How to Improve your Overall Productivity with Any.do

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Over the years here at AndroidFlagship, we’ve discussed plenty of apps for your Android device and this includes the ones that you can use to improve your overall productivity.

When it comes to To-Do lists and task organizers, there are plenty of options to choose from in the Android world, but not none of them is like Any.do. Haven’t you heard of this app that can help you improve your overall productivity? It’s time to change that! Let me tell you from the start that this app seems to be created especially for the pace of modern life.

Right from the start Any.do greets you with a screen like that as soon as it opens, then you can surely expect a minimal application. After all, there are over 15 million people who rely on Any.do to keep their life organized with to-do lists, reminders and notes and I bet that the list will keep on growing every day.

Adding a new task and a reminder are easier than you imagine. And for an improved task management flow, the developers of the app claim that they decided to add a calendar integration to keep your agenda always up to date, not to mention the one-of-a-kind daily planner and gesture support for keep your to do list as simple as possible in these conditions.

And I must tell you that I simply love that special feature known as “Any.do” Moment. After you’ve completed adding your tasks and assignments, this feature lets you quickly review them and add reminders, move the due dates and be prepared for anything.

Finally, it is worth mentioning the fact that Any.do can be paired with Amazon’s Alexa. For those of you who are not familiar with the term, think of it as Amazon’s take on smart home devices. In such conditions, you can choose to review and delete tasks by simply using voice commands and things will be much easier than ever.

In such conditions, would you give Any.do a try? You can take it from here right away and then, take your time to get used to it!

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Mike Blass