The Daily Project Alternatives

    The Daily Project is described as 'A Productivity Tool designed around simplicity and efficiency, while giving you a lot more flexibility to manage your tasks' and is an app in the Office & Productivity category. There are more than 100 alternatives to The Daily Project for a variety of platforms, including Online / Web-based, iPhone, Android, Windows and Mac. The best alternative is Trello, which is free. Other great apps like The Daily Project are Todoist (Freemium), Quire (Freemium), Asana (Freemium) and WorkFlowy (Freemium).

    This page was last updated Sep 12, 2020

      • iPhone
      Meet CARROT, the to-do list with a personality.
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      • FreemiumProprietary
      • Android
      GTasks is a simple and efficient task management app with both local and google account modes. You can customize your to do list, set reminder, share tasks with your friends, family members or colleagues and sync with your google tasks perfectly.
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    1. GeeTeeDee is a fancy, lightweight, easy to use and effective task management software.

      Discontinued

      The program is no longer updated. Last versions, released in December 2014, can be still downloaded from the official website.

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    2. This program helps you organizing your dates and tasks and reminds you of upcoming events.
      • Online
      • iPhone
      A simple todo-List manager with a focused clutter-free design to help you get things done.
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    3. germ.io is a project management tool that is centered around ideas and taking them through to execution.

      Discontinued

      No registrations not accepted. Facebook page updated in 2015.

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      • FreeProprietary
      • Self-Hosted
      Simple way to manage your todo list in AJAX style. Written in PHP and jQuery. Data stored in SQLite or MySQL database. Distributed under the GNU GPL License. Features Multiple lists Task notes Tags (and tag cloud)
    4. I use an app that helps me stay focused and keep from getting overwhelmed. It’s called iMDone and it does this by letting you hide the distraction of things you haven’t done and allows you to move your tasks in and between lists while keeping them in sync with your code.
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    5. 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.
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    6. For agile teams or individuals looking for a kanban or brainstorming tool. Collaborate in real-time using virtual sticky notes or cards. From mind mapping and free-form to organized grid structures, this is a TODO project management lean tool for any project.
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