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Create task lists, mind maps, kanban boards, outline notes, and video chat, all in one unified workspace. Taskade is a real-time organization and collaboration tool for getting work done, faster & smarter. Taskade is free, simple, flexible, and fun!.
Task management has never been this easy. Simplicity, however, is not achieved at the expense of powerful features. Download your free trial today and start getting more things done with less effort.
OmniFocus is designed to quickly capture your thoughts and ideas to store, manage, and help you process them into actionable to-do items.
Any.DO helps you get things done with your friends in a simple & elegant way. It's free, simple & fun.
Simple GTD application to manage your tasks and to-dos. Syncs with web server. Complete with the usual Inbox, Today, Next, Tomorrow, Scheduled and Someday "buckets" as most GTD programs have. You can also create Projects for tasks with multiple steps.
Nirvana is a secure, cloud-based GTD® task manager accessible from your desktop web browser and mobile devices. If you have more to do than you can manage in your head, or if you want greater clarity of mind and focus in life, Nirvana is for you.
2Do lets you take a completely different approach to managing your tasks. With its extremely simple-to-use interface and a comprehensive and flexible set of powerful features, it lets you focus on what's most important to you: your life.
Sorted is not a to-do list app. We help you setup your daily schedule fast. Like in little more than ten seconds fast. We combine powerful gestures and a slim interface to make quick work of scheduling your tasks.
ThinkingRock open source and multi-platform software for Getting Things Done - the stress-free productivity methodology and international best selling book by David Allan. [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Getting_Things_Done ]