For a long time, Astrid was considered a go-to task management app for Android users. But with its recent acquisition by Yahoo and the news that it will soon be going away, fans of the app will soon be looking for alternatives. With that in mind, I've put together a list of four of my favorite to-do managers for Android. In some ways they may even outdo the popular Astrid, but feel free to tell us in the comments how you think they stack up.
I have yet to take the Evernote plunge, and I don't use Pinterest unless I'm looking over my wife's shoulder. Yet, I admit I have a need for some variety of Web-clipping app. My current strategy, if you can call it that, is leaving browser tabs open for days on end, or adding to my ever-increasing and wholly unorganized list of bookmarks.
Wunderlist for Mac, signed by 6Wunderkinder, has all the best features of a great to-do-list app, all packed into a very well-designed, uncluttered, intuitive interface boosted with continuous on-screen help. In other words, despite a couple of limitations, Wunderlist helps users keep themselves organized while having fun playing around with the app.
Wunderlist is as easy to set up as it is to use: after users create an account in one easy step, the superbly designed to-do list app opens the default list -- the Inbox. This is where users can start adding their tasks by simply following the on-screen … Read more
Run a quick search for "notepad" on Google Play, and you'll see that there are at least 1,000 apps claiming to fit the bill. The good news is, we've taken the time to show you a few notepads that are absolute must-haves, especially for students just getting back into the groove of school.
Evernote (free) These days, the all-powerful Evernote feels more like a platform than a single, independent app. It has a full menu of companion downloads like Skitch, Evernote Food, and Evernote Hello available, and tons of developers are racing to integrate its … Read more