Engadget post time: April 25, 2013 at 04:01PM
We have a soft spot for Remember the Milk, not least because the cross-platform app is handy for divvying up to-do lists between different groups in remote locations. If you’re on Android and in the market for a new productivity tool, a significant update to version 3.0 makes this a good time to try it. There’s a video after the break showing how the new interface works with vertical columns, similar to those on the iOS version, so you see a selection of lists on the left, list contents in the middle and the precise details of a task when you swipe to the right. Sounds simple perhaps, but it’s more fluid — especially on smaller screens. It’s also good that the constant “reminders” about upgrading to a Pro account aren’t as in-your-face as they were in the old version, which makes the whole thing feel a bit more chilled out. For more personal and less urgent stuff, however, you might find Springpad to be a bit friendlier.
Source: Remember the Milk
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