However, picking a Task Managing app is no longer straight forward as It used to be. You have to consider what kind of smartphone you have, what kind of Operating System your desktops and laptop runs, your tablets and even your smart watch should be considered before picking the right task managing or to-do list app.
We know it can be difficult, hence we made a list of the best Task Management apps from 2016, that will work across all your phones and computers. Here are they:
If there is a perfect to-do app out there, then Wunderlist will be the only one that comes closer to that fantasy. With over 13 million daily users, Wunderlist has been the most popular task management app for years now. And nothing is a better testimony to this German-born app than the recent acquisition by Microsoft.
It works on all platforms, from iOS, Android to Windows. It is easy to use and have a wonderfully designed interface. You can make lists and group the lists in folders, you can add sub-tasks, attach files, reminders, add notes and comments and even share the tasks. You can also add items and lists with Google Assistant and Cortana. And the best part is -it’s all free, although a premium version does exist with some additional functionality.
Google’s vision of things is always unique and different from what is existing, like how Gmail revolutionized email. Keep is Google’s vision of to-do app, note taking the app, and other things
Initially, it may seem like a glorified digital post-it notes, but Google Keep is far more than what the eyes meet. Like Wunderlist you can make lists, reminders and share the tasks. However, additionally, it has the capability to add reminders based on locations as well.
If you are someone who uses many of Google Services like Inbox, Calendar and Google Drive – then you will definitely feel home at Google Keep.
Todoist is one of the apps that gives serious heads on completion to Wunderlist. It also has a minimalistic and beautiful design and is very intuitive to use. Like Wunderlist, it also supports all the platforms and provides features as good as or even better than Wunderlist at times.
However, the problem is, to access all those awesome features one have to buy a Todoist subscription. With the subscription, one can access advanced features like the location based reminders, labels, filters, etc. But the needing a subscription for a basic feature like reminders can be a deal breaker for many.
AnyDo was once the darling of many productivity nerds including me. Its simple design and AnyDo Moment feature- which will let you prioritize or snooze the task, won over the mind of many productive nerds.
Recently they revamped their service with AI-powered Assistant.
However, many of the loved features such as location based reminders, recurring reminders etc. are now part of a premium subscription. Even the AnyDo moment is limited to 5 times a month for the free user.
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