The golden rule of all millionaires is to write down tasks, set priorities, complete them. Think first – do it later. Don't think when you do and don't do when you think. Otherwise, both are bad. Today, users of various task managers can be roughly divided into two camps: those who use large and functional applications and those who prefer simpler solutions. If you prefer simple yet convenient solutions for creating to-do lists, then Tomorrow is definitely for you. Tomorrow differs from most task managers not only in appearance, but also in its concept. The developer has abandoned most of the key components – the calendar, the ability to tie tasks to time, the ability to make additional notes, etc. All this is not in Tomorrow. Instead, the author invites users to identify the three main tasks that need to be done for tomorrow and add them to the application. Moreover, they need to be entered in order of importance – from more to less important. The tasks for tomorrow will be arranged in a compact list of three items. This is, in principle, all. As mentioned above, the application is very simple. But this is precisely its main feature. Tomorrow is suitable for those who do not need a complex and too functional task manager. In addition, the developer chose an unusual (by today's standards) distribution model. Tomorrow is available in the Apple App Store for free. This task manager has no ads or in-app purchases. However, users can thank the developer for his work. From $ 0.99 to $ 3.99 can be 'donated' straight from the app. The amount will be debited from the user's account. Finally, it's worth mentioning the shortcomings of the first version of Tomorrow. There are a number of small issues with the application right now. In particular, the standard font does not support the Cyrillic alphabet, so the Russian lettering stands out quite strongly against the background of the minimalist English writing. There are also some stability issues. The application closes spontaneously from time to time. To summarize, Tomorrow is one of the easiest task managers for iOS. However, despite the rather modest functionality, it will undoubtedly find its fans. This app for iPhone has a pleasant and user-friendly interface, allows you to quickly create tasks for tomorrow and is distributed free of charge. As for the shortcomings, they will most likely be eliminated in the near future.