Best Reminder Apps for iPhone and iPad in 2020

By Maaz Perwez
Best Reminder App for iPhone

Well, we all need reminder apps every now and then. Whether you are in college, school or office. In today’s world, it is hard to remember everything on time, that’s why we do need reminders. Most of the time we are without phones or tables or any other device which is portable. So having a reminder with that device which is most of the time with us is the best way to keep track of things we need to to get done. below we have a list of best reminder apps for iPhones and iPads in 2020.

1. Due

The Due app on the App Store is one of the best reminder apps currently available. This app is very much simple and doesn’t have complex task managers or any other fancy material. The Due app lets you add reminders for anything and give you it a due date and time.

Due Reminder App

Options like snooze for 10 minutes, an hour or remind me on the next day is also available with the Due app. This app will keep pinging you all the time until you take an action or complete the reminder. It can be annoying sometimes but helps in keeping the track and letting you finish the work on time.

The app has a clean and simple interface which looks great. Navigation through the app is very easy with the swipe-based gestures. The app even lets you choose different notifications sound and a few different them options to choose from.

2. Fantastical 2

The Fantastical 2 app brings the ease of using two apps in one place. It has great integration with the native reminders app while the app itself shows the calendar. The app lets you see the schedule of the entire week or a month, along with any reminders that have been added in the month or the week.

Fantastical 2

New reminders can also be created right from the app itself. So now you don’t need to jump between the reminder app and calendar app to see the reminders and schedule any future reminders you can do both of the things at one place. The design of the app is very beautiful and has natural language input.

3. Any.do

Any.do is yet another all in one app which is one-stop for both reminders and scheduling apps. Any.do is a good alternative and allows users to create a list of everything they need. It even organizes in a chronological timeline. This helps in locating and analyzing what’s coming next and the dues of everything.

Any.do

Another benefit of using the Any.do app is that it is across platform app and supports IOS devices like iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Web, and even Android. The Pro subscription of the App starts at 2.99$ a month and unlocks all the features.

4. Clear

The Clear app is just the legendary level of app simplicity. It just emulates the simple handwritten reminders and notes experience in the App. When we used to write notes on a piece of paper and strike it off when a reminder was done. this app just does the same on your iPhone. You can create an unlimited number of lists for everything and add items with gestures

Clear Reminder App

Every reminder and item can be assigned with a due date and time. The app will send you a notification when the due date and time will arrive, you can mark it off as done and move on with other stuff. The Clear app has a few colour themes as well. Not to mention the app can be synced with Apple reminders app as well.

5. Todoist

Todoist is the App which is designed in a way that you spend less time organising the tasks and reminders and spend more time doing those tasks. With the help of todoist reminders and tasks can be added with natural language input through quick add feature which comes in very handy to quickly add any reminder.

Todoist Reminder App

All you have to do is add a reminder along with its due date and time that’s it. The app learns the habits and helps you stick with completing the reminders and tasks in an intuitive game in which you have to maintain the streak of completing the tasks on time every time. The Todoist app is free to download and to unlock all the features you need to buy the Pro version of the App.


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