The Hit List

Version: 1.1.6 || Release Date: 2014-10-16 || License: Shareware (49.95) Developer: Karelia Software | App Owner: andykim

Forget what you need to do. With confidence.

The Hit List is a simple, yet sophisticated application to manage the daily chaos of your modern life. Based on the simple concept of making lists, The Hit List lets you plan, forget, then act when the time is right.

Your life is complicated enough as it is. The tool to manage your life shouldn't be. The Hit List keeps things simple by not forcing you to learn a system. It can be as simple as just keeping a list of things to do as you would on a piece of paper. However, if you do have a task management system such as Getting Things Done by David Allen, The Hit List is flexible enough to support you.

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34 Opinions

Wow❢ I've been pretty happy with OmniFocus, but after trying this app, I'm seriously considering switching, and it isn't even out of beta yet.

I love the tabs, the card view, the smart folders, the familiar 'Mac-like' sidebar, the priority ratings, etc., etc. … The whole GUI is excellent.

Buying it via MacHeist now, but won't try it until it has an iPhone app.

Tried OmniFocus and it was too heavy for my workflow. I liked Things a lot, but still my GTD flow was not good. Then I tried The Hit List and fell in love; been using it constantly. The plus regarding Things is the UI and shortcuts integration... other than that they are very similar.
Now I'm impatiently waiting for the iPhone version to come out.

This app is awesome. Switched over from Taskpaper.

I prefer things.app

Aside from the cost and some specific UI decisions, there is one simple issue for me: why would I want a todo list that can only be accessed on one computer?

Just tried it out, and it is awesome. But I can't pay 50-70 bucks for this kind of software. Make it $29 and I am sure you guys would sell much more and make more money.

I love this, it's just too expensive.

Amazing!!!

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