Remember The Milk

Remember The Milk

By Remember The Milk

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2008-11-06
  • Current Version: 4.3.17
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 43.86 MB
  • Developer: Remember The Milk
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
From 28,969 Ratings


Remember The Milk is the smart to-do app for busy people. You'll never forget the milk (or anything else) again. • Get to-dos out of your head, and let the app remember for you • Get reminded via email, text, IM, Twitter, and mobile notifications • Share your lists and give tasks to others to get things done faster • Stay magically in sync on all of your devices • Organize the way you want to with priorities, due dates, repeats, lists, tags, and more • Search your tasks and notes, and save your favorite searches as Smart Lists • See tasks nearby and plan the best way to get things done • Integrates with Gmail, Google Calendar, Twitter, Evernote, and more • Used by millions worldwide to be more organized and productive --- "Remember The Milk is a veritable Swiss Army knife of to-do list management." - Lifehacker --- Get more done with Remember The Milk Pro! Remember The Milk is free to download and use. Purchase a Pro subscription in the app to unlock: • Subtasks - break your tasks down into smaller, more manageable pieces • Unlimited sharing - share your lists with others to get things done faster • Color your tags - make your lists both organized and colorful with tag colors • Advanced sorting - sort and group your tasks however you like • Get reminded - never forget a task with reminders on your mobile device • Badges and widgets - see your tasks at a glance and always know how many are due • Apple Watch app - add and review tasks with ease on your Apple Watch • Sync with Microsoft Outlook - keep your tasks seamlessly in sync with Microsoft Outlook • Attach files to your tasks - connect to Dropbox or Google Drive to attach related files to any task • Unlimited storage - keep track of all your hard work with unlimited completed tasks • And more! --- Remember The Milk Pro subscriptions are $39.99 (USD) annually. Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will not be able to cancel the current subscription during the active subscription period. Manage your subscriptions in the iTunes Store after purchase. Remember The Milk Privacy Policy and Terms of Use:



  • Wouldn’t let me sign up!

    By Jcsacto
    Just keeps saying my email is invalid!?
  • Best to-do app in the world!

    By Podcast Candy
    Don’t let the name fool you ... this thing is a powerful tool for business!
  • Ignores modern gesture support

    By Eben.Visher
    RTM does a good job of honoring recent Google interface standards. For example it has a big circle with a plus sign to let me add a task. Unfortunately it completely ignores the use of gestures. Yes, it has two primitive strokes - stroke left and stroke right. Those “complete” a task or let “postpone” it. However, how delete with a stroke? It’s as though they never looked at a modern app such as, Clear. No delete stroke. Well, what about creating a new task? Nope. You have to tap through a series of awkward choices. No stroking. Switching lists? Of course there’s a stroke, right? Nope. Switching views? In your dreams. The bottom line it is much slower and more awkward to use than it should be. Additionally, and this may be my fault, the View mechanism seems awkward. I spent a while trying to figure it out. Help pages are *pathetic*! I gave up after a fair amount of effort. I suggest you go find a To Do app that keeps up with the exciting and excellent use of stroke gestures, deep press, and all the other simplifying ideas that Apple has added to iOS. P.s. I just remembered - I could not even drag items to reorder the list. Even if there is a “sort manually” options (which I could not find), there aren’t drag bars. I invite the developers, again, to go check other cutting edge apps and keep up.
  • Fabulous, easy to use!

    By Mtgal77
    This was recommended by a CPA friend. He uses this app to help manage his practice. We have not been disappointed! Now we use it all the time.
  • This one works

    By Duh ?
    I have tried them all. Wunderlist, My To-Do and numerous others. They all failed one way or another. Mostly synchronizing problems. Remember The Milk has a perfect record. Have used it quite a while and it never failed me. I use it several times a day. Works great from computer to phone and phone to computer. I had a question on its use and customer support was right there with an easy to understand answer to my question. When you try this application your search for a reliable To-Do List will be over.
  • Pro features to expensive

    By AndyFromTx
    Good app, but not good enough to justify Cost IMO.
  • Problematic user interface

    By w0x0fsteve
    I love the concept, especially the ease of sharing lists with family members. But I've now accidentally deleted two important reminders (which I can't remember), and there seems to be no undo in the iOS app. The problem is that swipe up (or what I thought was swipe up) is too easily interpreted by the app as swipe left (or right?), which means swiping through a list can lead to unintended deletions.
  • Excellent mobile productivity

    By andrew.conkling
    I've used Remember The Milk since 2007, and their iOS app has been my favorite way to manage my tasks and stay on top of everything. Smart Lists are my favorite because I can see just what I want to do, but I also love the subtasks, attachments, drag and drop ordering, multi-edit, and quick navigation through the app. The Evernote integration is handy also.
  • Great app - one of the best

    By Caddisbug1994
    Just missing dedicated Mac app. Web is not practical. Apps are wonderful, however.
  • Highly Flexible Project/Task Manager

    By PaulyForFun
    The free version is awesome. Incredibly flexible - not tied to any system but with the ability to adapt to about anything. The real magic happens, though, when you become a paid supporter. Subtasks, delegation, color-coding.