The Cow Is Back I reluctantly let my subscription to RTM lapse a couple of years back because they failed to keep up with the times. But this new design and new features have put them back on top of the pile. If you consider RTM relic from the past, give them a try again. I'm happy to put Todoist to bed to start a new day with RTM.
Really useful, would love to be able to afford Pro I have been using this app for a few weeks and it's been a huge help to my organisation at work and in my personal life. Unfortunately, the pro subscription is way too expensive for me to justify buying, because I would LOVE coloured labels and mobile notifications. But I'll make do with the free version.
Solid and reliable RTM is simple, quick to access and navigate, not burdened with extraneous features. Nice, very useful user interfaces on smartphone apps as well as desktop. I rely on this to quickly get a fleeting thought recorded before it slips away. I've used it for years and love it.
Still the best I've been using RTM for years now, sometimes switching to a newer kid on the block for a short while, but always coming back to Remember The Milk in the end. They've recently updated their web app and both that one and the mobile apps now look more modern, more similar to each other and have become more functional than before. It took them a while to get there, but the end result is a well-tested, stable system that just works and doesn't surprise you with weird kinks.
Great for GTD I use ordinary lists for my "projects" and smart lists for my contexts by using tags for each context as well as Next Action. Combined with the web interface, RTM keeps me Getting Things Done wherever I am.
Does it all. Very good, when I remember to use it. Wish I could figure out how to make it more visible and detailed to enhance getting daily work done. Probably operator problems. Is there a dirt simple manual?
New: Support for Android 7.0 (Nougat).
New: The app now includes multi-window support.
New: The app now supports Smart Lock.
Updated: All supported localizations.
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