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  • Best Android apps for GTD?

    I tried ActionComplete which was good but not close enough to GTD for me. As far as I could tell there was no quick way to see actions based on context. You could setup a filter but it was too cumbersome for me.

    I just started using Shuffle (http://code.google.com/p/android-shuffle/) and I like the feel of it better. I'm not sure how someday/maybe fits into it (but then perhaps that shouldn't be part of phone app. I know my someday/maybe can get quite large so maybe it's best managed as a file on your computer or something) Until I find something better I'm using Shuffle.

    What android apps are you using for GTD?

  • #2
    Try this

    Try GotToDo. It syncs with ToodleDo.

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    • #3
      3rd vote to Got to do

      Originally posted by johnaohman View Post
      Try GotToDo. It syncs with ToodleDo.
      +1

      Mee too I use it, I sync it with Toodledo.

      I think Got To Do is really a good product even if sometimes is not so quick in collecting the new actions, on my Htc.

      There is also Due today. I tried it recently but I think, it need some more adjustment by the programmers

      I don't now where you live but not in all country you can find it in Android market. So I bought it on Slide Me, even if It cost more. Recently 3,5$

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      • #4
        Originally posted by clango View Post
        +1

        Mee too I use it, I sync it with Toodledo.

        I think Got To Do is really a good product even if sometimes is not so quick in collecting the new actions, on my Htc.
        Now, Got To Do in the new release 1.2.7 fix the problem, so it's a great tool to collect!

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        • #5
          Better than Got To Do, Astrid, GTasks, etc

          I tried em all. I have to say, I like a configurable, flexible system. I found something the other day that blew me away as far as ability to implement GTD. The app is called Memento. I promise you that I am not the vendor / developer / or any other way tied to this app. I just like the ability to create my own custom data structure for keeping track of stuff. When I found this, i realized that I could create a mini-CRM and tie it together with a GTD system together in one app.

          Memento is the app. I emailed the vendor and asked him about future enhancements and I was happily surprised that most of the things that I asked for (custom icons, and other requests) were already on the list for the next or future releases.

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          • #6
            Does Memento work well with the Sprint HTC phone?

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            • #7
              Memento, GTD, HTC

              Originally posted by joebug97@gmail.com View Post
              Does Memento work well with the Sprint HTC phone?
              Yes. I have an HTC EVO. The screen size helps me to see all my Actions (I configured a Library called Actions) by Context (You can group by various fields that you add.

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              • #8
                I'm just trying Simplenotes (simple-note.appspot.com) for notes using the web interface, Chrome plugin and Android. So far it's the simplest, most efficient list manager I've tried. Just a list name and body. Use tags (0-M) for context.

                Lacking a decent task manager, I'm considering using it for text base task lists, like the old days.

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                • #9
                  GTD Task Manager by Daniel Pecos Martinez

                  Has anyone tried this app? I downloaded it from the Android market and it does manage by context and next action, as well as group actions under specific projects. Any thoughts, pro or con, on how it compares with the others?

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                  • #10
                    Got To Do dead!

                    Originally posted by clango View Post
                    Now, Got To Do in the new release 1.2.7 fix the problem, so it's a great tool to collect!
                    It was. Now I moved towards Ultimate To Do list

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                    • #11
                      "My Life Organized" has an Android version that is now available. It's a great app that allows a great deal of flexibility in implementing a GTD...

                      Cheers

                      Phil

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                      • #12
                        Doit.im works for me

                        There are several apps for Android out there that can confuse people who are looking for the best tool.

                        I download several of them (MLO, ActionComplete, Doit.im, Get It Done, GTask, Remember The Milk, Shuffle, etc) and started to use them with one project in each of them.

                        One project started moving forward and the others were not because different reasons (1 or 2 more "clicks" to open the tool, no widget to see Today's actions where to focus, not able to sync with my laptop, and so on) so, of course, I started to use the tool that was helping me to move projects forward...

                        Today "Doit.im" works for me, tomorrow, I do not know...

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Severiano View Post
                          (1 or 2 more "clicks" to open the tool, no widget to see Today's actions where to focus, not able to sync with my laptop, and so on)
                          I was using Simple note, but the Web site Chrome plugin and Android apps are all made by different vendors, I was having difficulty keeping them in sync. I've since moved everything to Evernote; "1 or 2 more "clicks" to open the tool, no widget to see Today's actions" are a concern, but data capture and ubiquity of access are more important to me.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by jrdouce View Post
                            I was using Simple note, but the Web site Chrome plugin and Android apps are all made by different vendors, I was having difficulty keeping them in sync. I've since moved everything to Evernote; "1 or 2 more "clicks" to open the tool, no widget to see Today's actions" are a concern, but data capture and ubiquity of access are more important to me.
                            You can create a shortcut on your main screen for a search. In Android, you do the search (in this case for next actions) and then tap the menu button and choose "Create shortcut" You can name the short cut and then save it. Once done it will be on your home screen and you put it move it around.

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                            • #15
                              Evernote's new widgets

                              Check out the new widgets for Evernote. One of them has an expanded area underneath the widget we're used to that can show the last widget viewed, last updated, a specific notebook, tag or saved search. You might be able to tweak that to find what you want in one click (or see the list of Today's actions). The downside is that it's a 4x2 widget, so it takes up 1/3 of the screen.

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