Integrated to-do list tool

runs on Mac
screenshot of Anxiety

Keeping track of the stuff in our lives is one of the jobs that computers excel at. They don't lose little slips of paper with important reminders written on them, and their handwriting is always legible.

Anxiety is a Mac-based to-do manager that integrates with iCal and Mail. You can use Anxiety for keeping top-level lists of the things you need to do, but when you double-click on items in your list, you'll open the full task or event in the other app, where you can keep all the details. Once you've completed a task, deleting it in one app removes it from all, keeping your life in sync. Anxiety is designed to stay out of your way: its icon can appear in the Dock, or you can stick it in the Menu Bar. And depending on how you work, you can create a single list of "to-do's" or use separate lists for home, work, or individual projects.

Anxiety is a free download. It's a Mac application and runs under OS X 10.5 and later.

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