I made the decision a few weeks ago to install the beta of macOS Catalina. It’s still pretty buggy, but since I enjoy testing out new features (and writing about them), I am willing to deal with the crashes and incompatibility throughout the summer.
One of the biggest surprises for me has been the changes in the Reminders app.
Over the years, I used several to-do/GTD/project management/task apps. From Kindless GTD, Omnifocus, Things, and Todoist, I’ve used a lot of them. I’ve always looked at the Reminders app with interest, though. It’s hard to beat the advantages of a built in-app. With macOS Catalina and iOS 13, the Reminders app is finally ready to take its place alongside the rest of the task apps on the Apple ecosystem.
MacDailyNews Take: Apple’s whole Reminders system has already been a Godsend for years now – nothing beats telling Siri to remind you of something when you get to a certain location or at a specific time. it’s greta to see Apple going even further on Reminders in macOS Catalina and iOS 13!