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Stay On Top of Your Tasks with these 10 Android Applications

Who likes to procrastinate? We do! Unfortunately, we can’t do it all the time, or nothing gets done. An excel...

Stay On Top of Your Tasks with these 10 Android Applications

Who likes to procrastinate? We do! Unfortunately, we can’t do it all the time, or nothing gets done. An excellent way to organize is to write to-do lists, and what easier way to do this than with your smartphone?

We do everything else with them-- it’s about time we did something productive with them, too.

 

1. Google Keep

A simple, cloud-based app exclusive to Android for making lists and colour-coded notes, it can also handle images and photos, all of which can be synced with other devices. Reminders can be either time- or location-based, and since it’s web-based it is always accessible.

 

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2. Wunderlist

The ultimate cross-platform task management app, Wunderlist is web-based, so whether on a PC, smart phone, or Mac, you can always access your tasks. So, no excuses accepted! It handles recurring tasks and timed reminders as well as multiple categories. It’s sharp-looking, yet simple.

 

3.Remember the Milk

The whimsical name belies the no-nonsense features of this organizational tool. Aside from the grocery list, it also lets you set due dates for projects, prioritize tasks, and set estimates of how long tasks should take.  

 

4. TaskList

This app lets you add to your list of Google tasks with due dates via voice. You can delete/edit tasks, priorities, and categories using gestures. You can also set reminders and recurring tasks, plus share your lists via email or SMS, as it integrates with your contacts on Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.

 

5. Todoist

One of the pioneers in cross-platform to-do list apps, Todoist is still going strong. Recurring tasks, multiple priorities, and project management are all available features. The app is free, but if you want push notifications on your smartphone, you’ll need to fork out $30 for a premium account.

 

6. GTasks

Another old-timer, this app lets you customize your to-do list, share tasks, and set reminders. The interface is minimalism bordering on the stark, but it gets the job done. You can also sync it with your Google accounts for easy access. For additional functions such as pattern security locks, you need to make a one-time payment of $4.99.

 

7. Any.Do

This is a cool-looking to-do Android app that can be synced using the Chrome add-on from your desktop. It can handle recurring tasks, and reminders can be based on location or time. Any.Do starts off with a short recap of tasks to be done in the “Moment” and you can even assign priority levels to your tasks.

 

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8. HabitRPG

If you waste your time playing on your smartphone instead of getting things done, this app can help you do both. It “gamifies” your to-dos and projects to motivate you to complete them. It does this by letting you earn points, gold, experience, and advancement to higher levels, and penalizing you with hits to your health for missed deadlines. Aside from the game, it also supports categories and sets reminders.

 

9. iReward Chart

This is positive reinforcement for kids in action. All kids should have it on their phones. The app lets you set tasks to earn stars and offers rewards for a certain number of stars. It is an unusual but highly effective tool for getting kids to do things without making it a battle royal.

 

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10. TaskHammer

You create, develop, and play a character; and instead of tasks, you call them quests. That’s TaskHammer in a nutshell. You can turn your humdrum life into a fun adventure video game while taking on each “quest.”

 

 

Which apps do you use to get ‘er done? Sound off in the comments.

 

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