Android offers some great apps that’ll help you to stay organized. Depending on what you need to do and how many features you want an app to have will determine which one you’ll be using. If you’re willing to make some purchases, you can use some exclusive features that’ll help you even more by upgrading to Premium.
All of the following apps work just fine on devices with Android 10 and below. Some offer quite a few features, while other apps keep things simpler for those users who like it that way.
1. Todoist: To-Do List, Tasks, and Reminders
Todoist: To-Do List, Tasks, and Reminders is one of the most popular to do Android apps out there. The app is free to use, but some features are only for Premium users. If you’re willing to pay $4.16 a month or $38.26 a year ($3.19 a month), you can use features such as comments, Reminders, and tags.
But, if those are features you can live without, you can still enjoy features such as:
- Creating tasks/sub-tasks
- Edit task
- Move Tasks
- Duplicate task
- Copy link to task
- Hide completed sub-tasks
- Delete task
Other useful features include adding a section so you can divide your tasks into sections. For example, if you want to quickly find your work tasks, create a work section in the tab to easily find them. You can also sort the tasks by date, priority, and name. Also, if you can’t remember if you completed a task or not, you can view your completed tasks.
2. Any.do: To-do List, Calendar, Planner, and Reminders
Any.do is another popular to-do app for Android users. The app is free, but some features are only available to Premium users such as Integration with apps such as WhatsApp, Slack, Google Calendar, Evernote, and many more. For a monthly payment of $2.99/$26.99 yearly, you also get Theme options and Tags.
It offers the basic feature you would find in a To-Do app, such as creating tasks, sub-tasks for Today, Tomorrow, Upcoming, or Someday. You can also access your tasks on different devices thanks to the sync feature. The app supports a large variety of languages as well. It also has a good-looking widget you try, and that allows you to create a new task/event from the widget.
3. Microsoft To-Do
If you don’t want to be bombarded with too many features but still want to count on a decent amount, you can always try Microsoft To-Do. The app can create tasks, Recurring tasks, Tasks for the day, Task reminders, Important tasks, Completed tasks Assigned to you, and you can also separate your tasks into groups. You can also customize the app by adding a background to your lists and sync with your Windows desktop.
4. To-Do List
If you’re looking for an app that keeps things simple To-Do List is a good option. A unique option the app has is that it lets you create tasks via voice and sort your tasks alphabetically, new tasks first, or old tasks first. There are also predefined tasks lists, notification by sound/vibrate, Create quick tasks, and you can also add tasks in batch mode.
Other useful features include bidirectional synchronization with Google Tasks, recurring tasks, and a Quick taskbar that allows you to create a task from the notification bar. There’s also a search option, just in case you need to check if you made a task to pick up the dry cleaners or not.
5. Tasks: Todo List, Task List, Reminder
Another option when it comes to simplicity is Tasks: Todo list, Task List, Reminder. You can count on basic features such as creating tasks, reminders, and making lists with its sub-lists. Each list can have its own color so you can quickly tell them apart. There’s also a quick task creator at the bottom of the app and a widget too.
If a dark theme is a must for you, that’s an option you can use on this app. Long-press on any task to choose from options such as:
- Move to top
- Move task
- Share task
- Duplicate task
- Add to calendar
- Delete task
- Move to bottom
By using a t do app, you can have your tasks organized and never forget to complete any of them. Whether you want a feature-packed app or not, you’ll find one that fits your needs. Which one do you think you’re going to try?