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Rememberthemilk - which app?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by chbla, Jul 9, 2011.

  1. chbla

    chbla Lurker
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    Hey there,

    I have to admit that although the RTM webapp is really awesome, their android app sucks.

    Ideally I would use astrid on the phone, but as most of you probably know they stopped to sync to rtm because of new features that are against the TOC.

    What I don't like about the rtm app is the lack of customization - does anyone know an alternative for syncing to my android phone that is better than the rtm app but still supports their features?

    Thanks in advance,
    Christoph
     

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  2. melissapugs

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    I use Gtasks - hopefully I bumped this up for you to get more suggestions.
     
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    I use " Out Of Milk".
     
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    Me too and it works pretty good for me.
     
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    Tried Mighty Grocery. Too complex, and didn't like the way lists were organized (store first, then items). Now using Evernote, can make lists for anything (shopping, todo, plans, etc.). Sync with phone, tablet, PC, everywhere. (FREE!)
     
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    I still use Astrid, just the older version that still syncs with RTM. Not sure exactly which new features I'm missing out on that I'd really want, but for my purposes it does the trick.
     

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