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Team-based task management solution brings app to Android

Developer Appigo has announced the launch of Todo Pro in beta for Android, a companion app for its task management service of the same name. The app has been in private testing since February, and now a beta build is available on Google Play now for devices running Android 2.1 and above.

Todo Pro is a collaborative task management service with an app presence on iOS and MacOS for several years. The new Android app allows tasks to be managed and shared between team members, and assignments to be given to individual members, complete with support for comments and location tagging.

It's a subscription-based service, but basic web accounts are free, and premium accounts come with a 14-day trial period. Beyond that, it's $1.99 per month or $19.99 for a year.

Hit the Google Play Store link above to grab the Todo Pro beta.

 
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Even though I keep my phone with me all the time, I still find that a piece of paper with my todo list written down is best.
However, now that Google Now supports setting reminders, I have started using them for the time sensitive todo's.

I've tried using dedicated apps, they just don't seem to work for my workflow.

This one is certainly a good looking app though...

deadlock4400 says:

@Alex Dobie

Thanks for the post.

vicw926a4 says:

Very impressive app, with every feature I need, and the most intuitive, clean and elegant UI of any ToDo apps that I've tried yet, and I've been testing a bunch of them, looking for an Astrid replacement. The only weakness I see is the limited widget - with a fixed size (4x4), and no scrolling. There is also the question as to whether the app will remain free for non-premium accounts after the beta is completed?

rmunn says:

There's also Trello, which I've found quite useful to keep track of my to-do list. It's team-based, and free with a premium option -- but the premium option's extra features are mostly oriented towards businesses making use of Trello in a large-scale way; the free option does everything I've ever needed. The Android app is free, too. It's by far my favorite of any todo apps I've ever used.