Best Wunderlist Alternatives Worth to Try

Wunderlist is a popular app for cloud-based task- project-management. If you are working on a project, or planning a vacation, Wunderlist helps you to easily share your lists and collaborate with everyone, everywhere.

You can download Wunderlist for your PC, for your Android device, for iPhone and iPad, Amazon App store, and Windows Phone.
Wunderlist was created in 2010 as a start up. Today we have to list some best Wunderlist alternatives worth to try.

1. Remember The Milk

Remember The Milk is one of the best alternatives available for Wunderlist. Emily Boyd and Omar Kilani created Remember The Milk in 2004. Remember The Milk has now more than 5 million users. They have developed apps for Android, iPhone, iPad, and BlackBerry 10; gadgets for Gmail and Google Calendar; sync with Microsoft Outlook and Evernote.

2. Todoist

Todoist comes next in tour list. Todoist is not worth unless you subscribed to the paid version. A major disadvantage is Todoist lies within the limitations of the free service. The major problem is there are no task reminders in the free version.

Todoist comes with powerful management features like sub-tasks, sub-projects, recurring natural language due dates, project and file sharing, and SMS/email/push/location reminders.

3. Errands To-Do List

Errands To-Do List comes next on our list. With the app you can easily create Folders, Checklists, Task Images, Scheduling & Repeating, Alerts, etc. You can mail your tasks as well as entire folders.


Personally, my favorite Wunderlist alternative. is a great alternative to Wunderlist helps you achieve anything by syncing your personal tasks, work projects, and shared lists so you have a clear path moving forward.

You can easily attach video, audio, photo and Dropbox files to any task. is the winner of Apple’s Intuitive Touch Award and Android’s Best App of 2012. is available for Android, iPhone, iPad, Chrome, Web, and Desktop.

5. Toodledo

Toodledo is a paid app if you are using the app with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. You can organize your to-do lists and notes, tracking your habits and making outlines with the app. You can easily import and export existing data from other applications.

6. Evernote

You might be surprise with this if you are not familiar with Evernote. On 2013, Evernote becomes a to-do app with the launch of new Reminders feature. You can use reminders feature to manage tasks.

You can add a Reminder to a note by simply tapping on the alarm clock icon located at the top of the note on Mac and Web, and at the bottom of the note on iPhone, iPad, and on your any Android devices.

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