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Useful on various situations
From simple checklist to complex project management.
Whether you're going to the grocery store or working on heavily complicated project, GoodTask is just right for you. You can check your checklist on Widget and Apple Watch on-the-go and also manage calendar events with detail subtasks for each task.
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Syncs with ios reminders & calendars, focus and manage, get productive with smart lists.
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Award winning app in various places.
GoodTask has been selected as 'MacStories Selects App of the Year 2018' and has been selected as 'Apps We Love Right Now', 'Be More Productive' and 'Get Stuff Done' on Apple App Store multiple times.
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Unlimited possibilities and customization that GoodTask provides are the key factors of what people love about GoodTask
Exactly what I’ve been searching for
Fantastically customizable client for reminders - I highly recommend GoodTask for anyone using Reminders who wants a more flexible and powerful task manager without having to re-create your tasks in a new system.
Things I don't understand include quantum physics, why we still do daylight savings, and how Goodtask isn't ranked in the top 20 in the App Store.
GoodTask has been life changing Not only is this my favorite app on my phone, it is probably the single most important tool in my life.
Awesome capabilities & support GoodTask is an amazing adjunct to Apple’s Reminders.
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Best Task Management Apps for iPhone and Apple Watch
We, humans, tend to remember things that happened years ago. At the same time, we may forget to buy eggs and bread for the next morning’s breakfast. This is how we are. Thankfully we have created apps to take care of the latter. To-do and task manager apps for iPhone, Apple Watch, etc., remind us never to miss something.
If you have never used such an app, you might ridicule it. But once you use any of the task manager apps for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch mentioned here, and you will thank yourself (and maybe us too) for downloading them.
Termed as “must-have app” by NY Times, USA Today, Lifehacker, Any.do has to be in your special collection of task manager apps. You can quickly create to-do lists and sync them with your calendar and Facebook.
Keep track of your tasks for the day, week and month. With the smart calendar coordination, it lets you schedule meetings with your colleagues.
It sends you reminders for a scheduled time or when you reach a particular spot. Furthermore, Any.do supports multiple languages including English, Arabic, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian and more.
Compatibility: iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch Price: Free Download
One of the best features of this app is that you can manage your tasks even offline. The app is appreciated by the bigwigs of media fraternity in the USA. You can add, complete, and reschedule tasks from your phone, tablet, desktop, browser, email and more.
Todoist is flexible enough to integrate with other apps like Google Drive, Cloud Magic, Sunrise Calendar, Toggl, IFTTT, and Zapier. If this doesn’t convince you to download this app, more than 4 million users can vouch for its usefulness. Moreover, you can use this app from your Apple Watch.
3. 24me Smart Personal Assistant
Manage all your CALENDARS, TASKS, NOTES and Personal Accounts with just a single app – 24me Smart Personal Assistant. With the help of advanced technology, 24me syncs all your tasks with calendars and connect to Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Exchange, Yahoo! Calendar, Apple iCal, and others.
Redefine your productivity with auto-generation of your tasks; all you need to do is to select which account you wish to connect. The app will remind you about upcoming bill payments from your service providers, special events of friends and family, financial, social networks, Reminders from your native Reminders app.
Due on your iPhone, it’s impossible to forget any task as this app keeps reminding you until you take any action. Another significant feature of Due is that you are not required to create an account to use this app.
Due is optimized for iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch. Sounding alerts play a vital role in a reminder app, and Due has 58 different sounding alerts of different lengths to choose from. Sync your reminders with iPhone, iPad, and Mac with iCloud or Dropbox.
Compatibility: iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch Price: $4.99 Download
5. gTasks Pro
With gTasks Pro you can sync all your tasks across all iDevices. It brings the best of both worlds – Google and iPhone. Since the former is a widely used product around the globe, you can easily manage your tasks and integrate the same with different platforms of Google.
You can view your tasks and calendar events in one place; keep your tasks organized with subtasks; it offers location-based reminders like when you leave your office; set repeating tasks such as “pay bills” every month.
