Productivity systems fail.
- Focus on one task at a time
- Always add a date or a month to a task
- Complete unpleasant tasks (frogs) first
- Keep your inbox empty
What's the difference?
All other productivity apps focus on storing, organizing and automating endless lists of tasks. Todorant focuses on the only thing that matters: it makes you complete the tasks.
Todorant uses a carefully crafted set of limits and praise to punish bad behaviour and support good habits. It affects the primitive part of the brain to make it crave completing todos like people crave sugar.
I've read and tried 20+ productivity books and methodologies. When all of them failed one by one I combined their components and simplified the result. This is how Todorant was created.
What's the deal?
Todorant is free for the first 30 days and then it is $5/month. It is more expensive than competitors because it works. If you don't get $5 worth of productivity in the first 30 days of the free trial, you are welcome not to continue to use Todorant.
No strings attached. You don't need to give us any information like a credit card at all before your trial ends. You don't even need an account if you install the mobile apps!
The only exception is if you signup on iOS, Apple has forced us to make you commit to a free trial before you can use the app. The way to avoid this limit is to create an account here, on the website, and then log in on the iOS app.
What do the users say?