Checkmarker
Checkmarker
1.0

5.0

Checkmarker free download for Mac

Checkmarker

1.0
14 February 2008

Todo task management widget.

Overview

Note: Checkmarker is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for sale.

Checkmarker is a Dashboard widget that helps you stay organized by putting a handy notepad right on your dashboard. It's designed especially for quickly making and sorting lists. You can organize your lists into multiple pages, which can be shuffled around. Checkmarker Plus, available for $5 also features new themes and export options.
  • Supports multiple instances, cover your screen with Checkmarkers
  • Export your notes to the clipboard and desktop
  • Shuffle, delete and add new pages on the Index page.

Join over 500,000 subscribers.

Subscribe for our newsletter with best Mac offers from MacUpdate.

4 Checkmarker Reviews

Rate this app:

Stormchild
14 February 2008

Most helpful

Haha. I love how "Create new website" is a single task. This is exactly why simple to-do lists don't work. They quickly turn into a landfill for abandoned projects whose steps were never clarified. Nice design though. I like the way you can grab and drag to reorder items. Would be nice to be able to select multiple items at once to move/delete them as a group, and it seems to me that it would be a lot more useful if it integrated with the to-do items created in Mail/iCal, but it's kind of a moot point as I really don't get any benefit out of lists like this anyway. Nonetheless, if anyone is just looking for a very simple to-do list and doesn't plan to use it very heavily, this might fit the bill. I don't have any use for it myself, but I always appreciate a well-designed widget. If nothing else, it got me to take a look at Magnetism's other widgets too (and the other ones look pretty nice too).
Like
Version 1.0
Bluestar
29 January 2011
I use this widget every day practically and find it simple and functional. Highly recommend it. Design wise, UI-wise it could be a tad better, but it works. :-)
Like
Version 1.0
Ridge
11 November 2008
CORRECTION: You can re-order both the lists and the items on the lists. I apologise for this mistake in my previous comment. (Is there no way for me to edit my original post?)
Like
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Bluestar
Bluestar
29 January 2011
no
Like
Ridge
11 November 2008
Plus: -Small. -Easy to use. -Can mark items as important. Minus: -If you don`t pay $5 for Checkmarker Plus, you can only create four lists. -They don`t tell you this on the download page. It doesn`t help that the screenshot on the same page shows a Checkmarker with 5 lists. Furthermore, the download page only says the paid-for version "features new themes and export options", whereas the information button on the widget itself tells you to "buy it now to add unlimited number of pages..." I hope this was just an innocent omission... -Would be nice if you could re-order the lists, or individual items on particular lists. I can see that this program would be really useful if you wanted to keep track of a small number of to-dos in a small number of lists. I don`t recommend it if, like me, you want to add reasonably long shopping lists or something like that.
Like
Version 1.0
Stormchild
14 February 2008
Haha. I love how "Create new website" is a single task. This is exactly why simple to-do lists don't work. They quickly turn into a landfill for abandoned projects whose steps were never clarified. Nice design though. I like the way you can grab and drag to reorder items. Would be nice to be able to select multiple items at once to move/delete them as a group, and it seems to me that it would be a lot more useful if it integrated with the to-do items created in Mail/iCal, but it's kind of a moot point as I really don't get any benefit out of lists like this anyway. Nonetheless, if anyone is just looking for a very simple to-do list and doesn't plan to use it very heavily, this might fit the bill. I don't have any use for it myself, but I always appreciate a well-designed widget. If nothing else, it got me to take a look at Magnetism's other widgets too (and the other ones look pretty nice too).
Like
Version 1.0