Compatibility: iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch Price: $5.99 Download
6. Hitask: Team Task Management
After you install it on the first screen, it says ‘Task Management Made Delightfully Simple.’ I used the app, and I find it to be true. Hitask is available on desktop, tablets, mobile devices, etc. It is feature-packed and lets you create projects, events, and more. Other features include shared calendar, document storage, time tracking, reports, team chat, tags, Google Calendar integration, ability to export your data, and many more!
Insides of the Hitask app is clean. The overall appearance is calm and professional. This app takes your team task management to a new, improved level. You can create a team or join one. You will have to pay and upgrade to be able to take advantage of all the features that this app offers.
Compatibility: iPhone Price: Free Download
There is a number of task management apps available on App Store, but hardly any single app would you find that boasts visual to-do list. DropTask offers that visual to-do list to its users.
DropTask has got extraordinary features like out-of-the-box design, Collaboration, Unlimited Tasks & Groups, Unlimited Subtasks, Project Themes, Evernote Integration, Priority Support and more. It’s works mainly on three levels – Projects, Groups, and Tasks. First, a user can create a Project and give a name to it; below the Project, a user can add Groups and Tasks, and subtasks too.
8. Errands To-Do List
If quick functions coupled with pleasing design are what you look for, download Errands on your iPhone. The app is a combination of classic and advanced features like folders, checklists, task images, scheduling & repeating, alerts, automatic badge updating, calendar view, mail tasks, multiple view modes, search and more.
The premium version of this app enables you to sync all your tasks with iCloud, and then you can access the same from multiple iOS devices – iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, etc. Its unique feature allows notes to be viewed as a checklist, which comes handy for small shopping lists.
Compatibility: iPhone and iPad Price: Free (Upgrade to Premium: $4.99) Download
9. Microsoft To Do
Stay organized and manage your life with this leading task management app that’s got all the right tools for optimal personalization. Supercharge your productivity with the daily planner, smart notifications, intelligent suggestions, and more.
You can set single or recurring due dates and reminders to always stay on top of things. Break down your tasks into smaller, manageable steps and keep things organized with the ability to attach up to 25MB of files to any task.
Compatibility: iPhone and iPad Price: Free Download
What’s your favorite task manager?
So, these are our top task manager apps for iOS. Assuming you have liked exploring them. Have we missed to include any app in this covetous list? Feel free to let us know that in the comments below.
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GoodTask - To Do List, Tasks 4+
Reminders, planner, calendar, haha interactive.
- 4.6 • 1.7K Ratings
- Offers In-App Purchases
Various bug fixes and lots of small improvements (v7.3) - Live Activities : Start 'Focus' on 'Next Page' to open Live Activities : Next task will show on your lock screen or in your Dynamic Island on iPhone 14 Pro (iOS 16.1 required) & many other bugs fixed
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Fantastically customizable client for reminders
I already felt that GoodTask was worth the $9.99 when I bought it last year, but this developer keeps making it better. Over time, they have made using the app more efficient, they have added more functional customization, and they have added the ability to create and share highly customized visual themes. I was pleasantly surprised at how great custom themes are for making information more recognizable at a glance. GoodTask has a two-week free trial and uses the same data as Apple's built-in Reminders app. All the tasks you have in Reminders show up in GoodTask, and any tasks you enter in GoodTask show in Reminders. When you use Siri to add a reminder, it shows up in both Reminders and GoodTask. If you are using reminders, this means you can try out GoodTask, full-featured, for free, with the safety net of easily returning to Reminders, should you decide not to buy GoodTask after the trial. I highly recommend GoodTask for anyone using Reminders who wants a more flexible and powerful task manager without having to re-create your tasks in a new system.
Exactly what I’ve been searching for
Let me start off my saying I NEVER buy apps that are over $0.99. At first I thought I wasted ten dollars, but once I figured out the settings I was able to utilize this app exactly the way I wanted to. My husband and I share family iOS reminders and calendars, but I wanted something more comprehensive for subtasks, and mainly recurring events so I could check off habits throughout the day without having to uncheck a full list every morning. But I also didn’t want to disturb his process and make him download a new app. The other thing I wanted was a place where I could see my calendar events and tasks all in one place, and once I figured out that I could turn off “separate calendar events,” all my boxes were checked. The smart lists were a bonus, as I didn’t understand when I bought it just how customizable they were. I have smart lists for every vantage point that I normally had to manually search in the native iOS app, and I feel like even though there was a little learning curve, it’s going to save me so much time moving forward.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for awesome feedback! :) One thing to point out is that you can long tap + button to choose an option to add calendar events. I'll do my best to improve the app with continuous updates. Visit GoodTask forum for more. Thanks!
