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Ita: list making app for busy people

Ita considers itself the best list making app, and it syncs beautifully through iCloud.

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Managing your task lists: you can do this

You may feel as though your life is one big list. You have things to get done each day, goals to reach, employees to review for management positions, and business books to add to your ever-growing reading list. These lists can easily pile up on your desk or clutter your phone or computer. And the truth is, you have many apps or programs that create lists to choose from.

Well, it’s time to add one more to that list of possibilities: Ita. The Ita app may have some common features with those other apps or programs out there, but it also comes with some unique features that make creating and maintaining lists a little more entertaining.

Ita lets you create and store multiple lists on your phone or tablet. You can add to already-created lists, start new lists, or transfer tasks or items on the lists to any other list with just a drag and a tap on the screen. Once you complete a task or finish with a project, just one tap will mark it as done. Compare that to some other apps that require you to tap several times before the action is marked as complete.

Don’t call it a to-do list manager

One firm stance that Ita stands by is that this app is not a to-do list manager, like so many others that have come before. Because of that, Ita does not have check marks to record when you’ve recorded a task. Instead, they’d rather be classified as “the best list-making app.” However you decide to classify them, they stand by what their app offers.

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Another interesting feature is that the Ita fully syncs through iCloud, making it accessible no matter which device you use to get to your lists. The last, and perhaps most unique, feature of Ita is that it was designed to have that notebook paper feel. As you continue to use the lists you’ve created, the paper image will start to wear. The visual part of the paper will even sync with the rest of your information and lists.

Whether you feel that Ita is a unique app that lets you reminisce about the old days of lists on actual pieces of paper or you’d rather keep your app options open, Ita could streamline how you keep track of your lists while making your tasks a little more interesting. No matter what you decide, Ita’s iCloud syncing and the look of real paper are two features that will provide convenience and a little fun into your workday.

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The American Genius Staff Writer: Charlene Jimenez earned her Master's Degree in Arts and Culture with a Creative Writing concentration from the University of Denver after earning her Bachelor's Degree in English from Brigham Young University in Idaho. Jimenez's column is dedicated to business and technology tips, trends and best practices for entrepreneurs and small business professionals.

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