Review: Anxiety for Mac provides relief by helping you manage tasks

Organize your day by integrating Anxiety for Mac into your calendars and existing schedules.

Anxiety for Mac provides a quick and organized to-do list for its users. The interface is somewhat basic but the app does integrate into existing productivity software, seamlessly and without error.

A product like Anxiety for Mac doesn't need to be fancy. In fact, something as obvious as a to-do list is probably best suited for an interface that focuses on quick and easy and not design. This application is certainly that. It provides a to-do list (or several, arranged by user-specified category, if you prefer) of all of the tasks that need to get done, which can disappear if they are checked off with a click of the mouse. The installation occurred quickly. By checking the options in the apps' preferences, the user can choose to display the application's icon in the dock, menu bar, or both. The program was tested on OS X Mountain Lion and was able to export items to both the Calendar and Reminders apps, as well as import items that already exist in these apps. During testing we made several lists and calendar events that the program successfully displayed. While basic, the interface could be a bit more clear. However, the Help link provides all the necessary information regarding customization, adding tasks and calendars, keyboard shortcuts, and similar. Layouts are interchangeable to make the look of the application fit the needs of the user. For instance, the user can group tasks into one unified list or multiple sorted lists and set the maximum number of list rows.

On the whole this application does exactly what it is supposed to do. If you have difficulty organizing your day or remembering important tasks, or even if you are just tremendously busy with a multitude of tasks to accomplish every day, then Anxiety for Mac could work very well for you.

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