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It depends on what you want to do. If you just want to keep dead-simple text notes in the cloud, which can be used for anything from Todo lists to writing your manifesto, SimpleNote works for me. If you want to have very specific files synced between computers (and the cloud) of any type, I use and love DropBox. If you're looking specifically for a Todo ...
My personal favourite is the tasks within gmail. Google Tasks The things I like best about it are the multiple levels of tasks and hotkey control. You are able to indent, unindent, move up and down just by the keyboard. There is also multiple lists.
I really like the style and organization capabilities associated with wunderlist. In addition to keeping lists for Today, Tomorrow, 7 Days, and Someday you can add specific due dates and view tasks either in separate lists or all-in-one. You can also star tasks, search tasks, reorder them, share them, and print them out. I'll stop since I'm sounding a bit ...
I looked long and hard for something with sub-tasks. Toodledo is what I landed on. It costs about $15 a year for the version with subtasks, but it handles them well. It also lets me organize under folder so your heirarchial breakdown is Folder>>Task>>Subtask. While infinite levels of subtasks would be nice, ie, assigning subtasks to tasks, this lets me do ...
You could do this with Toodledo. It would use Twitter as an intermediary. You can create a Toodeldo task by sending a DM on Twitter. You can send Tweets (including DMs) via SMS.
It has already been shut down and we all have turned to other to-do app instead. Currently in the market, you have many choices. Some are even better than Astrid. I am using TickTick now and recommend you to have a try also. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ticktick.task
It got shut down, so you can’t access it anymore. First off, we want to sincerely thank you for being an Astrid user over the years. Your support every step of the way has meant the world to us. As of August 5, 2013, we will be closing the Astrid service. (Emphasis by me.) And they recommend exporting your tasks and start using a different app. ...
One of the best comparisons I've found is actually this table from toodledo, even though they are comparing their competition I think they do a fairly honest job. I am going to go out on a limb a little bit and say you might want to look at some project management tools as well. They might fit your needs, but can also get very complex if you're just looking ...
there are a lot of alternatives out there, I will give some popular ones so you won't waste too much of your time finding the perfect stuff :) RememberTheMilk Google Task Note taking tools with task list feature: SpringPad Evernote
Basecamp has 3 levels of hierarchy: Milestones -> ToDo Lists -> ToDos (though a ToDo List doesn't necessarily need to relate to a Milestone). You can change the Milestone that a ToDo List relates to by Editing the ToDo List and selecting a different Milestone, as follows: You can also change the ToDo List that a ToDo belongs to. Under Basecamp's To-Dos ...
Take a look at reqall Adding a reminder by email is for Pro accounts only, but the free accounts lets you add items via IM, web, phone call, smartphone apps, and it's really good at handling natural language inputs. There is iCal support as well as Google Calendar integration.
Recently, I started using Remember the Milk. It's a very simple task manager that has resulted in me becoming much more productive in the last month. Sure, I work alone, but I showed RTM to my dad and he has started using it with his team - they all love it. Try it out and see if you like it!
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