Top Android To-Do List Apps

androgeek-to-do-listWe, at AndroGeek, cannot express how much we love Android. The freedom, the flexibility, the diversity – these are the factors that keeps us “happy campers.” But although we love Android down to the core, it doesn’t change the fact that we’re frail and imperfect human beings.

We’re not robots for Android’s sake. We forget birthdays and anniversaries, we miss deadlines and goals, and we even forget how old we are sometimes. That’s why we need tools, in the form of task management apps, that will help us get through each passing day. Today, we bring to you the best to-do list apps available on the greatest mobile platform in the planet. Ready?

Google Keep


Google Keep is Google’s answer to all popular task management apps out there, and we couldn’t be happier. The app for Android, in particular, is an answered prayer.

With it, users can scribble notes, write to-dos and assignments, save photos or voice notes, or write just about anything. Plus, the capability to change colors is very Google-ish.

Launched in March, Google Keep works for Android devices running Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich and above. It gets even better. Just recently, Google launched a stand-alone Google Keep app for Google Chrome.

Price: Free
Download: Google Play



There are tons of task management apps on Google Play, but Any.DO just stands out. One, its design is neat and simple. Its white and blue design is comfortable on the eyes, and navigation is very easy.

Second, Any.DO is ubiquitous, as it also has a nifty Chrome app and soon-to-be-available web app. There’s also one for the iPhone, but that’s a different story.

Lastly, we also love the widget and the useful “Status bar.” Any.DO is free and it also supports speech recognition, alerts, recurring tasks, notes, Google task syncronization, and a whole lot more. 

Price: Free
Download: Google Play



Wunderlist has been around now for quite some time, and, considering the updates it has received lately, it still deserves a place in our list. Wunderlist will not just allow users to write down their daily tasks, it also supports sharing and, just recently, the capability to assign to-dos, but for a small fee of $4.99 a month.

But, personally, the free plan is just fine. For starters, Wunderlist features lists, recurring tasks, reminders, notes, notifications, a calendar, and many more. Perhaps what separates Wunderlist from the humdrum is its eye-candy design. Users can choose from one cool theme to another. Plus, the app is also available on the web, Windows, Mac OS, and iOS.

Price: Free Plan/ $4.99 per month for the Pro version
Download: Google Play

Do it (Tomorrow)


Another favorite of ours is the simplistic Do it (Tomorrow) app. Similar to Any.Do and Wunderlist, Do it (Tomorrow) also has dedicated apps for the web, and, duh, the iPhone and the iPad.

Anyway, we like this app for its extremely simple and straight-to-the-point design. Opening the app will present you with a notebook with a skeuomorphic design. And that’s pretty much it. Simply add your to-dos and you’re good to go.

At the end of each day, you can go back to your list to scratch the finished ones. The unfinished ones are automatically forwarded to the next day. Sounds cool huh? No need to reschedule tasks, no rewrites required, period. And yes, it is free.

Price: Free
Download: Google Play



Being an AndroGeek means loving the strange, the different, and the technical stuff, even if that entails loving the weird world of agile and scrum project management. For those who love complex stuff, or something out of the ordinary. Consider Trello, a new contender in the world of task management.

Although this app is more like a project management app, Trello is no stranger to managing tasks. We, personally, like the sequential approach of the app, to wit, the capability to move tasks from “To-do,” “Doing,” and “Done.” With Trello, Android users can add tasks, also called “cards.” Users can then move tasks from one list to another. Each card can also host checklists, comments, photos, and file attachments.

Users can also view who’s currently online or using the app, and assign tasks to members within the board. Trello is free and is available on the web, Windows 8, and iOS. For power users, there’s a paid plan called Business Class which offers more features – features that aren’t really useful unless you’re managing a team of people or a business.

Price: Free Plan/ $25 per month for Business Class
Download: Google Play

And that’s pretty much it. We hope you’ll find these apps to be useful. But before you leave this page, do remember that your success doesn’t really depend on the apps that you use. Yes, they can help –  a lot – but, most of the time, if you aren’t taking responsibility, it’ll all boil down to nothing. Cheers!