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To-do list is a good old productivity tool. Making list and checking off things that are completed has a sense of satisfaction to it. Being a little old school I stick to the traditional ways as long as possible. But with time it got difficult to always maintain a sticky note or a planner. But with the busy lives comes the evolution in technology that makes it easier for us to stay productive and organized. And with Smartphones to-do lists are also made smarter. You don’t need to carry a pen or paper because you have an app for it.
The new problem that lies in choosing the right app that suits your need without burning a hole in your pocket. So I curated a list of some of the best To-do List apps on Play Store or Apple App Store. From simple minimalistic apps to feature-rich elaborate ones there is something for everyone in this list.
Here is a list of 5 best to-do list Apps
If its power and simplicity that you are looking for than Todoist is the arrow that kills both the birds in one go. Todoist supports multiple platforms other than Android like Windows, macOS, iPhone, iPad, Web, making it easier for you to their to-do lists across platforms. Adding new tasks is also easy for example, typing “Complete Weekly Report Monday” will create a task named “Complete Weekly Report” and set Monday as the due date.
Todoist has a free version and a Pro version. While the free version has quite a few features, the paid version will cost the users about $3/month for some additional features. Premium users can also create custom filters and labels for their tasks.
TickTick also takes pride in its multi-platform support, it works on Windows, macOS, Android, iPhone, iPad, Web. The multi-support feature makes it easier for users to sync-up their task across platforms. Tick-Tock is also good for users who want embedded calendars and timers to organize their task better. This app is featured with natural language processing for ease of use.
The smartphone version of TickTick comes with features like pinned notifications and widget options which makes multitasking easier for mobile users. One of the unique features of TickTick is its Pomodoro timer, which sets a 25 min session for each task. You can opt for the free version or pay $2.40/month and get the premium version.
3. Microsoft To Do
This app is best for Microsoft and old Wunderlist users but it works on a lot of platforms like Android, Windows, Web, iPhone, Ipad. Microsoft To-Do has a very clean and easy UI which makes adding tasks and navigating the app easier for its users. If you are an Outlook user then you can sync up your work directly to Microsoft to do, so that all your tasks are now accessible on a smartphone as well. If you are a Windows user then you can use Cortana to add your tasks in this app. The best thing about Microsoft To do is that it is a completely free app and is perfect for light organizing.
Things is for all the Apple users out there as it works only on Apple platforms like macOS, iPhone, and iPad. It is a beloved app that is known for its elegant design by apple users around the world. It is arguably the best To-do list platform I have come across. Things is quite a feature-rich app. But unlike other feature-rich app, things manage to maintain its minimalistic and uncluttered look.
Along with basic features like easy task adding and calendar sync it has many underlying functionalities that make it stand out. But the harsh truth is that Things is amongst the most expensive to-do list app out there. So if you are on a budget then this is not the app you should go for. There is no free version available for things. The paid/premium version costs $49.99 for macOS (15-day free trial), $19.99 for iPad, $9.99 for iPhone.
Although Things is an amazing app, it can burn a giant hole in your pocket. That is where Any. Do comes in. It has a very feature-rich free version that satisfies most light organizing need. I have been using it for over a year now and I really love it. From personal things like making a grocery list to making a weeks worth of planning for work Any. Do has got you covered. And it keeps both your personal and work-related tasks separate. You can set recurring reminders, take notes, or schedule meetings. The premium version is also available for just $0.99/month and adds features like focus mode, custom planners, location-based reminders, coloured tags, and labels and many more.
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