When it comes to to-do apps, I am EXTREMELY picky. I have to be, since my mind is a bit, well, flighty.
My preferred configuration has evolved over the years. My litmus test used to be the famed Datebk5 from Palm: desktop and handheld intertwining at its finest. Since then, I have gravitated to cloud functionality. I learned that it was best to get software that I have a reasonable chance of finding on other platforms, and also had a web component that allows me to access data from anywhere that has an internet connection.
When it comes specifically to to-do software, I like Android titles that mate well with the online biggies (Producteev, RTM, Reqall, Toodledo, etc.). I especially like Toodledo. I like it’s Getting Things Done functionality and the way it handles projects. It also compatible with Pure Widget.
I kinda backed into DGT GTD recently while looking for a daily task driver that fit my needs better. It syncs well with Toodledo, handles stuff in the GTD way, allows me to categorize my tasks in a productive manner, and has a great, intuitive interface. It is generally easy to enter tasks by voice, email or even IM (via Toodledo sync) and the reminders are great. I can get a pop-up which allows me to snooze, edit or (drumroll, please) mark the task as completed.
If you are busy professional that uses Android and Toodledo and wears a few hats, give DGT GTD a try.
Support is excellent, and you have nothing to lose. It’s free in the Android market.
It is still officially in alpha, but I have found it very stable on my EVO 4G.
Put that on your to-do list!