Top 5 To-Do List Apps

Top 5 To-Do List Apps

Whether you're a professional, a student or simply need to keep your life organized, to-do list apps are important tools of our day-to-day life.

The best to-do list app needs to be a reliable service, perfect to quickly capture your thoughts and ideas, having the ability to add context to your tasks through tags, notes and files, as well as key features like future planning (often shown as a 7-day timeframe) and project layouts that also allow you to collaborate with others.

Today we're going to show you the top 5 to-do list apps of 2019.

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1. Todoist (LINK)

Main Features:

  • Todoist is a reliable app that works across multiple platforms.

  • The powerful auto-schedule feature allows you to easily plan your days, avoiding task overload.

  • The upcoming redesign is going to make it more similar to Things 3 with the introduction of section headers, easier to use subtasks, and more.

Pricing:

  • FREE

  • Premium: $39/year

  • Business: $39/user per year

Where to get it:

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2. TickTick (LINK)

Main Features:

  • TickTick is a reliable app that works across 10+ platforms.

  • The five different calendar views make it easier to check and manage your schedule.

  • The built-in Pomodoro timer feature is perfect to keep you focused.

  • The app provides a modern and an easy to the eyes colorful experience.

Pricing:

  • FREE

  • Premium: $27.99/year

Where to get it:

3. Things 3 (LINK)

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Main Features:

  • Things 3 is only available on iOS and Mac, but it’s a good balance between TickTick and OmniFocus.

  • The design is consistent and simple but also has some advanced abilities that correlate to the likes of GTD.

  • It doesn't have any shared abilities but it's a great personal manager, especially for GTD users.

Pricing:

  • Mac: $49.99

  • iOS: $9.99

  • iPad: $19.99

Where to get it:

4. Microsoft To-Do (LINK)

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Main Features:

  • It's a reliable cross-platform app with slowly added new features and improvements.

  • The “My Day” feature allows you to easily plan your day scheduling, snoozing and capturing tasks.

  • The app also has an Inbox and custom projects showing your assigned tasks and the next 7 days.

Pricing:

  • FREE

Where to get it:

5. OmniFocus 3 (LINK)

Main features:

  • OmniFocus is the perfect app for GTD (the Getting Things Done method) users, thanks to features like Actions, Projects and Review.

  • It's only available on iOS and Mac, they recently released a Web version but it isn't a standalone version, it only syncs with existing databases set up with the macOS or iOS versions of OmniFocus.

Pricing:

  • Cross-Platform Subscription: $9.99/month (or $99.99 billed annually)

  • OmniFocus 3 Stand-Alone: from $49.99 per platform

Where to get it:

Notable

  • Remember the Milk (Link)

  • A sort of middle ground solution between TickTick and Things 3 that follows some of the GTD guidelines.

  • Google Tasks (Link)

  • A free app that completely integrates with Gmail and Google Calendar for a perfect workflow inside the Google ecosystem.

Top 5 Things 3 Alternatives

Top 5 Things 3 Alternatives

Top 10 Project Managers

Top 10 Project Managers