Busy users may need an efficient way to track their tasks. TodoPlus for Mac has all of the functions necessary for organizing to-dos, but the cluttered interface makes it difficult to use.
Download and installation of this free program completed quickly, as did initial set up. No technical support was available and the tutorial was of little help. After moving through the tutorial menus, TodoPlus for Mac began to slow the test computer down, lengthening the time spent switching between different menus. The program's main interface has a cluttered row of buttons along the top of the window. Users have a number of options, including creating new lists, importing text files, and displaying as HTML, along with additional functions for prioritizing lists. Once lists are created, users can organize them into file folders based on categories or in any other way the user sees fit. All of these functions perform adequately, but the program's overall slow functioning and inefficient menu diminish its utility.
TodoPlus for Mac functions adequately, but its poor design and heavy CPU usage make it less useful than other, Web-based list applications.