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This article was published on October 21, 2013

Tick for iPhone is an ambience-aware to-do list app that lets you choose your own colors

Tick for iPhone is an ambience-aware to-do list app that lets you choose your own colors
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The latest entrant to the busy to-do list App Store category is Tick, from the same guys who built TodoMovies.

While Tick doesn’t offer anything particularly groundbreaking from a features perspective, it has been designed with iOS 7 in mind. Its main selling point is that you can customize the interface with your colors of preference. The interface changes too, responding as you shift from bright to dark environments.

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So if you have a penchant for choosing your exact shade of green to represent a particular category of ‘to-dos’, well, this may swing it for you. Tick also supports AirDrop, meaning you can beam lists to friends’ iPhones too. It’s available to download for $0.99, though this will double in price soon.

Tick | App Store

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