Boost your productivity with one of these To-Do apps.
Finding the right to-do list app can be exhausting and time-consuming especially when looking for a free version(trust me, I know). In this blog, I'll be sharing some of the top free to-do list apps along with some of their advantages and disadvantages.
Note: There's no particular hierarchy for the numbering as they're numbered randomly.
Microsoft To-Do: If you're looking for something simple and minimal then this should be your go-to choice. It is easy to set up and start using and it is easily customizable. It also syncs with the mobile app on your phone so you can create tasks on the go. Microsoft To-Do is free forever.
Tick Tick: Boasted as MKBHD's productivity app of choice, (at least that's what they describe it as) this app has quite the features. For starters, it has apps on all the major operating systems and browsers so you can create tasks from anywhere. You can pretty much do anything you need with its free version without needing to upgrade. But if you do, it's just $2.99/month.
Tweek: This is a web-based app in a calendar form. It is very easy to use and minimal and you can schedule tasks for the whole week with its drag and drop feature. It is 100% free to use(for now at least), just register an account and you're good to go.
Todoist: Currently the no.1 to-do app when it comes to power and simplicity. It also has support for all the platforms. It has a free version with an upgrade of $3/month.
Asana: Asana is also a web app with iOS and Android applications. Its free version alone is enough to sustain you for your personal use. It is also great for teams as it offers easy collaboration features and app integrations.
Other apps that I didn't mention but worth checking out.
- Things 3
- Omnifocus 3
- Remember the milk