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  1. Archex

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    Hi eeryone,

    Looking for a good To Do List app for the S3. must be quick to add and item, quick to delete an item and i am not looking for a lot of bells and whistles. Just need a good "type and enter" program.

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    My wife an I use Any.Do. We like this app because you can share ToDo's.
     
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    I went through a bunch of to-do apps- most of them have WAY too many bels and whistles that get in the way more than help. Astrid used to be everyone's favorite, but I think it nearly died from feature bloat.

    I've settled on GTasks. It syncs with Google Tasks and has a very lightweight interface.
     
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    I use COL.
    Very good reminders app that is updated regularly.
    May be not what you're looking for, but it's useful nonetheless.
     
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    +1 for Any.do. I like it because it includes a Chrome extension, integrates into your Gmail, etc.
     
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    I like notes that are there on your screen to see without opening anythink, I use Sticky Note Widget. It's not a task app, but it's resizable note pad that you can put on a home screen and it'll actually display all the notes you have on it so it is always showing when you look at your phone and you can see everything you have without having to open an app. Then I just tap on it to add or delete additional lines.

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=pl.viverra.stickynoteswidget&hl=en

    This one also looks nice but I haven't used it

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/...JpbGUuZGljdGFwcHMubm90ZXBhZC5jb2xvci5ub3RlIl0.
     
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    chalk up another vote for Any.do

    I love the missed call reminders and the interface is pretty nice, but simple.
     

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