Forget Me Not – A ToDo List Manager For Android
Do you have a busy life? Now you can remember all your to-dos with this application for your Android device without writing anything down.XDA member Roshnal shows Forget Me Not, an app to keep track of everything you want to remember.
The latest update includes the option to maintain many lists at the same time, give priority to your tasks, mark completed tasks with a single tap, sort tasks alphabetically, by priority or by completion and delete the completed tasks one by one or all at once.
Please leave your feedback about your experience using this app.
Originally posted by Roshnal
This is the first app published by Cuibono Studios (my brand name) and so far I have 38 downloads and 64% active installs. Forget Me Not is a ToDo list manager for Android 1.6 and up.
For more info please check it up on the Android Market: search for “Forget Me Not” and its the app with a red and black pencil icon. (Can’t post the link here because I’m a new poster to this forum)..
Guys if you can, please download it and post a review and/or rate it (and also please discuss your thoughts on this thread). It would really help me out as this is my first app.
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