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by iLabs LLC
Rated: All Ages

Price: $0.99
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Latest Updates

What's new in version 2.0.2
  • - Drag and drop support for Android 3.0 and higher. Click and hold tasks on the list.
  • - New 4*1 widget for supporting quick task entries including quick voice/picture attachments
  • - Fixed the issue while deleting tasks on older versions of android

Product Details

Product Features

  • Manage priorities in categorized lists
  • Sync to google tasks
  • Potentially sync to multiple android devices when you sync to google tasks
  • Color-code your lists
  • Organize tasks into customizable quadrants
  • Choose from multiple widgets
  • Set proactive reminders
  • Create Picture notes, audio notes, and text notes
  • Attach contacts to tasks

Product Description

Product Description
Your Personal Assistant
Taskpad is a simple, intuitive, and powerful tool. It is designed to be a 21st century tool for effective task management. Unleash the power of your device and make it your personal assistant.

Sync to Google tasks
Never loose your tasks. Taskpad supports two way syncing between your Taskpad and google tasks. You can potentially sync between your multiple android devices. You also have an option to sync only when connected to Wifi.

Attach Pictures, Voice Recordings, and Contacts
TaskPad integrates seamlessly with your device's camera, voice recorder, address book, and alarms, effectively taking your productivity to next level. You can click a picture and attach to the task. You can record a voice as an attachment and attach a contact from your address book to the task for handy reference later.

Quadrants with in each list - Organize and Prioritize on ROI
Unlike simple list-based task management where tasks are not prioritized as needed, Taskpad allows you to differentiate tasks based on priority and ROI, and thus helps you to work on higher priority tasks at all times. Taskpad is able to mix and match tasks with different priorities and categories but avoids clutter through highly effective organization.

TaskPad organizes your tasks in to color coded lists. You can customize the name or color of the list to suit your taste. Under each list, the tasks are organized in to four quadrants. The four quadrants define the ROI of each task. Most notable is that quadrants are customizable. You can change the labels of quadrants to suit your style of priority management.

Proactive Reminders
TaskPad takes reminders a step ahead and helps you be more proactive--you don't need to wait until there is a reminder. When you click on one of your reminders, you can also view all the overdue reminders and active reminders coming up for the current day. You always have a flexibility to snooze them based on changed priorities.
Search Tasks

TaskPad supports quick search of your tasks within TaskPad. Also, TaskPad can be configured to support searching of your tasks from outside the app using your device's search button.

Switch Between Views and Virtual lists
As you switch between different tasks throughout the day, it is sometimes easy to glance at all your tasks at once. TaskPad provides a convinient way to view all tasks across the lists. The out of the box virtual lists are done tasks, all overdue tasks, or all today's tasks in one glance.

TaskPad allows plenty of customizations including but not limited to font sizes, styles, reminder preferences etc.

Perhaps one of the best features of Taskpad are the TaskPad widgets. Beautiful widgets allow you to access almost all features of the app from one place. The 4x1 Widget also refreshes your active reminder tasks every hour on to your device desktop. You can also use next/prev buttons to scan the reminders.

A Note on App Permissions
From the Developer: "TaskPad uses the Reads Contact Data permission to enable the ability to attach a contact to a task. Users can click on the contact icon within TaskPad to open a contact and call, e-mail, or message the contact from within the app."

Technical Details

Size: 1.5MB
Version: 2.0.2
Developed By: iLabs LLC
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Request authtokens from the AccountManager
  • Get notified that the operating system has finished booting
  • Required to be able to access the camera device
  • Open network sockets
  • Write to external storage
  • Manage the list of accounts in the AccountManager
  • Broadcast an Intent to set an alarm for the user
  • Access the vibration feature
  • Access the list of accounts in the Accounts Service
  • Read the user's contacts data
  • Access information about networks
  • Record audio
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.2
Approximate Download Time: Less than 30 seconds

Customer Reviews

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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Lincoln J. Mennuti VINE VOICE on May 11, 2011
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Instead of unsubstantiated claims and subjective opinions, let's take a look at the actual functionality of this app and whether or not it's useful.

When you first open the app, you're presented with a 4-way split screen, with each "quadrant" being titled; Forward, Neutral, Reverse and Parking. Right off the bat, for me anyway, that presents a bit of a head-scratching "huh" moment. But then I pressed the little '?' button on the bottom left of the screen, which then opens the help page on my browser. I then navigate to their FAQ section, where they explain the concept that those quadrants are analogous to driving; So 'Forward' would be for tasks that drive you forward towards your goals, and 'Neutral' are more common tasks that need doing but don't contribute to a goal (ie. buying groceries), and so on.

