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Todoist: Best To-Do List App

PC MAGAZINE EDITORS’ CHOICE

Todoist

$36.00

5/5 Stars

PROS Cross-platform support. Excellent features, such as natural language input and productivity reports. Efficient interface. Collaboration features. Offline functionality.

CONS A few important features not available to free users.

If you’re looking for the best to-do list app, one that works on all your devices, has great features for monitoring your productivity, and lets you geek out on organizing everything you have to do, Todoist is for you. This excellent and reliable app is available on all major devices, couldn’t be easier to use, and comes with great features. There’s a free version, and it’s very good, though Todoist is better at the Premium level. If you need an app to organize your tasks, either by yourself or with others, Todoist will keep you happy and productive. It’s an Editors’ Choice.

We have one other Editors’ Choice in the to-do category: Asana. Asana straddles the line between to-do list app and work-management app. You certainly can use it for both. For collaborative professional work, we prefer Asana slightly to Todoist. Conversely, we like Todoist a smidgen more for personal task-management and lightweight teamwork.

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