I'm looking for a GTD (Getting Things Done) app for Android that has the following features:

  • Lightweight and easy-to-use (no need for feature creep)

  • Possibility to sync the tasks between devices and/or access the tasks from a web browser (this is mostly to ensure that tasks are backed up continuously)

  • Possibility to schedule the tasks in a calendar, where tasks past the due date are automatically advanced to today's date

  • Widget, showing both "to do" tasks and "past due date" tasks

  • Does not require a monthly fee (it's ok if the app is non-free, though)

This is not a duplicate of this other question since the requirements are less strict.

So far I've tested Chaos Control which fulfills all these points; the only doubt I have is that it's made by a small company, so there's always the risk the project might be abandoned at some point.

I've also tested Trello but wasn't satisfied by it because of its complexity and its lack of a calendar.

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    Dmitriy from Chaos Control here. We're a small company, but no worries; we're here for long. I hope you'd like the future updates we're working on right now.
    – user20988
    Jan 24, 2016 at 18:39
  • @DmitriyTarasov Great to know :) I'll probably buy the Premium version then. Thanks for your feedback, and keep up the good work.
    – dr_
    Jan 25, 2016 at 8:29
  • I like taskpad to prioritize tasks. I like checklist for quick tasks, device syncing and it's widget. I just purchased goal meter. I'm impressed with it's artwork but disappointed with widget and rest features. Jun 15, 2018 at 2:40

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So far, the most promising app I've found for what I need is Toodledo. It fulfills all the requirements above, plus it is powerful and enough well-known to have a lot of support and 3rd-party plugins.

But if you're looking for something more lightweight, I'd suggest give Chaos Control a try.

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