Doo is a new, minimalist task tracking app for Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
It promises to help you “transform your to-dos into a delightful stack of cards that keeps you on task and in the moment.”
You begin by creating a reminder:
Then you’ve got yourself a nice-looking card, with an image that auto-populates:
The image population quite often matched my task:
But not always:
Once you’ve got your tasks entered, the nice thing about Doo is it only shows you one card at a time. You can pull up the card at first (and again as needed) to keep focused on what task you’re working on in the moment. Then when you’re done, a swipe up completes the task and a swipe down snoozes it. You can also flip between the cards to show a different top task.
I haven’t found myself using the app much for its project and list capabilities, but those are there, too.
You can add a timed reminder or even make a task repeating, too.
If you need to see multiple tasks at once, you can easily see all your Upcoming and Completed cards in Schedule View:
You can even complete them from here:
Or re-order them:
There is unfortunately no Split View or Slide Over on iPad, something I’d hope for in any task management app. Maybe future updates will add this?
There is a nice Today widget that lets you see your top three reminders:
Here’s how it looks in landscape on iPad:
And–boo yah! Share sheet, so you can add a task from the Web:
The Mac app is lovely, too, and syncs to iOS via iCloud:
You can access your Doo tasks from the menu bar, which is cool.
*Thanks to the awesome folk at Doo for the promo license for review, offered with no expectation as to this review’s content.*