Brilliant in so many ways!!
Like most of you who are taking the time to read this, I’ve spent a small fortune over the years buying every single todo app on the market. No, really... name one, any one, and I guarantee you I’ve bought it. Some of them are better at certain things than others, and that will always be the case, but GoodTask is the one that continually stands above them all for me. It’s one of those apps that constantly — and I do mean constantly — surprises me with extra features I had no idea it had. I’m still discovering amazing things, even after almost a year of using it every single day. I’ll often find myself wishing that it could do a particular thing, and to my surprise, an option to make that happen has existed all along... I just didn’t look deep enough. I spent almost 30 years developing software, and seriously, the level of detailed thought that this developer has put into how to make this app do things is off the charts. I’m very impressed! Five stars from me. I highly recommend this app to everyone!
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The perfect on the go experience. Meet the Apple Watch to-do list.
Turn your watch into a productivity power house. view your lists, check tasks, subtasks & notes, create reminders and receive notifications straight from your wrist..
Stay in control
Get smart reminders directly to your wrist to keep track of your agenda. Synced across multiple platforms, you’re 100% guaranteed to never miss out an action item.
Keep it simple
Using voice commands only, you can now add tasks and manage reminders straight from your Apple Watch. Choose to complete or postpone tasks as the day goes by, right from your wrist - it only takes seconds to increase your productivity.
“The Apple Watch app is everything!!! Thank you for creating the best to-do app ever.” BL [email protected] | Any.do for ios
“ 😍😍😍You guys are on it, dog gon’ it!! I love this app, it’s the best productivity app on the market!! If you can’t get things done with this app, it’s because you’re dead!! The new Apple Watch integration is stellar!! Beautiful, easy to use, intuitive, all the things you need in the app, right on your wrist!! It was well worth the wait 😍😍😍."” GA gata247 | Any.do for ios
“Adding this app to my daily routine has helped me stay very organized with my business personal life and even my shopping list. The best part about this app is that I can share a lot of these features with my family members to allow them to also be able to take advantage of this amazing to do list application. I recommend this to anyone who wants to improve their life and become on top of everything that you need organized.” LO Lolz | Any.do for ios
“Knocking out my to-do list consistently! Fantastic tool!” JE Jegedlife | Any.do for ios
“Seriously this app is the best that I have found for to do apps. Download now.” TO Touch screen computree | Any.do for ios
“This app is a lifesaver. My lists keep me organized at work and at home. Can't live without it.” WC WCTOP | Any.do for ios
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Any.do is available across all platforms including mobile, web, desktop and even virtual assistants. Whenever you feel productive - we got your back.
Using Things on Apple Watch
We’ve designed the Apple Watch version of Things to be suitable for quick interactions on your wrist. Rather than being a full-blown app for task management, it’s a smaller version focused on task accomplishment . That’s why it shows your Today list and nothing else – so you can focus on what you’re doing now.
In this article:
Install things on your apple watch, connect to things cloud, get things done, add new to-dos, add to-dos to today by default.
- Enable watch face complications
See to-dos on the Siri watch face
Things for Apple Watch is included with your purchase of Things for iPhone. It requires watchOS 5 or later.
Once you’ve installed the app on your iPhone, you can proceed to install it on your Apple Watch , too.
After the app has finished installing on your Apple Watch, you can press the Digital Crown on the side of your watch to locate the app and run it.
The first time you run Things on your Apple Watch, you’ll be prompted to connect it to Things Cloud. This is necessary because Things Cloud is what keeps your to-dos in sync across your devices. If you don’t already have an account, you can create one for free.
When you tap Connect , your Things Cloud data will be transferred over to the Apple Watch from your iPhone. This could take a few minutes . Once it’s finished, your Apple Watch will begin syncing directly with Things Cloud.
