21 facts in comparison
A minimalist design is aesthetically pleasing and results in a simpler, easier to use interface.
Adverts can be distracting and obtrusive. Apps and blogs without ads are more aesthetically pleasing, nicer to use, and make the content stand out.
You can add widgets to the home screen. This allows you to have more flexibility and to see information at a glance, without going into the app.
You can personalize the appearance of the app - for example, choosing a different theme or colors.
It is compatible with a range of Android devices such as smartphones and tablets.
There is a tablet-optimised version of the app available. This gives a much better user experience than using an app designed for a phone on a tablet.
The app allows you to organize tasks into projects or folders.
The tasks in your lists can be sorted using various criteria, for example by deadline or by priority.
Labels help you organize tasks taking into account the location and/or the type of the activity. For example: home, work, errand, phone call.
The app allows you to mark the status of your tasks, such as "active", "postponed", “complete”, etc.
The app allows you to attach long notes to your tasks, a useful feature when you need to write down a lot of information about a task.
You can set different priorities for your tasks.
The app sends reminders when tasks are due, alerts for events and other types of reminders (like reminding you to take your medicine).
The app can be set to send periodic alerts (for example, every 10 or 20 minutes) until you have completed a task.
Your data is synced to the cloud, making it easier to access across different devices and making sure it is always backed up in case you lose your device.
You can sync your data to standard calendar apps, such as Apple’s Calendar or Google Calendar.