Getting work done is the philosophy of life. Now finding the right tool to keep a track of your work is an individual’s decision. Someone’s best can be junk for the other one. It all comes down to individual preference. That said, there are certain apps that are better than the rest and today we are going to list the 3 best to-do app for Android in no particular order.
How did I come up with these apps? There are a couple of things an app needs to offer to make this list.
- Design and functionality of the application.
- Features of the application – The best applications should offer syncing
- Cross-platform availability – The app should be available on all major platform.
Top three to-do app for Android
Any.do for Android
Any.do is is my personal favorite when it comes to organizes and keeping track of all my tasks. The truth is, I am a horrible person when it comes to managing work with time.
Any.do is a good looking to-do app for Android. It’s actually my favorite to-do app on Android. The best part about Any.do is that, that it is available for every device you can imagine (Android, iOS, Chrome app and Mac app). It has almost all kinds of features one can think about. From location-time based reminders, recurring reminders to customized.
The other thing the app really does well is to keep you calm. It tries to keep you from getting overwhelmed by projects by adding different deadline. You can choose today, tomorrow or later to keep yourself on track. Plus it has a priority mode and a normal mode for different types of work.
Any.do used to once suck for Windows PC users as it did not have a proper web interface or a chrome app. Till date the chrome app feels slow and sluggish. Finally, they have released a web app that can be accessed from all platforms. This does solve the problem but offline editing of a task is still a little tricky for the Windows PC users.
Wunderlist for Android
Wunderlist is also a cross-platform to-do list manager that is available on Android, iOS, Windows and mac. Every platform has their own standalone application.
It’s highly customizable. One can change how it looks and feels. All the features one can imagine is right there. Recurring reminders, Starred to-do task, task folders and much more. You can also share your task list with other co-workers and family members.
The best part is how it notifies users. It is never intrusive and at the same time is excellent in reminding if you’re nearing the deadline.
One thing it lacks is the priority task. The most you can do is just star your tasks.
It’s no surprise that Keep makes it to this list. If you’re an Android user you will already know how capable Google Keep is. Google keep was originally introduced as a note-keeping app which evolved into a fabulous to-do application.
Google Keep is maybe the fastest flexible application for Google when it comes to managing your own task list.
Google Keep is an app to store notes, Photo, Video and voice notes, check lists and task list with different color code. I really love the color code thing Google has done with Keep. It makes me fall in love with it every time. And yes, no surprises it’s available on the web and all kinds of platforms.
If you’re an Android user, it’s already there. It needs no initialization, no setting-up. It’s there and it’s ready to work out of the box and will sync with your Google account.
With all the comfort comes a little bit of problem too. It doesn;t carry all the feature that the other two carries. There are no recurring tasks, no calendar views, no sub-task or something else.
But whatever be the reason the ease of use Google Keep has is really what sets it apart from all the other To-do task managing apps for Android.
So that’s the top three. Remember, this list is never ending. There are so many apps that are great task-managers. There is Evernote, there is Todoist, TickTick and more. These all are great alternatives to ones named above. Now tell us which are your favorite apps. Comment below and we’ll check them out and they might pop on our next list.