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  • Need Help: Building Comprehensive List of Apps!

    We're compiling a comprehensive list of all GTD list manager apps - please help us make sure we're not forgetting any! List any you know of for any platform.

    Mac OS X
    The Hit List
    OmniFocus
    Things
    Midnight Inbox
    TaskPaper
    Chandler
    What's Next
    Evernote
    Task

    Windows
    NetCentrics Outlook Add-In
    ClearContext Outlook Add-in
    Task Tiger (beta)
    MyLifeOrganized
    Actiontastic
    EasyTask Manager
    eProductivity for Lotus Notes
    Evernote
    FusionDesk
    Tudumo

    Web Apps
    Vitalist
    Toodledo
    Tadalists
    Nozbe
    Tracks
    SimpleGTD
    Mojonote
    Tasktoy
    Todoist
    Remember the Milk
    Evernote

    iPhone
    To Do
    DoBot ToDos
    Todo
    Get It Done
    Things
    Nozbe
    Omnifocus
    Action Lists
    Nubi Do
    Task PRO
    eTodo
    TaskTrail
    Toodledo
    2Do
    Done
    Ultimate Todos
    To-Do List
    Milpon"
    Remember the Milk
    EasyTask Manager
    Evernote

    Android
    Shuffle
    ActionComplete
    GTD Agenda

    Palm

    Blackberry
    NextAction!
    ToDoMatrix
    Evernote
    Role Call

    Windows Mobile
    NextAction!
    SPBDiary
    MyLifeOrganized

    Symbian S60 / Java
    SBSH Calendar (formerly Papyrus)
    Projekt
    Mobile Task Manager
    Active Notes
    Last edited by GTDerEvan; 05-19-2010, 11:20 AM.

  • #2
    http://priacta.com/Articles/Comparis...D_Software.php

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    • #3
      Yes, I've definitely been there, but there are several of those apps that aren't really in any way relevant to GTD, so I thought I'd poll the community to see what apps are.

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      • #4
        I use Toodledo on the web and it's pretty good in my opinion. I like it better than Nozbe or Remember the Milk but they're all fairly similar.

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        • #5
          GTD App

          My favorite app is ClearContext. It's a task and project based add-in for Outlook. Supports GTD, and a lot more...

          Lee

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          • #6
            Nirvana web-app

            While Nirvana is still in beta and only accessible via invitation, i've had a play with it and it's pretty good. It's kind of like an online version of Things.

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            • #7
              Thinking Rock - multi- platform http://www.trgtd.com.au/

              Shuffle - for Android, claims to be GTD-based http://code.google.com/p/android-shuffle/

              Pat

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              • #8
                ActionComplete is a GTD application for Android. AC for Web will be released soon.

                Thanks,
                Borys Burnayev
                actioncomplete.com
                twitter.com/ActionComplete
                http://groups.google.com/group/actioncomplete
                http://www.facebook.com/pages/Action...te/53599799117

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                • #9
                  I nominate Task Tiger

                  While still in Beta, I have been using it regularly for months to handle multiple projects at work. New features are added regularly.

                  Check http://dyumnin.com/products/taskTiger/wiki/ for a complete feature list.

                  Download from http://dyumnin.com/products/taskTiger/

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                  • #10
                    Some ideas

                    Outlook (Windows): Categorize plus
                    Windows: MyLifeOrganized

                    Yours
                    Stephan

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                    • #11
                      Mac OS list manager

                      I would add MS Entourage. Worked well with Palm on the mac for me.

                      Randy

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                      • #12
                        Natara Bonsai

                        I keep digital lists in Bonsai from Natara Software. Runs on Windows (installed or on usb drive), PalmOS, Windows Moble. It's a great Outliner type program.

                        http://www.natara.com

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                        • #13
                          miniToDo.

                          There is a new Polish web app miniToDo.

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                          • #14
                            iPhone and iPod Touch and soon iPad
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                            Appigo ToDo
                            iThoughts
                            eToDo

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by GTDerEvan View Post
                              We're compiling a comprehensive list of all GTD list manager apps - please help us make sure we're not forgetting any! List any you know of for any platform.
                              You are definitely missing NextAction! for BlackBerry and Windows Mobile man.

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