macOS Mojave with Dark Mode is out today, and Cultured Code has a new version of Things ready to go. Things by Cultured Code is a super polished personal task manager for Apple devices. Things 3.7 works with the new system wide Dark Mode feature in macOS version 10.14.

Dark Mode all the Things

Dark Mode extends throughout the desktop task manager including the main window, quick entry window, and sidebar. By default on macOS Mojave, Things 3.7 will automatically switch to the darker user interface when your Mac is set to Dark Mode from System Preferences under General and Appearance.

macOS Mojave Dark Mode

Optionally, you can set Things 3.7 to keep the darker user interface even when using Light Mode by choosing View in the Menu Bar and Appearance and Always Dark. This option lets you use Things with its stealthier interface even if you prefer to use other apps in their default lighter interface.

Things Light Dark

macOS El Capitan and later

Cultured Code isn’t limiting its new darker interface option to the brand new version of macOS. You can actually run Things 3.7 in its own dark mode on macOS El Capitan (version 10.11) or later including macOS Sierra and macOS High Sierra. Just choose View in the Menu Bar and select Appearance to find the toggle on versions of macOS without system wide Dark mode.


While Things 3.7 for Mac is focused on macOS Mojave support and Dark Mode on macOS El Capitan and later, Things 3.7 for iOS recently introduced iOS 12 and watchOS 5 apps, extensive Siri Shortcuts support, and compatibility with the Siri watch face on Apple Watch.

Things 3.7 for Mac is available as a free update for existing Things 3 customers. Things 3 is available on the Mac App Store for $49.99; Cultured Code also offers a 15-day free trial.

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