Ultimate To Do List: GTD-Based Android Apps, Can be Synchronized or Used Offline

Getting Things Done (GTD) management concept which is popularized by Robert Allen recently is favorable by most of management practitioners or common people who want to do simple management to their task and obligation. The basic of this concept is, someone needs to remove his/her thought out by taking a note externally, to avoid it burden the mind. The next level of this concept application is taking a note detail tasks into an agenda or other various tools which supported management. This is made To Do List Tool became so popular.

Along the development of technology, almost all new smartphone makes you possible to install application which functioned as Agenda to remind you activities schedule you need to be done. For Android platform, one application which made you possible to take a note on activity and project plan in detail just like suggested by Robert Allen is Ultimate To Do List.

Ultimate To Do List: GTD-Based Android Apps, Can be Synchronized or Used Offline

This application appeared in simple interface, but details and easy to be used. First time this app launched by your Android, there will be an interface asked whether you want to synchronize this application with Toodledo, Google Task, or running this application offline. In my opinion, there’s nothing wrong to synchronize your schedule with one of online facilities above. Because mainly, this application run offline in your Android device.

Ultimate To Do List: GTD-Based Android Apps, Can be Synchronized or Used Offline

Interface of this Ultimate To Do List displayed All Task, Hotlist, My Views, Notes, Due Today/Tomorrow, Overdue, Starred, and Recently Complete, options, also Sort method such as By Status, Folders, Context, Tags, Goals, and Locations. In the below bar, there’s an icon represented Add a Task, Add a New Note, What are you looking for?, synchronization, setting, and help and support.

Ultimate To Do List: GTD-Based Android Apps, Can be Synchronized or Used Offline

To take a note of new task or project, you will just need to tap on add a task icon in the left below side. There you can note when your project will be started, when to be finished, giving a note to project, also setting reminder for the project. By such detail and complete note, you will make lighter your brain burden to remember various task details you need to do.

Ultimate To Do List: GTD-Based Android Apps, Can be Synchronized or Used Offline

To save a task or project, you can save the note in certain project. My suggestion is, create specific folders to group your task type which included personal interest and work. Westerners always said: Don’t mix business and pleasure! It will help you to schedule your tasks well.

Ultimate To Do List: GTD-Based Android Apps, Can be Synchronized or Used Offline

The schedule or activities note you inserted will be displayed according due date or the tasks deadline. It will make you easier to choose which one should be done first. Besides, tiny bar’s colors on the left side of note showed the priority level of the activity. You can group it according to none, negative, low, medium, high, and top. This priority groups would be able to make you choose which task to do first if there are two or three tasks in near time to be finished.

Ultimate To Do List: GTD-Based Android Apps, Can be Synchronized or Used Offline

If your note is already too much, you can search the activity note according to the tag you included. It will help you to find the note and the details faster.

Am I right or not, Ultimate To Do List is a simple and complete application! I’m sure if you need an agenda to note your activity, this application can be one of your main options.

You can get Ultimate To Do List in:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.customsolutions.android.utl

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Travis Brice is a computer technician and also father of two cute children. After 6 years of hard work at telecommunication company, he decides to quit his job and build his own business. Now he also writes for Spyontech on his spare time. He loves to write about operating system, especially Microsoft Windows.

  • http://twitter.com/gtdagenda Gtdagenda

    For implementing GTD you can use this this application:

    http://www.Gtdagenda.com

    You can use it to manage your goals, projects and tasks, set next actions and contexts, use checklists, and a calendar.
    Syncs with Evernote and Google Calendar, and also comes with mobile version, and Android and iPhone apps.

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