Exercising. Cleaning the house. Mowing the lawn. Many of the tasks in people's lives recur. That is, they need to be done over and over again. The recurrer app brings all your recurring tasks into one sorted to-do list.
Most importantly, it doesn't lock you into a rigid timetable of your recurring tasks, like other task management apps so foolishly do. Instead of, for example, being inflexibly told to do your laundry every five days like some kind of clothes-washing robot, the recurrer app lets you choose a range for how often you need to do your laundry. Maybe you're fine as long as you get it done every three to six days. (Or every fifteen to forty days. We're not here to judge you.) The app then fits your laundry task into your daily list of tasks, balancing the recurring schedule of your laundry with the schedule of all your other recurring tasks. Clever, huh?
The recurrer app isn't just for small tasks either. Bigger projects can be broken down into smaller, recurring steps. Instead of one giant 'write a novel' task that you might vaguely aim to complete in a year or two, you instead 'write a thousand words' every one to three days, until you reap that best-seller windfall.
The more tasks you have in the recurrer app, the better it becomes at realistically managing your daily workload. So that's good news.