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General Planner/To do list APP for eris?

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  1. JUNGI

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    Hello all, i have used the search button on the forums and went through numerous topics only to find topics about astrid and other apps that syncs with google and what not, i even tried googling for a good planner app for the eris but have not yet found one.

    So i am looking for a student planner or any kind of planner app that i can write things i have to do. Such as "work on essay", "volunteer at 4", "golf", " go to orientation", "work out this day" etc. I dont need anything to sync with anything i just want something simple to use where i can delete and re add things i need to do.

    Let me know if you know of any simple/clean apps that can do this. TIA to all who help out.
     

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    I've been really happy with Easy Note.
     
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    yeah but i dont want it to associate with dates and timers.

    edit: actually this looks somewhat promising, let me download it and hope that the dates can be turned off through customizations. I like the fact that it has a widget, unlike Astrid which is what i'm using right now.
     
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    Astrid has a widget?

    The astrid widget's been on my home screen since I started using the app.
     
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    Oh ok. Just did it but, is there a way to change the widget? such as size, so the task sentence actually is readable instead of the first 3 words? the widget is only 1/4 of the screen.
     
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    How can you have a planner without dates?? :)
     
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    I use Google Tasks. I think it is already on the phone. You can add the add task icon to your home screen and then on a subsequent screen you can add the window that shows your tasks. You just check them off as you do them. AND, as a bonus it will sync with the task list in your gmail.
     
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    Google tasks? No I don't seem to have it.

    I now can explain what it is exactly I am looking for after having used both Android agenda widget and astrid. I just want a 4x4 widget/app that will list my to do tasks and keep them there till I remove it. I want it to stay there without having to set the end date a month from when I create it, I hate how it shows up on every date of the calendar till the end date. Jeez.. if i cant find anything I'm going to have to use some sort of sticky notes...

    Thanks again.
     
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    Well if you want something a little simpler and cleaner with a custom UI, you can give cloudList a try. We don't have a widget yet though. That's something we're still working on.
     
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    I like ColorNote Pad, has notes and check lists, you can set reminders, and you can share it. Not sure if its what your looking for like a "planner".
     

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