The recently released and native BlackBerry 10 note and task application, What To-Do, just received an update bringing it to version In addition to it earning the Built for BlackBerry certification, the other major changes include introducing a hybrid theme, stability improvements, better OS 10.1 support, and other enhancements and additional features to the To-Do and notepad parts of the application. 

Back in the original review, I went over how this simple, uncluttered interface allowed users to easily swipe back and forth between their pending, active, and completed tasks and notes. From a day-to-day standpoint, inputting is a breeze and there are no extra screens to jump through to enter them. 

You can read the full change log below and grab it for $.99 for all BlackBerry 10 handsets.

Version 2.3.0 Change Log

Whole App

  • About page has been updated
  • Character count when typing into the text areas
  • Implemented a hybrid theme (white theme on main pages and dark theme when viewing items)
  • Improved OS 10.1 support
  • Restructured application (swipe down) menu
  • Smaller download and install sizes
  • Stability improvements


  • Titles and descriptions are now supported, which means line breaks are now compatible allowing multiple lines for to-do lists!
  • Toasts now appear when you delete multiple items
  • To-do, pending and finished are now all in the correct order in the context menu


  • Added a share function in the edit pane of an item in the notepad
  • Added headers for each item in the Notepad so it's categorized
  • Grouped data by first character in the notepad
  • Now sorted in A-Z instead of the previous Z-A

One more thing I would like to point out is how responsive the developer is to issues that arise whether by email or in the forums.

More information/Purchase What To-Do

This post may contain affiliate links. See our disclosure policy for more details.