Things for Apple Watch is meant to be a simple companion to the main app you have on your other devices. Rather than being a full task manager, Things for Apple Watch only shows your Today list so you can focus on what you’re doing now.
So when you rise in the morning, open Things on one of your other devices and arrange the to-dos in your Today list in the order you want to do them. That order will then be reflected on your wrist, and you can go about your day, marking them complete as you go.
As you complete to-dos, you’ll notice that your progress is recorded in a ring in the top left corner of the screen inside the app. Just like with your activity rings, your goal for the day is to close this ring.
If you decide you won’t complete a to-do today, you can reschedule it directly from your watch:
- Tap a to-do to open it.
- In the top right corner of the screen, tap the arrow button.
- Choose a future date.
If you would prefer to simply remove the to-do from your Today list – and thereby remove it from your Apple Watch – tap Clear in the date picker. (This will put the to-do in the Anytime list on your other devices.)
Calendar events are not stored in Things and aren’t synced to Things on Apple Watch. To see your calendar events on the Watch, use a calendar app or complication.
You can use your Apple Watch to create new to-dos. When you create a to-do on your Apple Watch, it will sync to Things Cloud and appear on your other devices as well.
There are several ways to create to-dos with your watch: from inside the Things app, via a complication, or via Siri:
- On your Apple Watch, open Things .
- Tap the + button.
- On the keyboard that appears, type the title for your to-do (you can also swipe your finger around on the keys to “scribble” the words). to reveal the keyboard. If you’d rather not type, tap and speak instead.">
- Tap to speak your to-do’s title, or tap if you prefer to scribble it with your finger.
At this time, there’s no way to set a default input method; you’ll be prompted you each time.
By default, your new to-do will be saved to Things’ Inbox , which means you won’t see it on your Apple Watch. If you plan to do it today, change the default setting or just tap the animation that appears and the to-do will hop over to your Today list instead.
- On your Apple Watch, add the + complication.
- Tap the + complication on your watch face.
(1) The “Add complication” requires watchOS 7. (2) At this time, there’s no way to set a default input method; you’ll be prompted you each time.
If you would like, you can make Today the default list for new to-dos:
- On your watch, open Things .
- In the main list, tap and hold the screen.
- Tap Settings .
- Scroll down and toggle the Today switch on.
- In the top left corner, tap Done .
You can use Siri to create new to-dos by speaking. Simply press and hold the Digital Crown on the side of your watch and say something like:
“ Using Things, remind me to buy milk at 5 PM. ”
Keep in mind:
- Siri is an Apple service and requires an internet connection.
- Siri requires you to speak with a specific syntax. If you don’t speak your phrases correctly, Siri will have trouble understanding you. Check our guide for some tips on what to say.
Via Siri Shortcuts
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This setting will be applied to new to-dos created inside the watch app itself, or when using the Add complication.
- In the Today list, tap and hold on the progress ring.
Enable complications on the watch face
Things provides several watch face complications that show you information about your to-dos at a glance. Complications are also useful because you can quickly tap them to open the app.
Things has three types of complications you can use, depending on your watch face.
Ring complications show the percentage of progress you’ve made towards completing every to-do on your Today list. Your goal each day is to finish that list, which closes the ring.
Title complications show the title of your next 1 or 3 to-dos, so you can see what you need to do next.
Add complications only show a + button. They allow you to quickly create a to-do from the watch face using dictation or scribble.
To add a complication to your watch face, follow these instructions .
(1) A complication will sometimes show Things data from the iPhone which is more recent than the data inside the watch app. This means that when you open the watch app it might take a moment to “catch up”. (2) When using your watch in Low Power Mode (watchOS 9 or newer), complications update less often.
Apple’s Siri watch face tries to be clever, showing you different information throughout the day at a relevant time. We’ve made it possible for Things’ data to be shown there, too: if you set a reminder time for a to-do, Things will tell your Apple Watch that this to-do will be relevant at that time, so that it can appear on the watch face a little earlier.
Please note, however, that Siri decides what will be shown on the watch face; we have no way to force your to-dos to appear.
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