Due - Reminders & Timers

Due - Reminders & Timers

By Due Apps LLP

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2010-09-15
  • Current Version: 2.6.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 48.44 MB
  • Developer: Due Apps LLP
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 2,806 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Due - Reminders & Timers App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 2,806 App Reviews

Due - Reminders & Timers App Details

Due remembers all the things that you need so you don't have to. Because it repeatedly reminds you of items that are due until you act on them, it‘s impossible to forget anything with Due. Fast, simple and effective. There's no account to create, no start or end date to set, no need to prioritize, tag nor categorize. What there is however are what that matters: what you'd like to be reminded about, and an alert that is set up in seconds. FEATURES ◆ Updated for iOS 11 ◆ Optimized for iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus ◆ Apple Watch support with Complications ◆ Never miss any reminders with auto-snooze. Repeatedly* notifies you of missed reminders until marked done or rescheduled (every 1, 5, 10, 15, 30 and 60 minutes) ◆ Set due dates and reschedule existing ones *fast* by tapping on any of the 12 preset and customizable times. No need to scroll through the time picker wheel. Or, use… ◆ Natural date and time parsing. Set due dates by typing or dictating them directly ◆ Reusable countdown timers. Precise to the second, perfect for making the perfect soft-boiled eggs, brewing your coffee and more. Set them up once and reuse them forever ◆ Keep track of outstanding tasks with Smart Badges ◆ Powerful recurring reminders. From the simple daily and weekly reminders to the complex every-3rd-Wednesday-of-the-month kind of reminders ◆ Time zone shifting. Receive timely reminders no matter where you are in the world ◆ iOS Reminders integration: auto import reminders created with Siri ◆ 59 great sounding alerts of varying lengths to choose from ◆ Universal app, looks and works great on both iPhone and iPad ◆ Keep reminders in sync** across your iPhone, iPad and Mac with iCloud or Dropbox. ◆ Undo and redo. Never worry about making mistakes again ◆ No internet connection required ◆ Full VoiceOver support ◆ Full Dynamic Type support (for smaller and large text sizes) ◆ Localized for 17 languages * In iOS 10, auto snooze repeats 5 times, and can be configured to repeat up to 10 times. Whenever you launch Due or act on any of its notifications, Due can then auto snooze any overdue items indefinitely. ** For iCloud syncing, Due must be launched for sync to take place. Due can sync in the background with Dropbox. Sync on Mac requires Due for Mac (sold separately) WHAT'S THAT IN-APP PURCHASE ABOUT? If you purchase Due from version 2.0 onwards, there is *no* additional in-app purchase required. You get to use *everything* in the app. That in-app purchase is meant for customers who have purchased Due before 2.0, and would like to unlock the extra goodies in 2.0 at a discounted rate. COMPATIBILITY Due requires an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad running iOS 10 or later.


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Due - Reminders & Timers App Reviews

  • Night Mode?

    By Thatwonderfulperson
    Could the developer make a night mode to take full advantage of the iPhone X’s screen?
  • Genius app

    By @LK64076007A
    Amazingly good app. Great concept for nagging to do items. Really wish they'd add Siri integration. Starting to feel dated without it.
  • Best reminder app ever until now—Needs an update

    By Minnepicker
    The whole beauty of Due was its ability to remind you over and over and over again until you actually checked completed. With iOS 10 and above the app hasn’t been updated to have this feature. I really miss that. I hope for an update soon so I can go back to depending on Due. I told so many people about it when it worked so well, now it’s just really frustrating. :-(
  • Great app, but....

    By MadaJoe
    Notifications badge issue needs to be fixed. I have no overdue items, yet still have a red “1” notification badge on my app that will not clear. Sooooo annoying! This glitch makes me think I missed a reminder. This has been an issue for several months. Please fix!!
  • Due is even better with Apple Watch

    By ajda
    I have been using the Due app on my iPhone for some time now and it’s been very reliable. Just recently I noticed that Due offers a “complication” which is a shortcut feature that you can tap right on the Apple watch face and from there you can see your reminders listed and easily add new ones using voice or scribble. It’s perfect for when you are in a hurry to not have to pull out your phone but instead you can quickly add a reminder on your watch which syncs over to your phone.
  • Funky interface.

    By Spudboy2006
    I’ve been using it for awhile. It’s okay. I’ll keep looking on the App Store for something better.
  • Almost great...

    By S Eaton
    I’ve used this app for quite a while and it has become indispensable. Well worth the $ for the paid version. However, recently it has been plagued with the same issues others are reporting: stuck notifications; marking tasks “done” in the app doesn’t remove them from Notification Center; snoozing or marking a notification “done” in Notification Center clears ALL notifications. No response yet from the dev...

    By tito4life
    I want to start off by saying that i never write reviews for even good apps but I just felt impelled to write one for this Great App. All I can say to the developer is well done, Bravo. You have made life much easier. Thank you very much. i'm looking for a donate option cause you deserve it.
  • Used to be most useful app ever

    By zeroin123
    Big fan of the app for years. But recently it hasn’t been firing my notifications consistently. both in iOS 10 and iOS 11 on iPhone 6. ---- Just pay for it. Shouldn't be free forever. You all are a bunch of whiny cheapskates.
  • Feature Request

    By Annoyed8675
    This is my go to ToDo app and has been for years. Only thing I wish it did was bulk schedule/reschedule. Would be awesome say for instance I was going on vacation for a week and wanted to set all reminders to resume when I got back or a certain date - instead of going thru the 50+ items one by one, have a way to select all or multiple reminders and perform a specific action on them. Like I said otherwise this is a perfect app! Thanks!