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TickTick is a great to-do list app. I know a lot of people love Keep, but I really enjoy TickTick's dark interface, color-coding, and multiple priority levels. It also has a pretty good widget that has a transparency slider for the theming diehards. [link]
Since Wunderlist is slowly shutting down, and Microsoft ToDo is useless I was looking for a good alternative.
After many ToDo apps/services checked I'd like to recommend a good Wunderlist alternative: TickTick
I don't use any notes app heavily so I default to Keep, but of the others I tried I really like TickTick (and a simpler app from the same developers which utilises Google synchronisation - GTasks). I didn't like ToDoist, AnyDo, or Wunderlist.
1-Tick Tick It's a to-do list and task manager app + it has in-app calendar that lets create a reminder for specific days
While I'm still unclear exactly what you are looking for, TickTick is near perfect for my workflow (both work and home). You can create recurring tasks and one-time tasks. You can also set tasks to remind you when you enter or leave a location.
I'm currently using Tick Tick. You can create custom categories, subtasks, custom repeats for tasks, custom snooze durations etc. It has great widgets as well. A very flexible solution even in the free version.
You can just keep entering tasks with the day you want to assign them to, like...
It will remove the day (or date) and assign it to that day.
TickTick for work and personal task management. Google Keep for shopping lists (shared with wife) and occasional notes.
Shared lists with my family:
I don't use colors, labels, or tags.
My personal todo list is managed by the amazing TickTick, and I use Trello for work.
I wonder how you would feel about TickTick?
I like TickTick a lot, and the free version has a ton of features, including my favorite which is a scrollable widget of whichever list you want.
Play Store Link
If you Google TickTick you can go to their website as well. I just can't link to it because I'm logged in so it takes me to my home page.
There were allready very good apps mentioned. I use one app which is for me a hidden champ. Its not so well know like the others, but for me beats all the other ones. The name is TickTick
Its highly costumizable to your needs and offers a good look and feel which is very clean and eyefriendly. The support is also very good. You can give feedback or ask questions and the developer team responds quickly.
Quality apps like this you can find on your own on playboard.me. Especially the this channel is my taste. Maybe its also your taste.
TickTick. (Google Play)
TickTick. (App Store)
TickTick is my favourite. Lots of options for individual reminders plus an option to have all your to-do daily tasks pop-up at a preset time.
Thanks! Its funny though the to-do list is the only thing that's not KLWP. Its a standard widget for the app tick tick (free).
The swipe down CPU/RAM usage I had to use tasker in conjunction with nova launcher. Basically, nova can map gestures to apps or shortcuts, so I have nova map a swipe down to launch a tasker task, and the tasker task changes a global value in KLWP, and KLWP animates it based on that value (1 for on, 0 for off). Hope that makes sense.
Everyone has their own favourites, there are plenty of great apps and many are the 'best' depending on what you're looking for.
I've stuck with TickTick for some time now, I've been happy with it. Keep was too basic for me and the widget is fugly imo
Try TickTick and TickTick Wear. Allows custom recurring reminders which i find most flexible among quite many to-do reminder apps i tried. Using it to remind various recurring tasks and to-do's in work's Trello, such as bi-weekly, every first Wed each months, etc.
TickTick for Android
TickTick, as an android orgonisation app that syncs with a web browser version for the pc, i find it very usefull, if you are interested link is here
Astrid was great, but now it's dead, so...
Todoist is really awesome, but I'm trying to decide if it's finally time to pay those 20€ every year, which is the only thing keeping me away from it (the free version is too limited).
One great alternative I've found is TickTick. I've used it for quite a lot but then I moved on...
Can't believe the irony that I forgot I had to write review about a calendar /to do list app
Let me start by saying what my professor use to say, "in order to have a productive day and a productive life you need to make friends with Google calendar" what he meant by this is in order to spend your day productively you need to make a schedule of your day and treat it not as your boss who you need to obey at all times but rather as a friend who you s n look up to for advice, and Google calendar as a tool will help you with it, but there was only one problem it was ugly (sort of), and lacked features that a to do list should have (to be fair it is primarily a calendar app) and it's wigit is not TRANSPARENT (which means a lot to me as I like my homescreen as clean as possible) so my search for better replacement lead me to Tick Tick and Loop habit tracker today I am going to review the former, tick tick is and amazing to do list app allowing for custom snooze and a transparent wigit and the most amazing features is that you can subscribe to other calendars which means it can do everything Google calendar can do and more, no ads and most of the app is completely free other that a few wigit (you still got some and free once are also transparent) and some paid themes, all and all has helped me a lot in getting parts of my life straight and I wish this combo (tick tick and loop habit tracker) helps you in figuring out how to best spend your day.
