Ultimate To-Do List - Tablet

Ultimate To-Do List - Tablet


A to-do list and notebook for power users - designed for tablets - which syncs with Toodledo and Google Tasks / gTasks.

This is a 14 day free trial. After the trial, a license may be purchased for $5.

ORGANIZE:

- Re-sizable split-screen view, designed for tablet devices.
- Organize tasks by folder, location, context, tags, goal, star, and subtasks.
- Supports complex repeating patterns (for example: every Tuesday and Thursday).
- Track both estimated and actual length of tasks. Includes a built-in timer.
- Organize your notes into folders.
- Link your tasks with contacts on your device. Allows you to quickly call, e-mail, or navigate to someone right from your to-do list.
- Supports Toodledo's collaboration and sharing features.
- 2 home screen widgets: a task list (in multiple sizes), and a new task button

SYNCHRONIZE:

- Synchronizes with Toodledo.com and Google Tasks / gTasks, allowing access from both your desktop computer and handset. Supports all features supported by Toodledo and Google.
- Supports multiple accounts.
- Automatic synchronization, including instant upload of changes on your tablet to Toodledo and Google.
- Supports subtasks without a paid Toodledo Pro account. (Subtask syncing requires a Toodledo Pro or Google account.)

PRIORITIZE:

- Includes 5 priority levels and a task status field (active, planning, waiting, etc.).
- Option to set a time based and/or location based reminder (proximity alert) for a task. When linking a task with a location, a location alarm will occur when you reach that location.
- Optional nagging alarms remind you again if you don't hear the sound or feel the vibration.
- Custom vibrate patterns, sounds, and light colors allow you to distinguish a task alarm from other alarms.
- Snooze alarms until later if you can't do the task right away.

CUSTOMIZE:

- Filter and search on any task field.
- Sort by up to 3 levels, on any task field.
- Configurable display allows you to see the exact information you are interested in.
- Save your filter, sort, and display options into custom views for quick access later.
- Customizable interface: Turn off the features you don't want to keep things simple.
- Choice of light or dark theme.

Recent changes:
Works around an issue with intermittent sync failures caused by problems with Google's servers.
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About Ultimate To-Do List - Tablet
A to-do list and notebook for power users - designed for tablets - which syncs with Toodledo and Google Tasks / gTasks.

This is a 14 day free trial. After the trial, a license may be purchased for $5.

ORGANIZE:

- Re-sizable split-screen view, designed for tablet devices.
- Organize tasks by folder, location, context, tags, goal, star, and subtasks.
- Supports complex repeating patterns (for example: every Tuesday and Thursday).
- Track both estimated and actual length of tasks. Includes a built-in timer.
- Organize your notes into folders.
- Link your tasks with contacts on your device. Allows you to quickly call, e-mail, or navigate to someone right from your to-do list.
- Supports Toodledo's collaboration and sharing features.
- 2 home screen widgets: a task list (in multiple sizes), and a new task button

SYNCHRONIZE:

- Synchronizes with Toodledo.com and Google Tasks / gTasks, allowing access from both your desktop computer and handset. Supports all features supported by Toodledo and Google.
- Supports multiple accounts.
- Automatic synchronization, including instant upload of changes on your tablet to Toodledo and Google.
- Supports subtasks without a paid Toodledo Pro account. (Subtask syncing requires a Toodledo Pro or Google account.)

PRIORITIZE:

- Includes 5 priority levels and a task status field (active, planning, waiting, etc.).
- Option to set a time based and/or location based reminder (proximity alert) for a task. When linking a task with a location, a location alarm will occur when you reach that location.
- Optional nagging alarms remind you again if you don't hear the sound or feel the vibration.
- Custom vibrate patterns, sounds, and light colors allow you to distinguish a task alarm from other alarms.
- Snooze alarms until later if you can't do the task right away.

CUSTOMIZE:

- Filter and search on any task field.
- Sort by up to 3 levels, on any task field.
- Configurable display allows you to see the exact information you are interested in.
- Save your filter, sort, and display options into custom views for quick access later.
- Customizable interface: Turn off the features you don't want to keep things simple.
- Choice of light or dark theme.

Recent changes:
Works around an issue with intermittent sync failures caused by problems with Google's servers.

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A Google User
Jun 16, 2014
My favourite app I can organize my tasks in so many ways at once. It syncs with Toodledo which means there is a backup. This app was worth the money and then some! ~ I am the type of person who, if I can't see something (e.g. if it is in a drawer), forgets about its existence. This app is made for people like me. I can organize by room, date, goal and section of the week (e.g. Mon to Thurs & Fri to Sun). I love this app!!
A Google User
May 25, 2014
High ROI Great app. User for over a year. The more I use it, the more I get out of it. Its that good. Highly recommended.
A Google User
Mar 22, 2014
Make it compatible with xhalo floating windows xposed module 1. Password protection 2. Provide an option to show TAGS , goals, status etc. Of every task without opening the details of it, for now it shows folder/context only 3. Also provide the ability to select multiple folder, context, TAGS, GOALS but not status obviously! The more we can customize it, more good it will be 4. Old notification gets overridden by the New one when the user hasn't swiped the older notification (User might be wanting to look at it later) 5. Shortcut for NOTES (not widget), Thank you!
A Google User
Feb 22, 2014
Feature packed but not easy to read interface There is something about the way tasks are displayed that makes them difficult to read quickly. They all seem to blend in together and there is no expandable sub grouping of tasks to help manage the tasks you have chosen to work with. Very powerful ability to choose tasks to work with but then just dumps them on the screen in an unmanageable indistinguishable list.
A Google User
Feb 11, 2014
Shortcut for NOTES (not widget) Great, needs ui overhaul, pocket informant looks good but not functional Suggestion in accordance with my priority: 1. Ability to make hierarchy of folders, context etc. (sub folders) 2. Also provide password protection too 3. waste of space on 10" screen, there could be 3 columns 1 and 2 are the existing ones and third for displaying the content of a task etc. When tapped on one 4. provide an option to show TAGS , goals, status etc. Of every task without opening the details of it, for now it shows folder/context only 5. Also provide the ability to select multiple folder, context, TAGS, GOALS but not status obviously! The more we can customize it, more good it will be 6. Old notification gets overridden by the New one when the user hasn't swiped the older notification (for later use, like a few hours later) Thank you sirs! Update : Somebody listening?