Do It (Tomorrow) is the simplest to-do list app we've seen

Do It (Tomorrow) is a visually stunning, yet minimal to-do list app that makes it easy to plan out arguably the two most important days on the calendar: today and tomorrow.

Do It (Tomorrow) is a visually stunning, yet minimal to-do list app that makes it easy to plan out arguably the two most important days on the calendar: today and tomorrow. By giving you only enough room to plot your next 48 hours, the app helps you focus on your most pressing tasks at hand.

Essentially a vertically oriented two-page notebook, Do It (Tomorrow) has one page for Today and another for Tomorrow. A simple swipe left or right moves you between the two pages, and with a single tap you can add tasks. You can move tasks up or down the list by hitting the edit button, or push tasks between days using the arrow icons. The whole interface makes it easy to prioritize tasks, put them off until tomorrow, or even move them up to today.

Visually, Do It (Tomorrow) is reminiscent of a classic Moleskine-style notebook, with its stapled center binding, realistic handwritten font, and small coffee stain on the bottom corner of the page. These charming details contribute to the app's pleasant user experience, and are much of the reason we prefer it to many of its competitors in the Market.

While Do It (Tomorrow) may not be the most feature-rich download in its category, we don't necessarily think that's a bad thing. In this case less is certainly more. However, at the same time, we would love to see some alternate, though just as stunning, themes in upcoming versions. Either way, Do It (Tomorrow) is still a fantastic download.

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