Samantha · Mar 30, 2013 at 07:00 am

Organize Your Tasks with Tdl Todo List

Plenty of us have busy schedules, whether it’s work, school or university, or even at home. The good thing is that our mobile devices can come in quite handy in many situations, molding their functionality and features to our own personalized uses and needs. Well, Tdl Todo List allows you to organize your tasks with your Android, and a bit more.

Developed by XDA Senior Member ajige, Tdl Todo List is essentially a to-do list of your tasks you need to do. Presented with a pleasant Holo-themed user interface, lists and tasks are organized in a neat and logical way. Multiple lists can be created and stored in a folder of choice on the SD Card, with tasks organized according to various specifics. The task-creation screen allow users to name the task, set the priority and risk of the tasks out of 10 with 10 being the highest, the start and due dates of the tasks, the option to set task recurrence to be once, daily, weekly, monthly and yearly, additional notes attached to tasks, and a whole lot more. Tasks can be ticked off once completed, and organized by category, completion, priority, risk among many others, and ‘sub’ tasks can be attached to existing tasks.

Settings options include two different aesthetic themes, text color, the option to hide completed items, and the default specifics tasks are sorted by. Backups of tasks can be taken, with the option to view backed up tasks in the list of to-do lists.To-do lists can be synced to the PC running the ToDoList PC program. There’s also support for ‘Minimalistic Text’ widgets from the Play store.

Tdl Todo List is well designed application providing unique functions and features such as PC synchronization and widget support on top of the already useful function of to-do lists. It’s also great to see future support for native Dropbox sync and exportation as Google Tasks. The application is available to any users of Android versions 2.2 and newer, and is free from the Play store. So if this interests you, head over to the original thread for more details.


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