Routines in version 2.0 comes with new UI and more features
Routines offers great way to manage your daily tasks. It is simple and free. Your routines can repeat every day, week days or any other day you choose. Live tile is supported and also extended lockscreen notification. Voice input ...
Iconical Plus: calendar live tiles, to-do list, and more
Iconical Plus allows you to create multiple appointment filters from all calendars available on your phone. Each filter has its own live tile and month, agenda, search views. Lock screen integration is available with support for B...
Routines – simple and free daily task manager
Routines is simple and easy to use manager for your daily tasks. That is where its name come from. I like simplicity so there is everything that should be there and nothing more. Every new day your daily tasks (routines) will rese...
UPDATE: Action plan task manager for Windows 8 and Windows phone has been updated
Thanks to yours suggestions and bug reports, I am happy to announce, that update for both Windows 8 and Windows Phone Action plan manager app has been updated. Your comments are very appreciated so don’t hesitate and get in touc...
Action plan task manager for Windows Phone and Windows 8
Action plan manager is unusual task manager app for Windows Phone and Windows 8. It was developed based on knowledge from automotive industry to help professionals and ordinary folks organize their tasks. This app uses several uni...
Twitter Tasks – task management app with social integration
Twitter Tasks is a great way to store and manage your tasks. It has a simple design and it is very easy to use. The interesting thing about this app is that your tasks are stored in the cloud. To be more specific the tasks are sto...
2Day – a todo list application for Windows Phone comes with a major update
Take now the control of tomorrow with 2Day! Get organized by creating tasks, organize them in folders, bind them to actions and add notes. Use voice commands of your Windows Phone to create them directly from the phone’s men...