Remember

Version: 1.1 || Release Date: 2010-06-03 || License: Freeware Developer: Lighthead Software | App Owner: tomasf

Remember is a to-do list application, focused on being straightforward and non- disruptive.

We don't believe in clunky applications where task management itself becomes a task. Remember is a simple list of tasks, always available at your fingertips.

In its most basic form, Remember is a simple list of tasks. If you need more than that, you can add folders to arrange things in a way that makes more sense.

There may be times when you’re working on a specific project and don’t need to see the other stuff. Use the Focus pop-up menu or click the arrow button next to a folder in the list. The task list changes to display just things inside this chosen folder.

In addition to using Remember in a standalone window, you can attach it to an item in the menu bar. In this mode, you can also click and hold the menu bar icon, and drag the cursor over the list. Items are highlighted and you can choose one to quickly toggle its completed state.

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5 Opinions

After the 1.0.2 is working great (it was a 32 bit related bug). Very nice interface. It might be a keeper. :)

Problem solved!
I sent the crash report to the developer and within a couple of hours version 1.0.2 has been released. And now it works perfectly.
Thanks for the fast fix!
By the way... The app is just great!

Dear developer:
If you read the posts here at I Use This, please notice that I have tried to send you the crash report twice, but my mails are returned with the info that your e-mail address is not valid.
Is there any other address to where I can send you the crash report?
I really want to try and use Remember. From what I've seen, the interface is just great.
Thanks!

Version 1.0.1 works as it should on my '06 24-inch iMac C2D 2.16GHz running Snow Leopard 10.6.3 (4-1-2010).

Version 1.0.1 has just been released. I tried it... Well... At least that was my intention, But it crashes on launch every time.
I use an Intel iMac (DualCore, 2 GHz), running Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6.3).