4 Reasons to Love the New Due 2.0


 

Text and screenshots by Eric Pramono: Source

A couple of days ago, Lin Junjie released the new version of Due. I’d recommend you to read Federico Viticci‘s review at MacStories and Sean Korzdorfer‘s tips on how he use Due, if you haven’t already.
Compared to other apps on my home screen, I open Due more frequently on a daily basis. Other than the obvious visual changes, these are a few things I love about the new version.
Due 2.0 supports 12 configurable quick-access timings, including the new relative timings.Due 2.0 supports 12 configurable quick-access timings, including the new relative timings.
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