Finding the best way to keep track of your daily tasks is a very personal mission for all of us as this helps you with your notifications and reminders to keep you organised. Here are three of my favourite task apps you can use on your PC, Mac and hand-held device.
Any.Do is a task management app for iPhone or Android smartphones. When you start to type in a task, it will offer suggestions for auto-completing it. It also will automatically link you to your email. Any.Do does not automatically come with a calendar feature, so you will need to download the companion app called “Cal,” in order to get this.
Google Keep lets you take down thoughts, take photos, dictate notes and have everything to hand. You can take a photo that can then be used as part of a note and you can also use the microphone option to dictate, with what you say being transcribed and ready for editing if need be. Photos can be edited using the built-in camera features of Android.
Wunderlist is a program that works with both desktops and mobiles for a to-do list manager with apps for iOS and Android, Windows, OS X, and Linux. It’s also a webapp, so you seriously have no reason to be without your to-dos on any platform you choose to use. It’s my personal favourite. It’s simple and easy to use, supports timed reminders, recurring to-dos, separate reminders from the due date of the task, notes and additional information associated with your to-dos and more. Its broad platform support – and its webapp – mean you’ll always have access to your to-dos.
Robert Morgan is a digital solutions consultant at Digital Phenix.
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