» 2016 Notes & Plan Class apps collection for android
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views: 50 publish: November 02, 2016
We sorted out a relatively new application collection, sorted out some notes & plan class apps, do not know which is better, are recommended to everyone.
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TickTick – Todo & Task List
TickTick is a cross-platform time management tool, you can use it to arrange daily work and life, with family and friends together task list.
Wunderlist: To-Do List & Tasks
We use Wunderlist for keeping track of all our to-dos. Its folder feature allows you to organize your lists tidily (freezer folder contains meat, poultry, convenience, veg, dessert, etc.). Perfect for shopping lists, task lists. Has reminder and date-due functions – I don’t use these much. Syncs between Android and iOS versions, though sometimes gets confused on the order within a list. Nice feature – my folders are not shared with my wife, so we can organize our lists individually.
Surprised at a Microsoft product! I’m amazed at how much I like this app. Definitely convinced me to let go of my old Catch install. Network backup is great, and I like the folder feature that I wish Keep would adopt. I am glad an undo feature has finally been added.
Todoist: To-Do List, Task List
I use this for everything now instead of trying to keep track of paper lists for school, work, home, etc. It’s FANTASTIC. I love how easy it is to organize and adjust items. I’ve only come across maybe one or two things it isn’t able to do. I love that I can prioritize and color code everything.
Planner Pro-Personal Organizer
Everything I was looking for! It has everything I need. Weekly view is amazing! It would be nice to add possibility of uploading photos to notes.
The above is a collection of applications we collate, if there are any suggestions, please tell us in the comments.