Only drawback is it's subscription type of payment.
Others that you can use is Time tune
Free but works for me.
TickTick has been a lifesaver for me. I have reoccurring tasks that I mark off as I do them. It helps me keep track if whether or not I've fed my cat, watered my plants, taken my meds. I also put all my chores on there so my house stays relatively clean. Basically anything I need to remember to get done.
I just ran a test with TickTick
I set a reminder for 3 minutes from now
Closed all apps
I received the notification
Note: I'm sure you're aware that you're not supposed to kill your recent apps, right?
I was using Astrid too. I've tested many alternatives after that and finally selected
TickTick which fulfills all my requirements
Not exactly a "pure" calendar app per se, but TickTick: To Do List supports natural language input when adding tasks. It has a calendar view and also supports local(free) calendar and 3rd party(paid) calendar integration.
I wish Google Calendar does this for Android the way it does for desktop/web.
Tryy "Tick Tick "
the free version already offer everything u need. no ads in free version too.
I came up with a decent IFTTT solution. The todo app 'Tick Tick' allows you to email them at and adds the subject line to your list. I can now say to Google Home 'remind me $' ($ being the variable for the email subject) and pass that into Gmail to send my task to .
Play Store Link: Tick Tick
You are right. I tried using Feel the Wear but ended up finding a todo app instead. I ended up choosing TickTick: [link]
You get all the basic features for free. The only minor downside is that you don't have Google now cards anymore.
Try TickTick. This app have tasks that can be sorted and prioritized. It has repeated reminders, which is perfect for homework, and it also syncs with Google Calendar. Hope it helps since I used to do things the last minute.
I like TickTick. I won't say it does everything you want, but it's worth checking out. The reminders are annoying enough, and you can swipe, and it has notification actions.
The developer of GTasks has, of recent, put a lot more effort into Ticktick. It's their own task management system. Check that out too.
I searched a lot for an app that does both these tasks equally well. But I'm yet to find any. Currently i use two different apps. Tick Tick for to-dos is great. It's free version does almost everything you need. For habits, I recently bought the app DoneFlow. It's got a nice uncluttered UI and a good widget with features you mentioned. I'd suggest you check it.
TickTick - By far the best todo list that gets overlooked because Todoist (more for former iOS users) gets all of the attention. $19.99/yr.
Dark Sky - It's only $2.99/yr, and I just started using it due to the death of Weather Timeline.
OP and all people reading this comment, anyone who creates/wants to create a schedule try to use the TickTick app, I've used quite a few schedule app and this in my opinion is by far the best.
Just so so so many smalls features and configurations along with a minimal design.
Link to download : [link]
^ Android version ^
PS : I'm noway related to this app or promoting it, it has helped me a lot, hence sharing :p
I know that TickTick has something similar under settings > reminder > annoying alert.
I haven't tried it yet though
> Things was so beautifully designed! It's almost making me want to switch back to iOS.
But if you still find yourself with an Android phone and want a great todo app/service, TickTick is amazing.
I'm using ticktick and really very satisfied with it.
Very powerful recurring options, web browser access available, import/export (through web UI only).
If you're looking for a much lightweight app, you may give a try to Microsoft todo also (a little bit too underfeatured for my personal usage though)
There are tons of similar apps, I only give links to the ones I've effectively used or tried.
Have used both Wunderlist and Todoist for extended periods, but prefer TickTick by far.
Regarding notification sync, you may want to check out Join.
Its made by the same people who make gtasks, and is leaps and bounds better. It will also meet all your requirements.
Try TickTick! It will put time based reminders for to-do items up as persistent notifications. I also like that it has a good system for "snoozing" items, allows login with your Google account and has a web interface and a chrome extension. It is similar to Todoist but has more features without a subscription.
The best notes/to-do list app I've found is called TickTick. Much better organization/categorization tools compared to Keep in my opinion.
I use TickTick for such things. The cutom repeat setting for tasks lets you do what you want. It has two modes "due date" and "completion date". "Completion date" is the one.
