Don’t Forget the Apps That Help You Remember

Jan 8, 2018
Productivity

The battle between Android and iOS is a never ending one. The list of pros and cons could go on forever, but there is one thing that it’s hard to argue against and that is that iOS provides users with a reminder app that works well and makes life easy, whereas Android does not.

Yes, this leaves Android users with more choice but it also leaves them searching for hours looking for a reminder app that actually works.

Below is a list of tried and tested reminder apps that are guaranteed to remember all the events you can’t.

1
Any.do

(iOSAndroid)

The creators of Any.do understand that we don’t all want to fill our phones up with apps that only fulfill on purpose and have come up with an app that combines your calendar and reminders all in one convenient place. Any.do makes it easy for users to sync reminders between their devices and PC, which is perfect for a busy lifestyle where you don’t have time to add a reminder to each device you might need it on. Reminders also seamlessly sync with your Google account and Facebook events.

2
Reminder

(Android)

Reminder is an app that helps you to stay organised and easily view your reminders either in list view or calendar mode. Calendar mode is ideal for those using the app to manage assignments or bills, as you can easily see when each task is due. What sets this app apart from others is the beautiful widgets that you can add to your home screen to make sure that you never miss an important date again. You can also personalise your reminders with a range of themes that are provided within the app.

3
To Do Reminder With Alarm

(iOS, Android)

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To Do Reminder With Alarm is perfect for anyone who find themselves struggling to remember everything they need to do in a day. The app allows you to set alarms for each individual reminder and decide how often you want the alarm to go off, ranging from hourly to monthly. This is ideal for those of us who often put tasks off and need that extra reminder. The customisation features within the app allow you to create a personal experience while not overloading you with too many features. The app also makes it easy to send reminders to others, which is a nice feature you don’t see too often in reminder apps.

4
Just Reminder

(Android)

Just Reminders does exactly what it says in the name, it’s easy to use and allows you to keep everything you’ll ever need to be reminded of all in one place. There are also a number of useful categories that means it’s easy to organise your reminders. If you want more than just a basic reminder that pops up on your screen you can also customise each reminder with its own ringtone and picture.

5
Reminders

(Android)

Reminders uses a sleek and simple design that closely resembles Apple’s reminder app. You can create different categories for your reminders, making it easy to keep your work and personal life separate or at least in terms of reminders. Once you’ve entered a category you can quickly add a new reminder and choose when you want to be reminded and if it’s a recurring event. If you’re an Android user who has always looked on enviously at iPhone users as they use their reminder app with ease this is a must download, it’s almost scary how much the app looks and feels like it belongs in iOS.

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Sam Eskenazi

Sam is a YouTuber, Streamer & Games Journalist. He loves to cook and listen to the sound of his own voice, ideally at the same time.

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