Working with Android: Managers of Tasks and Calendars

A clear use of the PC which is very easy to replace with a smartphone or tablet is planning. Many workers use management of tasks and calendars in their PC, either independently or in the suits of email. Well, switch to Android is very simple.

We will present some examples of Android applications to manage tasks and calendars. Options are many, but they certainly are worth much. And you, do you use some other?

Calendars

Google Calendar

The simplest solution, as it comes in almost all Android handsets, does not have to be the worst, and not much less. Google Calendar It is a great application to manage calendars. Data is replicated entirely in the cloud, and provides notifications in many ways (mobile ads, e-mails and even SMS).

Series is fine, elegant and allows you to perform all the steps that we consider essential in a calendar that boasts. It is one of the great solutions from Google and has paint that soon will undergo a good facelift, despite its recent update. Also allows sync notifications between devices, if we reject an alarm on your mobile phone will disappear from our tablet.

Google Calendar 201404011 Version

  • Version of Android: from 4.0.3
  • Developer: Google
  • Download it in: Google Play
  • Price: Free
  • Category: Productivity

Any.DO Cal

Recently launched by the creators of Any.DO, your greatest asset is its interface clean, plus integrates perfectly with Task Manager. It is capable of synchronizing with a multitude of cloud services, such as Google Calendar, Exchange, Outlook, Yahoo, AOL, and iCloud, which ensures their suitability for business use.

Another of its advantages is the integration between calendar and maps or social networks, which allows a particular use as well as professional. It is one of those applications that need to try to see what Android can be given if.

Any.Do 1.0 Calversion

  • Version of Android: from 4.0
  • Developer: Any.DO
  • Download it in: Google Play
  • Price: Free
  • Category: Productivity

Georges

One of the most important things at work is to know the agenda, quickly and without losing time at a glance. Georges is a full calendar, that also has a task manager, but the best thing that has, in my view, are your widgets, showing the events that exist throughout the entire month in small print.

As calendar is quite well and allows you to synchronize with Google Calendar in addition to his own service in the cloud. The integrated Task Manager seems to me to be less powerful, I prefer other solutions. Certainly this seems to me the more powerful calendar in terms of productive viewing.

Jorteversion 1.1.7

  • Version of Android: Since 2.1
  • Developer: Georges
  • Download it in: Google Play
  • Price: Free
  • Category: Productivity

Task managers

Any.DO

Any.Do is one of the best managers of tasks of the moment. Allows you to add tasks on different lists, assign a due date and even set an alarm. It has a service in the cloud to sync all devices (including an extension for Chrome to manage the list from a PC) and is also compatible with Google Tasks.Notifications are very curious, because they appear at the bottom of the screen, and can perform the action at such time or postpone its realization. We can also do that every day we have a “moment” any. DO to review the list of tasks for that day.

Any.Do Version 2.47

  • Version of Android: Since 2.2
  • Developer: Any.DO
  • Download it in: Google Play
  • Price: Free
  • Category: Productivity

Trello

Trello is a collaborative Task Manager, Although it can also be used privately. It allows you to create lists and task flows, assign responsibilities, set dates, comment tasks, add photos, change States and a long etcetera. Everything is synchronized in the cloud and is accessed from your web page.

We have a very full service which would allow management of a project, not only loose tasks. The interface is very intuitive and I recommend everyone to try it at least once, that I could change our way of working.

Trelloversion 2.5.6

  • Version of Android: from 4.0
  • Developer: Trello
  • Download it in: Google Play
  • Price: Free
  • Category: Productivity

Wunderlist

Wunderlist is another large lists managers that there are for Android (although it is cross-platform). It allows to manage collaborative tasks, Although many of the collaborative capabilities are in the Pro version which has a cost of $5 per month.

Wunderlist allows you to have multiple task lists, add photos, documents and comments, share lists with your colleagues and of course has reminders. Perhaps the best thing that has is that it resembles e-mail, with which we will be using a familiar interface.

Wunderlistversion 2.3.3

  • Version of Android: Since 2.2
  • Developer: 6Wunderkinder
  • Download it in: Google Play
  • Price: Free / $5 per month
  • Category: Productivity