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Do It (Tomorrow), Android App for Procrastinators

Do It (Tomorrow), Android App for Procrastinators

As the old saying goes, why do today what can be done tomorrow? The Do It (Tomorrow) App for Android  helps you accomplish just that.

  • Version: 1.0.1
  • Size: 1.29MB (apps2SD enabled)
  • Category: Productivity
  • Price: Free

Do It (Tomorrow) is the perfect app for the procrastinator. The idea behind this Android app is that planning out your entire week (or longer) can be overwhelming and even discouraging. Instead, write down the items you must get done today with the freedom to push things off until tomorrow.

The difference between the Do It (Tomorrow) app and other task/todo apps (e.g Astrid Android app), is that it limits your calendar to just today and tomorrow. It lets you forget about setting reminders, color-coding tasks, or any of the other management options many of us don’t have time to even use. The clean interface facilitates extremely fast task entry without any of the inhibitory bloat. Just tap the “+ add a new task” and type away. Tap the arrow icon to “officially procrastinate” by moving the task to tomorrow. Once you complete your task, tap it to cross it off.

If you’re interested in being able to access todo’s on multiple devices, setup syncing by entering your email and a password in the settings of the app on each device. This will enable free cloud synchronization and backup. While this is a good start, syncing to Google Tasks is a must considering Android’s integration with Google’s services.



  • Task list minified to just today and tomorrow
  • Sync between multiple devices
  • Simple interface streamlines todo list creation

Areas for improvement:

  • Google Tasks integration and syncing
  • Widget to see todo list on your Android homescreen

Conclusion: An Android task manager focused on simplicity, ease of use, and the power to procrastinate with just a tap.

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  1. Useful review, this kind of app fits my personality perfectly, I can’t think any further ahead in a week.

    • @Austin Agreed! Always too much to do in the next few days to worry about planning weeks/months ahead.

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