There are applications who try to follow the standards and there are applications which set new standards and Any.Do is definitely one such Todo App which sets new standards for any Task Management application.
Any.Do is available as a Free application for iPhone (iOS), Android and Chrome browser.
Minimalistic interface of this task management application makes it very easy to add new items in its Todo list, it provides you two options to add new task – either type you task or you can speak your task.
It takes your voice commands pretty easily and adds it to your task list. Even if you are typing your task it tries to predict the task and shows you suggestions to complete the line. Any.Do learns to make its suggestions better by observing what tasks you added before.
Once you have added the Task you can set reminder for it by setting date and time for the task.
Any Do allows to categories tasks either by Date or by Folders. Folders can be created based on your requirement such as Work, Personal, Shopping etc.
Any Do supports two theme colors – White and Black. This can be changed from Settings.
Minimalistic interface of Any.do looks equally fabulous with black theme also.
As this excellent task management application is available for free of cost on Google Play and Apple Store, its a must have application on your mobile. Definitely best ToDo App on iPhone and Android.
August 28, 2012 at 7:45 am
If you like Any.do, you need to check out Astrid too. Any.do is great from a UI perspective, but the lack of seamless synching between the various “instances” (ie if one has Any.do logged in on an Android or iOS device and on the web as well, it doesnt seamlessly synch). Thats a dealbreaker….
September 5, 2012 at 9:45 am
Thanks a lot for sharing your views about Astrid. Astrid is a nice application but definitely not as easy to use as Any.do (compare how many steps it takes to set a reminder). Earlier it was an issue with Any.do that it was not syncing tasks so quickly but I checked it currently and found it was syncing tasks within a minute on my iPhone and Chrome Browser extension. So can not complain much. However I also use one app for my personal use that called ‘Due’. You would love ‘Due’ if you prefer to set reminders (not todo/tasks list) everyday.
February 12, 2013 at 1:57 pm
I have checked one app called “Color Note” it works very well with Android. You can create the Check List, text list. Add a reminder to any item and even you can also lock items if there is something confidential you want to make a list of.
Try this App if you like.