What are the best GTD (Getting Things Done) apps?

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    Todoist is a free multiplatform to-do list and a task manager application which is ideal for getting things done. It helps you to keep track of everything you must do, from errands to your own projects. 


    Android, iOS, Chrome, Windows

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Christian Harrison
    Written on November 19, 2017
    "I think I needed somehow to track my productivity in order to commit to my words. This app truly helps out on this matter. If you're needing some sort of nudge in the right direction to accomplish your self and make them dreams reality, this is it. This is your holy grail to greatness. Get on top of your life's work like it's Pamela Anderson before the cocaine!"
  2. 10



    Informant is an app that features a calendar, notes and tasks management, contacts, and more. It is also designed to let users sync their information from other resources like Google Calendar, Evernote, Google Tasks, and so on.



    Free- with in-app purchases

    Michelle Ward
    Written on July 7, 2018
    "The layout and organization of Informant really got me into using this since college. Still using this now that I have a job to keep up with meetings. "
  3. 8


    Nirvana is a cloud-based task manager to get things done in a clear way. You can create and schedule tasks and decide where to put your focus on. It supports multi-platform sync across the web, Android and iOS devices.

    Web, iOS, Android


    Doris Chapman
    Written on November 21, 2017
    "I really need something like this. I used to use a paper To Do list, then I moved online. But I still had trouble keeping things organized. I love all the bells and whistle on this app. It is making me more efficient and organized."
  1. 7


    Doit.im is a task manager that makes use of Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology. Synchronize your tasks with the cloud to take them in control, sort your goals and be more organized.

    iOS, Mac, Android, Windows

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Betty Hanson
    Written on November 19, 2017
    "When I needed a productivity tool I went and downloaded this app. It is designed for Iphone use. Quick and easy download. I have used it to do my scheduling and write work lists. It has helped me organize my day and be more productive."
  2. 6


    FacileThings is a useful tool based on GTD (Getting Things Done) methodology that will help you to organize your stuff. Capture everything that catches your attention, decide what you're doing with it, organize the actions and results and review your system to be more productive and less stressed.

    Web, iOS, Android


    Kathy Hill
    Written on November 23, 2017
    "Okay, so let me just say. Bravo, GTD! You got this app. done! From your prices, to the design, and down to the smallest detail you guys nailed it. I, personally have owned many organizational apps before and you guys out do them all. So, all i have to say is well done! And, thank you!"
  3. 4


    Nozbe is a productivity app that helps you to get things done. Useful for personal use and team projects at work, it allows you to add tasks to do, organize them, mark priority tasks and sync them to Google Calendar.

    Mac, iOS, Windows, Android

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Julie Ward
    Written on November 16, 2017
    "Pretty plain and clean layout like your email inbox, so it's good for people who don't want to try something new. I prefer something with sticky-like notes and much more color, so this wasn't that appealing to me."
  4. 3

    #7OmniFocus 2

    OmniFocus 2
     With OmniFocus 2 you can manage all your tasks just by using your device. This app contains several features that allow you to organize your files.




    $39.99- with in-app purchases

    Lori Ramos
    Written on November 18, 2017
    "While it does function, Omnifocus 2 is just really unattractive in my opinion. I don't like the design, layout, the price, all of it is just very mediocre. I wouldn't use this again and I'm not sure who would. "
  5. 2



    Zendone is a task manager based on GTD (Getting Things Done) method. It has integration with Evernote and Google Calendar at puts every piece to the place where it belongs: projects, next actions, calendar actions, waiting for or things to do someday.


    Web, iOS, Mac


    Rodrigo Montiel
    Written on November 19, 2017
    "This is a great little to do kind of list. Solid integration and simple to use."


Best What are the best GTD (Getting Things Done) apps
1Todoist Apps 14 Free
2InformantApps 10 Free
3NirvanaApps 8 Free
4Doit.imApps 7 Free
5FacileThingsApps 6 Free
6NozbeApps 4 Free
7OmniFocus 2Apps 3 Paid
8ZendoneApps 2 Free

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