When I got my first Android phone a little over three years ago, one of my favorite things was to browse the Android Market and watch which apps were being pushed to the Android Market. Developers soon began to exploit the Just In section of the Android Market with fake updates to get their app to the ... Read More »
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Astrid challenge and completed the user survey. Close to 700 users responded with a ton of useful feedback that the developers will use to improve the application. We hope you discovered a new favorite application and will continue to support Astrid.
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Two weeks ago we challenged you to try out Astrid, one of our favorite Android applications. Now that you have had time to get familiar with the app, we are asking you to fill out a short survey. The 25 questions will help the Astrid development team better identify where to focus ... Read More »
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We all know time is a valuable thing we do not want to waste. Keeping a task list can help you prioritize the way you spend your time, but it can be difficult to maintain. The evolution of Android and other smartphone platforms has changed the way we organize data. Now that we have live ... Read More »
Astrid is a task manager for Android that lets you make a to-do list to track tasks with alerts, time tracking, milestones, and much more. Your task list is sorted by urgency, leaving the most important items at the top. All the settings and options are very clearly labeled and easy to understand. Astrid can ... Read More »
One of the most common “classic” applications on the Android Market is the to-do list manager. Easy to code and almost universally useful, the to-do list manager is tempting for developer and consumer alike. Unfortunately, there are so many more of these applications than there are good ones, and once you install one, you might ... Read More »