1. Infinitely flexible. Incredibly easy to use. Great mobile apps. It's free. Trello keeps track of everything, from the big picture to the minute details.

    freemium $12.5 / Monthly (Per user - Business Class)

  2. Todoist is a to-do list that helps you get organized, at work and in life.

  3. Asana project management is an effort to re-imagine how we work together, through modern productivity software. Fast and versatile, Asana helps individuals and groups get more done.

    freemium $11.99 / Monthly (Per user - Premium)

  4. Wunderlist is the easiest way to get stuff done. Whether you’re planning a holiday, sharing a shopping list with a partner or managing multiple work projects, Wunderlist is here to help you tick off all your personal and professional to-dos.

  5. Remember The Milk is a task and time management application for mobile devices.

  6. Bring your life's work together in one digital workspace. Evernote is the place to collect inspirational ideas, write meaningful words, and move your important projects forward.

  7. to-do list app that integrates with Gmail and Google Calendar

  8. Get the OneNote app for free on your tablet, phone, and computer, so you can capture your ideas and to-do lists in one place wherever you are. Or try OneNote with Office for free.

  9. Toodledo provides a set of tools to increase the productivity.

  10. The simplest way to keep notes. Light, clean, and free. Simplenote is now available for iOS, Android, Mac, and the web.

  11. The open-source Trello-like kanban (built with Meteor)

  12. Quickly capture what's on your mind and get a reminder later at the right place or time.


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