5 To Do Apps Worth Having

Here are 5 worth looking at:

Evernote – https://evernote.com/

  • The ability to save anything from webpages to clips to photos to sounds
  • Evernote syncs each device so you are always updated
  • You can also research and work with friends on projects
  • You can plan for events
  • You can remember important things to do, dates, times and more
  • Includes powerful search functions


Teamly – http://new.teamly.com/home

  • Ability to download it from Google Chrome Web Store
  • Integrates with gmail or you can use it as an app
  • You can fill in  a daily to do list (I recommend 5 things)
  • Every day you get emailed a list of what your to do items were
  • Highly recommended.  Very simple and easy to use


Remember the Milkhttp://www.rememberthemilk.com/

  • As old as time this one
  • Available in just about every format on every device
  • Can also sync with gmail and integrate into it
  • A nice simple to do list
  • Also allows you to send to do reminders via Twitter DM just follow @rtm
  • http://www.rememberthemilk.com/services/twitter/


Wunderlist - https://www.wunderlist.com/#/login

  • If you are a design junkie then you will really appreciate the work that has gone into this to do list
  • Features beautiful clean design, wonderful backgrounds and fonts
  • Integrates with devices across all platforms and syncs from cloud storage


Do it  (Tomorrow) – http://tomorrow.do/

  • A wonderful little to do list which you can add to google chrome.  Very simple and beautiful to look at.
  • Superb design and sounds.  They think of everything.
  • The idea is to just put one or two things in it.
  • Aimed at people who love to procrastinate
  • Gives you the ability to just simply move things to Tomorrow.   Hence the name.


What is your favorite To Do App?

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About Author

Fred Felton is a keynote speaker, social media consultant, author business analyst and website designer. Fred is also owner of Falcon’s Cove a digital media agency based in Umhlanga Rocks, South Africa. You can also find Fred on Twitter and Facebook.

Fred Felton

Fred Felton is the Creative Director at Falconscove. A Media Agency. He is also a keynote speaker and author of the book '101 Tips For Twitter.' He is based in Durban, South Africa.


  1. Judy says:

    Have you tried Google Keep? It’s a fairly new Google app. Thanks for the list, I’m willing to try new to-do list apps :)

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