Leif Johnson on the new version of Reminders in iOS 13:
The changes are breathtaking. You can make groups with multiple lists, you can set morning notifications that give you a rundown of what you have to do for the day, and you can add checklists to reminders. It doesn’t even take that long to make a reminder anymore because Apple lets you enter them with natural language commands instead of fiddling with multiple fields.
Better yet, since you can use the same data between the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch, there’s no need to buy separate versions for each app as you might with a third-party alternative.
Not bad for free, but I’ve had one problem for as long as Reminders has been around. iCloud sync. It’s either slower than slow or never. Safari on Mac might be Apple’s best native app, but Firefox is even better.