You can now on Chrome


Although I’m not much of a to-do list maker, when I do use one, I use The design won me over, and so did the fact that it was Android first. After accumulating a ton of downloads on our beloved OS, it’s now making its way to other platforms: Chrome and iOS.

You can get the extension here. Unfortunately, I’ve found it to be buggy right now. Tasks and folders weren’t being displayed after I had added them, and after logging out and back in, it shows me a blank overlay. The design is beautiful, as with the mobile app, and they’ve added a useful pop-out option, but unless I’m the only one facing these issues, it isn’t quite consumption ready.

[via TechCrunch]

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  1. great share

  2. I use Astrid, primarily as a reminder to pay recurring bills where the amount due varies, to replenish prepaid phone accounts, put out the garbage, etc. I’ve tried Any.Do and generally like it better than Astrid, but I find its simplistic repeating frequency options too limiting – daily, weekly, monthly (and possibly yearly) are all that’s available. If you need to repeat every 2 weeks, or 3 months, or 119 days (like my prepaid phone replenishment), you’re out of luck.

  3. I have used for quite a while now and I find it to be one of the best ways to keep track of my to-do lists. Glad to see that it is now available for Chrome!

  4. I use tasks. Much better mobile app.

    1. I like in the browser.

  5. I used a while ago and only just recently reinstalled it today, but today I’ve noticed they sold out to facebook! With a big login to facebook everywhere, but no signs at using your google tasks. After skipping the signup or login to ‘facebook’, under settings you can sync to google tasks.

    I feel this developer has sold out to facebook and as such I’ll be uninstalling this app again!

    1. Not sold out to Facebook, it’s just a login option if you’re not liking the idea of having to register for every thing… you can register without Facebook if you want ( like what I did )

    2. It looks like it’s just to use their services for your to-do lists. I thought the same thing when I saw that ( ), but then I realized that if you register for an account with it doesn’t do much but just store your stuff on their services.
      Even though I love the design it just doesn’t fit into how I like to synchronize my things with google services.

  6. Sign-in with Facebook? Really? They didn’t even bother to make a sign-in with Google? It would’ve probably taken them like 1 hour to write the code.

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