I've been using Tick Tick for about a month. The two main features I like about it are the optional notification and syncing between devices/browsers.
TickTick has a great reminder system that has never failed me, as well as your other requirements.
Currently I'm using TickTick. Even without payed subscription it's pretty good Todo list.
I've spent way too much time comparing Android apps for what you're wanting, and for the last few years preferred TickTick (someone else just suggested it for you).
You mentioned nested subtasks as a feature you may want. TickTick allows folders with multiple lists, lists with multiple tasks and tasks with subtasks -- one-level deep. And you can repeat reminders, add notes, attachments, view project completion percentage, and more. It's intuitive and visually appealing.
Todoist also has the folders, lists, tasks, subtasks thing, but also allows deeper subtask nesting (subtasks of subtasks). I'm experimenting to see if that ability allows me to organize and prioritize better, but the jury's still out. On one hand, you can visually break down tasks that need other tasks performed but on the other, that nesting can be a bit confusing when trying to ultimately prioritize a main list, I'm finding.
For the features you're probably wanting, you'll need to pay for the Pro version ($29 per year). There is a free version but some features you mentioned are crippled. I've been trying it out for a few months or so. Unexpectedly, based apparently on my usage, I was awarded 90 days Pro version to trial.
Todoist Pro has repeating reminders, comments and attachments like TickTick (but not project completion percentage) and it is also intuitive to use.
TickTick also has a Pro version ($28 per year), but since they don't cripple the free version to the extent Todoist does, one might get by with the free version (limited in numbers of lists, etc, not features).
All-in-all, regardless of free or Pro versions, I'll pay $30 if it's the most suitable for its purpose.
So, I think these are the two best of a bunch of them in Play Store. I've given the biggest differences. I recommend you download both of these to compare them yourself.
Tick Tick is pretty feature rich.
I cannot live without this app, Amazing widgets too
Have you tried TickTick? Not sure if it's exactly what you're looking for, though.
I tried a lot of them some years ago and TickTick stood out of the crowd. Does everything what I need.
Ticktick is far superior to Wunderlist or Todoist.
TickTick is great. Its widgets allow for 100% transparency, so it should work nicely with your theme.
TickTick has this.
I like TickTick
Have you tried TickTick?
I absolutely love Ticktick ([link]).
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Tick Tick is basically a carbon copy of Astrid: [link]
Very simple, and a good widget.
tick tick is the most simple. [link]
I don't know why every reminder app doesn't have that option but over the years I've only found a few.
As far as I can tell though these won't do hourly reminders unfortunately.
edit: well as I was linking them I found this one Recurlog quite a bit like regularly but
more recently updated and looks more current, again no hourly though
I like TickTick as a to do list, and you can also import your calendar into it.
Tick Tick -> [link]
In these threads I always recommend TickTick. I've been using it for years now and has the features you want.
TickTick, and before that Wunderlist
Awesome list/to manager.
ticktick does this. It allows you to set a reminder when leaving an area.
TicTick : Best todo app I have found so far.
TickTick does, but it's not as good.
I like TickTick
I don't use most of it's features.
We are using the following tools at our Startup:
These 4 tools are more than enough for team collaboration.
I'm currently using TickTick (a todo list app). Sharing a browser tab URL is straightforward (share with -> TickTick) . You may add a time and/or a reminder to each event.
On the PC i'm using TickTick Chrome Extension which pops up each items according to their schedule setting.
You could also choose others other "todo" apps as soon they have a synchronized PC client. Microsoft TODO for instance which have a native Windows 10 client
The free version of TickTick, is far superior. [link]
I use it with TickTick all the time.
You might like Tick Tick as well.
It's an app called TickTick, the widget is just the official one that comes with it
I use three:
To Do List Widget Pro (there is a free version, but the pro upgrade is worth it)
The last one is just a widget, but I've found it to be beyond useful. I have multiple instances across my homescreens for various uses. Regarding "due dates", I just ignore them - most apps have a "due now" or "Inbox" option.
TickTick, can sync with Google Calendar and has massive amount of features, most of them for free.
I find TickTick to be the best.
TickTick has been recommended elsewhere in the thread. Haven't checked it out but the screenshots don't look too shabby.
Tick Tick without a doubt. I don't forget jack anymore.
I think tick tick it's a lot better, and also cost a lot less.
Has so many features for free that you have to pay for in other apps.
Also you can sync your list but you don't have to.