1. jmendel33's Avatar
    I can't say bad for iCloud except for it being close to or downright useless when your life uses more than Apple's platform. If you use the new ability to family share Apple ID, iCloud and Reminders app can be good.

    Microsoft now has some Dropbox integration.

    Sticking with the Reminders app not only gets you an Exchange client but lets you use the power of the Drafts app.

    I'm still rigid in my belief that a good to do app must let you use different operating systems and clients but iCloud ID sharing can have an advantage if you have kids not on an enterprise system or not paying license fees.
    If Apple allowed for clickable URLs in their reminders app I would use that, but it just blows my mind why they wouldn't add something so simple
    01-01-2015 02:38 PM
  2. St_Deborah's Avatar
    I use iReminders. It can be annoying but it sure as heck will help you get the job done. Lol
    01-01-2015 02:39 PM
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