Yahoo has shuttered Astrid, the popular to-do list app, which it acquired on July 5th. To help Astrid users, we have put together a list of alternative to-do apps. We’ve included links to the apps and a brief description of what the apps do below.
1. Any.do: “Millions use Any.do every day to remember all the tasks they want to-do and make sure they get them done. Key benefits: Seamless cloud sync, Speech recognition, Alerts, Any.do Moment, Snooze tasks, Google Task Sync, Notes, Sub tasks, Amazing Widgets, Repeating / Recurring Tasks, Missed call, Auto complete, In app actions, Gesture support & much more!”
2. Wunderlist: “Wunderlist is the easiest way to manage and share your daily to-do lists. Whether you’re running your own business, planning an overseas adventure or sharing a shopping list with a loved one, Wunderlist is here to help you get things done.”
3. Remember the Milk: “Take your to-do list anywhere with this feature-packed app; never forget the milk (or anything else) again. Remember The Milk (RTM) for Android connects with the popular online service of the same name. With millions of users worldwide, Remember The Milk is everywhere you are: from your phone, to the web, to your Google apps, and more.”
4. Toodledo: “Organize Your Tasks. Use folders, tags, contexts, subtasks and more to organize, search and sort through your tasks. Improve Your Productivity. Toodledo’s hotlist, customizable alarms, and sortable online to-do list will help you remember to complete tasks on-time. Go Anywhere. Get Toodledo on your mobile phone, in your email, on your calendar, integrated directly into your web browser, and more. Collaborate. Easily work with other people on shared projects with Toodledo’s collaboration tools.”
5. Todoist: “At Doist, we specialize in productivity software. We create tools that simplify and organize the workday. It’s a modest goal, but an important one.When software tames the chaos and streamlines the little things, it frees you to focus on the big things. Things that amaze. Things that inspire. Things that change the world.”