Due
Due
1.5.1

4.3

Due free download for Mac

Due

1.5.1
05 September 2017

Set reminders in your own words.

Overview

Due lets you type "Make dinner reservation at 9am tomorrow" and your reminder is set for 9 AM tomorrow. "Cancel subscription in 1 month" and you get a buzz a month later. Just tell Due in your own words what you'd like to do, and when you'd like to be reminded.

There are no awkward date pickers to fight with, nor rigid date and time format to follow. Your reminder is set as soon as you're done typing. Due makes sure things actually get done by keeping you on your toes, sending you periodic reminders until you actually mark the reminders complete.

Features
  • Fast. Really fast. Reminders are set as soon as you finish typing what to do, and when to do it.
  • Natural date and time parsing. No awkward date pickers nor rigid date and time format to follow. Set due date and time by typing what is natural to you. "4pm" works just as fine as "4:00 PM" or "16:00", and "Aug 22" works as well as "22 August" or "8/22". Relative dates like "in 20 mins" or "in 6 months" work too.

What's new in Due

Version 1.5.1:
  • Fixes bug where dates are incorrectly displayed and parsed if system date changes since Due was launched

Requirements for Due

  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later

9 Due Reviews

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arakabar
29 January 2013

Most helpful

iCloud sync is totally broken (at least for me). Without a stable sync with iPhone it's not near as useful as standard Reminders. Unfortunately, there's no trial for OSX and no lite free version for IOS to try before spending 2 x $5 on software that just doesn't work properly.
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Version 1.2
Funjoy
04 August 2017
I own a few Mac alarm apps and timer apps, but Due has replaced them. That said, I mostly use apps (especially Due) on my iPhone for these tasks. If you have an iPhone get Due. If you have an iPhone with Due, this Mac app is nice for the sync but ultimately it is superfluous. I use the iOS app for daily, weekly, week-long, and monthly reminders. The alert sounds are great, especially if you need something that you won't accidentally ignore. It's become essential on my phone. But the Mac app - not so much.
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Version 1.5
Rondfranks
29 March 2014
I use it every day and I think I would be lost without it. The new dark theme is a great improvement IMO, but they've added a light theme for those who prefer that.
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Version 1.2.6
1 answer(s)
Rondfranks
Rondfranks
29 March 2014
Just realized that the dark theme is on the IOS version. My bad. Hopefully they will update the Mac version UI also.
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Runty
15 October 2013
dear dev, i wish to be able to pause the timers.
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Version 1.2.3
arakabar
29 January 2013
iCloud sync is totally broken (at least for me). Without a stable sync with iPhone it's not near as useful as standard Reminders. Unfortunately, there's no trial for OSX and no lite free version for IOS to try before spending 2 x $5 on software that just doesn't work properly.
Like (2)
Version 1.2
Popop
17 July 2012
easy use, nice graphics, great functions ... this app is worth every penny! iCloud-sync between my mac and my phone/ipad and direct sync with Agenda in my iPhone/iPad. (5 stars under "features" when sync between ical and due in Mac (like Agenda in iOS))
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Version 1.1
Mhoutman
17 July 2012
Great app and a developer which listens to his users. Latest release now with Menu Bar Icon. Highly recommended on both Mac OS and iOS
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Version 1.1
Panthera
16 May 2012
Very nice. I started with iCloud sync, but I am wondering if there are any advantages in using this versus Dropbox sync (or vice versa). Is one faster, more responsive, more reliable, etc? I agree with the other commentaries that this is a very promising contender in the very competitive task alarm market; I am also looking towards its future development.
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Version 1.0
Mhoutman
16 May 2012
I love Due on both my iPhone and iPad and now have the chance to use it on the Mac as well. Syncing (Dropbox in my case) is without any problem. Alternatively you can use iCloud. Great App to increase your workflow. Love to see a menu bar icon for Due but developer is very keen on regularly updating so can't wait what will be improved in a next release !
Like (1)
Version 1.0
hmurchison
16 May 2012
I use Due on my iPhone all the time. It's focus isn't replacing your task app or even match up with current To Do apps. What it excels at is setting timers and quickly letting you see where you are in the process. I have a varied work schedule and Due really helps keep me focused on upcoming tasks. I plan to use it in conjunction with more full fledged task app like Omnifocus or The Hit List. The Mac version adds natural language input. A very welcome feature. Dropbox or iCloud sync has been solid as well.
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Version 1.0
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4.3

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