Link to Article. An overview of the application for doing things. Twos was created six years ago by a then developer at Google. He left and began to develop his application. This is a good alternative to Things. Not as responsive as it seemed to me, lacking simplicity, but an interesting approach that distinguishes it from similar applications. The author positions the application not as a note taker or task manager, it is an application for writing things down. Functions. Write down what you need to remember. There is no entity incoming. Tasks are tied to dates. By default, a list is created with the current date. Nothing prevents you from creating your own lists. When creating, they offer ready-made templates. To quickly access the desired list from the sidebar, add them to bookmarks. You can add indents to tasks. There is a simple formatting, text selection. To display events in the application calendar, add synchronization with apple calendars. How did I miss such a function as a split. I never got my wife to send me a shopping list through shared notes and reminders. She sends WhatsApp in one block, separated by a comma. But now in Twos I can paste this text and break it into separate tasks by choosing a comma as a separator. There is also an inverse function: combining a list of tasks into one block. Lists can be shared with friends, with different access levels: viewing or editing. As you use the app and explore its features, you earn coins. For local currency you open Pro functions. If not enough, buy with real money, $2 each. I've opened sublists and adding photos so far. The application has a web version and mobile versions for iOS and Android. Conclusion. The interface of the application is clear and convenient. You quickly understand what is being done. I like the approach to tasks/things. The only thing I would like to improve is the responsiveness and smoothness of the interface.