The sticky note-inspired to-do app Stky has just received its most significant update yet.
Released in July 2012, Stky has just been updated to version 2.0 with a new design and several notable features.
The first update to arrive for the app since the release of iOS 7 in September last year, Stky 2.0 unsurprisingly introduces a new design that’s inspired by the look and feel of Apple’s current mobile operating system.
On top of its new design are a couple of features that make better use of Apple’s software platform.
First off, there’s Reminders integration, which works with iCloud to sync every item you have on Apple’s Reminders app on both iOS and Mac with Stky.
Consequently, you can now ask Siri to remind you about something and have your reminder automatically added to Stky. For example, if you tell Siri, “Remind me to take out the trash,” you’ll see “Take out the trash” in Stky.
The latest, biggest update to Stky also adds support for reordering tasks by simply dragging them and clearing out completed tasks by pinching.
What’s more, Stky no longer requires login or registration to use.
Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later, Stky 2.0 is available now on the App Store. Normally priced at $0.99, Stky is currently downloadable free of charge in celebration of its 2.0 update.
With Stky, you start each day with a new sticky note, which you can then fill with what you plan to do for the day from your task drawer. “If your day doesn’t go as planned, don’t worry,” Stky developer Dave Feldman notes, “you’ll start tomorrow with a fresh sticky note.”