Don't like that driving analogy? No problem, just press on any of the title names and change it to whatever you like...Maybe Urgent/High/Medium/Low as in priorities? Whatever you like.

A common complaint I've seen in the reviews is the "ugly colors". Well, those colors actually serve a purpose! Within each of the tasks you create, you can also set them to a category...And for those categories you can assign a specific highlight color. So...Within each of the quadrants, you can have whatever number of tasks and those tasks can be color coded for easier distinction of the type/category of task it is.

Don't like the colors? Fine, don't use 'em.

Also within each task you can attach a contact, sound note, and/or capture a picture from your camera. A fairly nifty and I think quite useful and helpful feature...!!BUT!! unfortunately the sound note and picture capture aren't working for me on my Nexus One (Android 2.3.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Junker on May 11, 2011
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The negative reviews are from people that apparently didn't take the time to actually use the app. It might be just me but the user interface is WAY better than all the other task managers I have used. It does need refinement though.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 13, 2011
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I have used other apps such as ASTRID, Evernote, & Note Everything. This app is not bad at all, except for a couple issues: recurring events & changing folder names.
It does exactly what it advertises. I like the quadrant view & to me it is a pretty simple app to use (not sure what people are complaining about).
If you do not care to sync to Google calendar or Gtasks online it is a very capable app. If you do, I recommend Note Everything. I am actually using both. This for non syncing items due to the quadrant view. Hope this review actually gives you real help.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David Jee on May 11, 2011
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Ok, so lot's of negative reviews, it doesn't squeak like a rubber ducky when you push buttons, and you can't blow up aliens invading your city. Nor does it have fluffy, bubbly interface features. If that's what you are looking for, then this is not for you. Not an eye-candy app. But, functionally, it's actually a pretty fresh approach to prioritizing your tasks. I like the concept of negative tasks...things you just gotta do, but it's not moving you any closer to your goals...then there are the positive, or other quadrants that help you easily see stuff you need to do, and can actually get excited about doing. I think the idea is great and well thought out...Sure the UI needs some work, but I gave it more stars because the idea is really quite good. Give it a try, you might like it. It also seems to integrate with the phone's other funtions also like camera/voice...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S T on May 21, 2011
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After I downloaded it, the UI did throw me off because it is a little confusing and a little rough around the edges. It isn't as pretty as Astrid, Jorte, or some of the other task management apps that I've tried, but it is by far the most interesting. I uninstalled it at first because it wasn't pretty but I've always felt something missing from the other task management apps and after trolling the productivity apps list for a while, I decided to give it another chance. I hit the little (?) button and got an explanation for the four quadrants as well as how to use and customize the app.

So far I am very happy with this app and am glad I gave it a second try. The best thing about this app is that it neatly divides my tasks into distinct priorities and I can quickly decide what needs to be done first.

I guess all I'm saying is that I find this app to be extremely useful. Other apps may be preferable because they're pretty but if they don't do the job then what's the point? Give this app a try. I know that different people have different preferences so who knows, this app might just be right for you.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Annette N. on May 11, 2011
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Simply put, it does what it says it does. You can see the full app description on although the mobile version doesn't give you the FULL product description.

I installed this reluctantly after reading everyone's reviews. The app isn't that large: only about 700kb to start. Since I had read quite a few reviews, I headed straight to the developer's FAQ by clicking the "?" on the main screen. A few people had mentioned that their tasks were deleted if they changed their quadrant title, so I changed mine upfront (although I really hope they fix this soon). For me: High, Medium, Low, Me Time. I created a few simple tasks and new folders, was able to easily change the colors for each of the folders, add some new folders, and move my tasks around between them. I like the options for viewing my tasks, weather by day or by folder or everything at once.

There are a few things I would like to see added to the app (therefore 4 stars): Ability to "Drag & Drop" tasks between quadrants, Ability to set up recurring tasks (I have to take out the garbage every week ya know :-P), More colors to categorize with, The ability to pull existing appointments from my calendar to add them to my task list. I'm sure I'll come up with more things as I use this more. It's a keeper for now.

Device: Motorola Droid
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Task Management app versus Note taking apps.
Yikes, your app is taking hits from reviewers. Sorta unfair, as it's useful for those who have a use for the quadrants, and for those who need lots of hooks (priority, dates, color, attachments) for each note.

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