To do list apps are great, that enhance your productivity to the next level. If we are working on a project or a planning a vacation trip, best to do list apps can help us to easily share our plans with everyone, everywhere.

The best to do app offers instant syncing, scheduling options, notifications and the ease of use. Today we are listing 8 best to do list apps for task management. Here we go.

1. Wunderlist

Wunderlist is the best to do app for most people because it is available on every major platform like web, Desktop, Windows, Android, iOS, Amazon Apps Store, etc.

Wunderlist is best because you will get maximum features if you never subscribed to the pro version. The pro version gives you a handful features like unlimited file size uploading, unlimited assign to-dos, unlimited subtasks etc.

2. Todoist

Todoist comes next into our list. Todoist gives some limited features to the free version users. If you are working on big projects and want to get done a lot of things and targeted works, Todoist the best for you.

Todoist is available on Web, Android, iOS, OS X, Windows, etc. One of the lack of Todoist is you need to upgrade to the premium version if you want to try basic feature like push notification and reminders.

3. comes next into our list. is similar to Wunderlist at least in giving good basic features for free. lets you assign and delegate your tasks to attach almost any type of file to your to-do’s 1.5 MB per file size in a free version.

The pro version lets you add some flavor to your app with our colorful new themes, 1oo MB per file size and unlimited assignments and tasks.

4. Google Keep

Are you a Google fan? Would like to try a to do service from Google too. Google Keep is just for you. Google Keep lets you add notes, lists and photos to the to do. You can record a voice memo and Keep will transcribe it so you can find it later.

5. Toodledo

Toodledo comes next into our list. You can use Toodledo to manage your to-do list, take notes, organize ideas, etc. The basic Toodledo account is totally free and has some very powerful tools for you to organize your tasks and be more productive.

Toodledo doesn’t allow you to upload files or adding subtasks if you are using their free version.

6. Remember The Milk

Remember The Milk is a allows users to manage tasks from a computer or smartphone, both online and offline. Remember The Milk lets users add and complete tasks on the go, sync with Remember The Milk online (limit once every 24 hours).

7. Asana

You can share private projects with a smaller group inside your team, premium teams have the option to hide their name from the team list.

Asana is our personal favorite because it’s absolutely free for projects with up to 15 users. Asana is available for The Web, Android, and iOS.

8. Evernote

Finally comes my favorite app Evernote. Evernote is not just a note taking app, we can create a new note to get started managing the tasks in your life. You can add a checkbox to your note and add your first task. Hitting ‘Return’ will automatically create another checkbox for your next task.

You can add a checkbox to your note and add your first task. Hitting ‘Return’ will automatically create another checkbox for your next task. We can set reminders to the tasks to get our work done.

These are our best to do list apps for managing tasks. If we missed your favorite one, let us know through comments.