Best to-do, quick notes and task list apps and widgets for Android
There is a variety of task list apps in the Google Play Store, with excellent widgets to them, and these can be indispensable to introduce some organized, get-it-done approach to your ragtag daily routine.
You can just tap and add a chore to be in front of your eyes all day, bugging you to check it off, and the backend apps are loaded with features like prioritizing, voice notes, reminders and alarms, exporting and syncing, even sharing and delegating tasks to others. We rounded up a few of those humble little helpers from the Android to-do list apps universe to help you choose, but do share which one is your current favorite in the comments as well.
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How to keep life organized: best to-do and task list apps for Android
Subtasks are the strength of this easy to use, clean to-do app, and if it had scrollable option and voice note directly from the widget, it would take the Android cake.
You can add many layers of subtasks, rearrange by sliding them up and down, and they appear in the variety of widgets that ProDo sports, complete with the notes describing them. The usual prioritization, reminders and voice tasks are present, and it also syncs with Google Tasks without having to pay extra. Best of all, the free version offers full functionality, and $1.99 are meant as a donation only, but it is money very well spent indeed, as the app sports an abundance of features.
The clean, minimalistic interface has options for voice tasks, predictive text and powerful Facebook and Twitter integration. The new Any.DO Moment option plans you day effortlessly with a few color-coded taps, and the daily schedule even nests in the notification bar, if you don't want to occupy space with the excellent scrollable widget, and there are four more widget types to choose from.
You can checkmark finished tasks directly from the widget, and GTasks offers a lively, yet simple and very easy to use interface, with all bells and whistles like voice notes and quick note taking. With the Premium version you can have themes, pattern lock, and batch add to-dos for faster performance.
The added value with Astrid is that you can share tasks with other users, delegate and set reminders for them, making it very social - nothing bonds better than splitting chores, they say. The Power Pack adds more widgets, including the all-important for a task list app scrollable one.
3. nnaatthhaannx2 (Posts: 818; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)
This is for Android, specifically widgets.
4. rizevnarastek (Posts: 307; Member since: 06 Sep 2012)
I suggest you take a look at Nota as well. Here's the link to help you find it ;)
apps/details?id=com.cerealbara pps.havetodo&feature=search_re sult#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsImNvbS 5jZXJlYWxiYXJhcHBzLmhhdmV0b2Rv Il0.
5. gmracer1 (Posts: 646; Member since: 28 Dec 2012)
iPhone users, please move on. There isn't anything for you here ;-)
7. kissily (Posts: 53; Member since: 09 Oct 2012)
Saw the Google keep at the play store page and downloaded it. So far I am liking it. I use the already installed to do app on my phone too.