1. Google Keep
Google Keep is an app for creating reminders and lists. Similar to Evernote, Keep is Google’s first app that helps Android users in taking notes. Users can type out notes, and share photos in the app, and you can even record voice notes. Keep will transcribe voice notes into text, which is a pretty neat feature. If you take a photo, you can edit using built-in camera features like cropping, color balancing, photo filters and borders. For those wondering, Keep is integrated with Google Drive. You can download Google Keep from the Google Play Store here.
With 50 million users, Evernote is the best note taking app. The app has everything you need like being able to organize information from notebooks and sharing them with others. Android users can also use an automated transcription service that will turn speech into text. Evernote’s free service offers 60MB per month, if you’re looking for more storage space, a premium version with 16GB for uploads will cost you $45 annually. You can download Evernote from the Google Play Store here.
3. Any.Do To-do List
Any.do is a beautifully designed to-do list developed by Any.do. Simply tap on the microphone icon and you can say what you need to do for the day. Any.do will instantly convert your words into text. Swipe with your finger or shake your device to remove a completed task. Make phone calls, send text messages, and schedule meetings directly from the app. You can customize folders so you can stay organized. You can download Any.do from the Google Play Store here.
GTasks is a task management app developed by Appest Inc. Users can customize their to do list and share tasks with friends and family. View tasks on Google Calendar, set reminders, and synchronize with multiple Google accounts You can download GTasks from the Google Play Store here.
5. Remember the Milk
Remember the Milk is a task management app developed by Remember the Milk. Users can manage their to-do list anywhere. Add tasks, organize lists by priority, and sync with Remember the Milk online. You can download Remember the Milk from the Google Play Store here.
Todoist is the perfect to-do list app for getting things done. Users can add unlimited tasks and organize with features such as dates, priorities, and colored projects. Save to-do lists to http://www.todoist.com and access task manager while being offline. You can download Todoist from the Google Play Store here.
7. Task List
With Task List for Android, users can manage tasks and share tasks with friends and family. Add task by voice, edit with gestures, and set apart reminders. A new update lets users share tasks via email or SMS. You can download Task List from the Google Play Store here.
Noodles is a to-do list management app developed by Makeramen. Easily create to-do lists, shopping lists, and plan goals. Noodles features extensive drag and drop support. You can download Noodles from the Google Play Store here.
9. Due Today
Due Today is a to-do list app developed by Lakeridge Software. Users can create tasks, set reminders, and sync to-do lists with ToodleDo. Create daily, weekly, and monthly recurring tasks. You can download Due Today from the Google Play Store here.
Wunderlist is a to-do and task list app developed by 6 Wunderkinder. Easily manage and share to-do lists with colleagues, friends and family members. Attach important documents including photos, videos, spreadsheets and PDFs. Wunderlist will help you stay organized and ensure you never forget important deadlines. You can download Wunerlist from the Google Play Store here.
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