The Hit List
The Hit List
1.1.32

3.8

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The Hit List

1.1.32
27 September 2018

Advanced reminder application.

Overview

The Hit List manages the daily chaos of your modern life. It's easy to learn - it's as easy as making lists. And it's powerful enough to let you plan, then forget, then act when the time is right.

Your life is complicated enough as it is. The tool to manage your life shouldn't be. The Hit List keeps things simple by not forcing you to learn a system. It can be as simple as just keeping a list of things to do as you would on a piece of paper. However, if you do have a task management system such as Getting Things Done by David Allen, The Hit List is flexible enough to support you.

Forget what you need to do--with confidence.

What's new in The Hit List

Version 1.1.32:
  • macOS X 10.14 Mojave compatibility fixes
  • Improved handling of sync push notifications

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Xenophile
26 March 2011

Most helpful

Suffers from GTD developer conundrum: the developer needs a completed GTD app to give him that extra little push to finish developing his GTD app, but as long as his GTD languishes in beta, he cannot get the things done needed to get his GTD app done. No GTD app, no things get done. The solution is elusive but exceedingly simple once executed: the developer must first develop a GSD (Get Sh!t Done) app which will then enable him to complete his GTD app. Of course many people find Getting Sh!t Done more than adequate, and once a GSD app is completed, most developers see little point in continuing development of the GTD app. Instead they find that once a critical mass of sh!t is done, they urgently need to get their sh!t together, hence the forthcoming market for GST apps. As for THL, until the developer finishes his GSD app, it's not going to be much of a GTD app.
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Version 0.9.3.26beta
Kerry-Dawson
09 January 2018
The Hit List is a great program that's functional and easy to use but since it is not crosss platform (Android) it lives in the last decade. I'm not sure like Omni they're myopic but lack resources.
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Version 1.1.31
xbteng
17 October 2016
非常棒的App
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Version 1.1.26
Anon-Bud
19 December 2015
Meh.. Pretty app. But not reliable. Doesn't really work well trying to have repeated tasks that have subtasks. Sync got messed up between my Mac and mobile devices and had to delete and then reinstall on the mobile devices to get the sync to work. Documentation is lacking and support is only half there [they helped a bit on the sync issue, but not at all on the repeating task issue]
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Version 1.1.17
FreeWizard
18 June 2015
Wonderful task management app with Finder-like smart folder and a beautiful timer. Sync is light speed; AppleScript support is great.
Oh, plus the iPhone/Watch version is almost perfect.
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Version 1.1.10
Dingdongdaddy
10 March 2015
Like that it will organize in an outline, but then allow sorting by other criteria that breaks tasks into a list. I like to sort by date modified to work through tasks Mark Forster style, http://markforster.squarespace.com/. Omnifocus can do this, too, but it always confused me. Hitlist makes it simple and clear.
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Version 1.1.12
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Gazman
Gazman
24 May 2015
I own THL and have only recently come across FVP by Mark Forster. Are you able to elaborate how you integrate THL with FVP?
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Matt-M
01 February 2015
This app works well for me, doesn't crash, syncs reliably, has been around for a long time, continues to be developed, and is completely keyboard navigable.
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Version 1.1.10
Matt-M
01 February 2015
This app works well, doesn't crash, syncs reliably, has been around for a long time and continues to be developed, and it's completely keyboard navigable.
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Version 1.1.10
Ajmac25
11 January 2015
A great app that is now back. I have used THL, OmniFocus, Things and Firetask. All have pluses and minuses and I think it depends on the user and what you need. THL is an easy program, and now it is finally being updated. I too appreciate honoring previous purchases, the iPhone update and the included sync. Now, PLEASE get an iPad version. I am still using Omifocus for my primary "To-Do" app but I think THL could replace it, IF an iPad version ever comes out.As for price, all of these apps are pricey, but if you truly need a to-do app, the time they save and keeping me on-track with multiple daily tasks is priceless.
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Version 1.1.10
Steve K
11 January 2015
I just wanted to say THANK YOU to the developers for honoring our Hit List serial numbers from the Mac Heist Bundle all the way back in 2009. I always loved the app but I just didn't like the subscription-based model that was introduced after I purchased it. So I kicked it to the curb and tried every other app in the same category but none of them were as much of a joy to use as The Hit List. So now, I'm back. I'm not going to review the newest version just yet because I haven't used it enough to make an honest go of it. But I will.
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Version 1.1.10
Celtkin
11 January 2015
A $49.95 reminder program seems way too expensive.
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Version 1.1.10
4 answer(s)
hwgray
hwgray
03 March 2015
Your random *opinion* is *not* a *review*, Celtkin!
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Celtkin
Celtkin
03 March 2015
No one gives a crap what you think IamontDakota. Your opinion about what constitutes a "review" is wrong.
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siamlotus
siamlotus
30 September 2015
Moronic review and reply Celtkin.
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Oneblessedguy
Oneblessedguy
13 April 2016
I agree with hwgray. Giving a one star review because you don't agree with the price is not helpful to anyone.

A better option would be to try the program out and let us know how it does or does not fit into your workflow.

That would truly be a review.
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$49.99

3.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9.5 or later
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