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There’s nothing necessarily wrong with Apple’s Clock app for alarms, but there’s nothing necessarily right with it, either. Enter Due. It’s not so much that Due does anything that Apple’s apps don’t already do, but rather how well it does it. Built around a slick, clean, effortless interface ripped from Apple’s own playbook, Due blends Calendar’s clunky alert system with Clock’s time-keeping proficiency to create an app that gracefully and quickly handles all of your appointments and reminders.
Setting a reminder is about as difficult as opening the app itself, and events can be planned minutes, days, or months in advance. An auto-snooze function keeps alerting you every minute until you turn it off, or mark the reminder as done or rescheduled. And a logbook keeps track of your previous reminders, which can be rescheduled with a tap or two.
The bottom line. We all have things to do, and Due makes them all worth doing.
The Logbook lists your completed tasks, and you can just tap to reschedule them.
Push notifications make your tasks difficult to ignore -- which is a good thing.
iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 4.0 or later
Slick, intuitive interface. Running log keeps track of past reminders.
Makes Apple's Clock app virtually useless.