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  1. kdcasey

    kdcasey Member This Topic's Starter

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    I've tried a few different to do list apps, but I need a really good one, can anyone recommend any?

    I need it to also be able to manage different issues, and ideally be able to set a status as to what stage something is at.

    Any ideas?
     

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  2. Harry2

    Harry2 Well-Known Member

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    I use easygoing ColorNote.
    For detailed planing I have CheckMark.
    But I'm using always ColorNote :)

    Harry

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  3. doctajay

    doctajay Well-Known Member

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    Astro is the best I have tried. And it incorporates with pure calendar

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  4. Bklyn 1

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    I'm rolling with Astrid...better as a "to do" list than a "note" tool.
     
  5. rlb4

    rlb4 Well-Known Member

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    What about GTasks? That looks pretty good.
     
  6. pavirotten

    pavirotten Well-Known Member

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    I've started using SpringPad. I kinda think of it as the ultimate all-in-one app. It's pretty slick.
     
  7. RyanB

    RyanB Guest

    To Do Task Manager is where I go for managing my tasks

    (ToDo Task Manager - Pro - Android app on AppBrain)

    It works similar to the old Palm OS style, where you can control how often a task recurs, add notes and priorities, tweak where your progress is at (in progress, complete, waiting on someone else, etc), comes with a widget, and both the full app and widget can be filtered to show what tasks you'd like, independent of each other. I *highly* recommend it!
     

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