To-do lists are one of the most simple and effective ways to make sure that you keep on top of your daily tasks and chores.
Check Off attempts to make this as easy as possible by providing a simple to-do list accessible from your Mac menu bar. When you click the Check Off tick icon in the menu bar, your personal to-do list will drop down. You can add entries simply by clicking the plus button; add new folders by clicking the folder; change the color of text by clicking the color pallet; and finally, remove them using the delete icon.
The response time of Check Off is impressive - there's no waiting around while you click on the Check Off icon, and your list appears instantly. You've even got a handy iPod-syncing tool that will add the list to your notes section, although this only works on 3rd generation or newer models.
Once you've completed a task, just click on the empty box to add a tick next to it. Check Off is very useful, although it does feel rather limited compared to similar organizers I've used. For example, there's no way to even set the most basic of alarms to remind you of upcoming things that need to be done. However, it is this simplicity that will make it so appealing to many users.
Check Off is a a to-do list at its most basic but it does an excellent job in double-quick time.
- * Resolved issue where the crash reporter was a bit to eager to deallocate.
- * Resolved issue where Check Off would crash if VoiceOver was enabled.