Review Agile Tasks
Simple and versatile to-do lists with reminders
Author: Jay Feldman
Date: 25 May 2017, tested on Samsung SM-G920F Galaxy S6
Interesting functionality, nice interface, minimalist design
Limited features, weak functionality
Agile Tasks for Android wants to help you get things done with style. The app is a fairly bare bones to-do list, which helps keep things simple and focused. The layout is divided into projects and lists, so you can have multiple tasks going at a time, which is nice, because it helps keep things organized and delineated in a manner that makes sense to you. Just tap the + icon on the upper right to add any projects you have going and give each one a unique name. Each project name also has a color odometer style readout which keeps a running tally of how many to-dos you have, how many are being done, and how many have been completed, all at a glance, provided you remember what each colored digit stands for. Once you're ready to begin working on a project, just tap the name on the list to get busy adding tasks.
The actual to-do lists are made within each project by tapping the + icon to add a task. Just insert a name and short description, or tap the microphone icon to speak your entry. Each to-do can also have a reminder that occurs on a specific date and time. , which remains visible at the bottom of each individual to-do screen. All of your individual to-dos can be dragged and dropped into any order, so you can change your priorities on the fly.
Agile Tasks doesn't do much, which is an asset if you want to keep things simple, and a liability if you need more versatility and control. This one is competent and worth checking out, and is ideal for simple, everyday use.