TickTick
TickTick
3.3.00

5.0

TickTick free download for Mac

TickTick

3.3.00
03 December 2019

To-do list and task manager.

Overview

TickTick is your daily must-have to-do and task list to get all things done. TickTick can be accessed on more than 10 different platforms including Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch which enables you to manage tasks on all your devices/Web.

Features
  • Add task via shortcut (Command+Shift+A)
  • Instant reminder
  • Set priority levels to tasks
  • Set flexible recurring tasks
  • Create checklists within tasks
  • Sort tasks by order/date/name/priority
  • Sync all your tasks across all devices

What's new in TickTick

Version 3.3.00:
  • The filtering logic for Custom Smart Lists now supports the "Not" condition.
  • Other improvements and bug fixes.

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7 TickTick Reviews

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Robio
29 August 2019

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When I go looking for an app to fill a need, I download every app I can find, then pick the best one by process of elimination. TickTick was the clear winner for my quest to find a to-do manager. What put it over the top? Cross-platform compatibility and syncing; the one-click ease with which items can be moved to today, tomorrow, next week, next month; the MenuBar dropdown, and the fact that the Dock icon can be hidden; the at-a-glance clarity of what’s due today, what’s overdue, what’s high priority, what’s a checklist vs. just a one-off; the natural-language data entry; the copious keyboard shortcuts; the fact that there are both lists *and* tags *and* smart lists. The best thing TickTick has done for me though is giving me a place to put all those things that come up during the day that used to be a distraction and now become part of my list — I won’t forget about them if I don’t do them *right now.* I don’t (yet) use the paid features, mostly because I think the subscription is a little overpriced. But as my work improves, I may change my mind.
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Version 3.2.10
Robio
29 August 2019
When I go looking for an app to fill a need, I download every app I can find, then pick the best one by process of elimination. TickTick was the clear winner for my quest to find a to-do manager. What put it over the top? Cross-platform compatibility and syncing; the one-click ease with which items can be moved to today, tomorrow, next week, next month; the MenuBar dropdown, and the fact that the Dock icon can be hidden; the at-a-glance clarity of what’s due today, what’s overdue, what’s high priority, what’s a checklist vs. just a one-off; the natural-language data entry; the copious keyboard shortcuts; the fact that there are both lists *and* tags *and* smart lists. The best thing TickTick has done for me though is giving me a place to put all those things that come up during the day that used to be a distraction and now become part of my list — I won’t forget about them if I don’t do them *right now.* I don’t (yet) use the paid features, mostly because I think the subscription is a little overpriced. But as my work improves, I may change my mind.
Like (2)
Version 3.2.10
jumu-wp
27 September 2018
The best to do list app I have ever used. And they are keeping getting better. Nice job
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Version 2.7.50
szeoli-1
04 September 2018
I've been using TickTick for a couple of months and I like it. I am also a fan of Things, but I can't access Things conveniently when I am at work with my Windows PC. TickTick is available on all my devices. It has a clean interface but lots of powerful features. The price for the premium edition is reasonable. A few of the features I especially like: - Adding update notes to each task. - Creating tasks from forwarded email. - Adding sub-task lists to tasks. One feature I'd like to see is a Kan Ban view. But I can live without that.
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Version 2.7.00
Raddle
09 August 2018
I'm amazed TickTick isn't better-known. I've used pretty much every To Do available, and spent years going back and forth between OmniFocus and Things. Both have strengths and Things 3 is very good, but TickTick has ease-of-use, attractively simple interface (with plenty of flexibility under the hood), and a faultless sync to iOS. It also allows the one thing that was the eventual dealbreaker for me with Things: setting up a monthly recurring reminder on, say, the 15th of the month, that doesn't get pulled forward for the following iteration if you choose to do it on the 13th one time. Great app, reasonably priced. Shame it doesn't update internally (you have to download the updates), but otherwise, extremely solid.
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Version 2.6.00
Derekcurrie
04 August 2018
The current link is downloading only v2.5.00. Try this link instead for the latest: https://ticktick.com/static/getApp/download?type=mac
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Version 2.6.00
JamesHarrisPhoto
27 March 2018
$27.99/year if you want the premium version.
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Version 2.2.00
Kerry-Dawson
09 January 2018
This seems little known by the reviews and that's too bad as it is truly a great program; fully cross platform and easy to use. It has all the Bells and whistles to be a full scale GTD system or a straight task manager.
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Version 1.9.52