Finish is a New Timeframe-Focused To-Do List App for iPhone

Posted January 17, 2013 at 4:47am by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 8999 views

Finish is a new timeframe-focused to-do app for the iPhone and iPod touch.

Overcome the clutches of procrastination with Finish, a busy iPhone user’s best friend. Unlike other to-do apps that are "clever" for their own sake, only Finish takes advantage of how you naturally think. Finish gets in your face when you need it, stays out of the way when you don't, and effortlessly keeps you focused the only thing that matters: getting sh*t done.

– Simple, intuitive to-do entry. Name, date, done.
– Unique, fully automated, timeframes-based task management. Your tasks automatically slide up as time passes through your customizable Short, Mid, and Long Term Timeframes.
– Notifications that actually help: with optional notifications for both when a task slides or becomes due, you can stay focused on each individual task, while also maintaining a broader sense of how long you have to do everything. It's a secret weapon against procrastination.
– Truly satisfying completion indicators.
– A gorgeous, gesture-based interface--Finish is smooth as can be and a joy to use, because you deserve it.
– Multiple view modes--don't want to be stressed and overwhelmed, no matter how much you have to do? Finish intelligently collapses your less urgent tasks, without you needing to worry about a thing. Feeling ahead of the game, and want to see everything at once? Just flick off Focus Mode in Settings. You'll be ready to conquer all of your stuff, no matter the circumstances.
– …and more! (full list & descriptions at

You can purchase Finish from the App Store for $0.99.

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Martin - January 18, 2013 at 7:34pm
It's good but VERY basic. Does not integrate with iPhone calendar. No priority system within the 3 time frames. If you have extensive notes, u can only view a screen worth, by holding down on the task, with no ability to scroll to see all notes. Also, the repeat of the task function seems weak. There is a repeat once, but doesn't seem to have the option of repeating weekly, monthly or yearly. If the publisher can add these features and more, could be a decent App.
Jeff - June 19, 2013 at 7:09am
Hi Martin, What about Must Do Today?
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