I have been through soooo many to do list and task management apps both on the computer and on Android. This is the one that kept me coming back, kept me on track, and has actually worked for me. A fellow student in my masters program introduced me to it and I love it. I also contacted support twice for questions about features like Bulk Add Task, and they responded promptly and professionally.
This app meets my needs perfectly. Flexible enough for me to develop my own system, reliable and nicely designed. Tech support is extremely responsive. I was sad when Wunderlist announced its impending shutdown but it turned out well because I like RTM much better. A very good app for people who like to do things their own way versus a more "opinionated" solution. And I figured out the interface quickly.
I've used the RTM website for years and love it for implementing GTD. The keyboard shortcuts and predictive typing are incredible, and the rest grouping of projects and lists are great. I recently looked at alternatives like Todoist and Moo.do, but they don't come close to RTMs grouping capabilities and ease of use. The app continues with all of these features, allowing me to open the app got a favorite project instead of showing me all tasks all the time. Synchronization is immediate and seamless. I really have looked at other options, but can't find anything that matches RTMs ability to let me get things done with a minimum of tasks and without any friction.
Neat. 4/5 cause swiping feels buggy: I understand that swiping requires a minimum speed to be successfully triggered, but you should do something to fix the animation when it doesn't. At the current time If you try to slide slowly over a task either left or right you get this behavior.
Hate the name, but love the functionality. Importing single or multiple tasks by email is fantastic: Can prepare a "project" offline with a set of tasks and due dates, and then import it. Can also send that set of tasks, or any individual tasks, to another user. Only bit I wish was better: a graphical view of tasks in progress based on start due and due date would be good (Gantt chart) but maybe I am expecting too much. It needs self discipline to keep using it and keep it up to date, but so far it has lasted the test of time better than anything else I have tried.
Fantastic so far. I found RTM when searching for a new app after Wunderlist was subsumed into the depth of mediocrity that is Microsoft and improvements stopped whilst features were removed! But RTM does everything that Wunderlist did and that I wished it did and more. I've been able to make my prioritisation and tracking of to do even more useful to me. It is a joy to use.
* Fixed: An issue with time estimate parsing in languages other than English.
* Fixed: An issue with repeat interval parsing in Swedish.
* Fixed: An issue with the 'sharedWith' search operator.
* Fixed: An issue with the 'isTagged' search operator.
* Fixed: An issue where drag and drop ordering in the Android app would not sync up properly to the web app in some cases.
* More: See rmilk.com/androidupdate for more release notes.