When comparing Do It (Tomorrow) vs Quire, the Slant community recommends Quire for most people. In the question“What is the best cross-platform to-do list app?” Quire is ranked 44th while Do It (Tomorrow) is ranked 50th.
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Pro Free and without ads
Do It (Tomorrow) is available as a free app on the web, on iOS and on Android – none of which have ads.
Pro Notebook simulation
Do It (Tomorrow) simulates the feeling of writing your to-do list on an actual by hand. You can switch the font style back to the system default font if desired.
Pro Shorter timeframes lead to better productivity
Unlike other to-do list apps that allow users to schedule tasks far into the future, Do It (Tomorrow) allows tasks to be scheduled for today and tomorrow only. This ensures users stay focused on things that need to get done in the short term.
Pro Clean and simple
Do It (Tomorrow) shows only the list of to-do items for today and tomorrow. No labels, tags, or other categories are needed.
Pro Cross platform, sync and offline usage
Pro Organizations, projects, task, hierarchical subtask and smart folders
Unlimited tasks/todo structures
Pro Integration with calendar and github
I haven't dabbled with that though
Pro Multiuser handling
Handle multiple users and assignments
Pro It is free
As of now, at least.
Con iPad version of Do It (Tomorrow) has a one-time fee
iPad users who want to use the app must pay a one-time fee of $4.99.
Con Limited scheduling options
Because Do It (Tomorrow) limits scheduling options to today and tomorrow, there’s not much use for functions like alerts or recurring events.