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Google Voice Actions has what you want. Simply enter voice command mode, say "note to self", then say whatever your note is. When you're done an email message will be sent to you with the text of your message.


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Try Any.Do. It's an normal task app with nice style, and the widget is only showing tasks for today, also several sizes are available.


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New app Location Alert will do this. Never forget another task with Location Alert - now available completely free! Location Alert is a cutting-edge application that reminds you to perform tasks based upon your current location, rather than time. Often there are tasks to which you cannot specify a certain time, however, would like to be ...


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If you are already using Locale (which is not free), Astrid is a free task/todo list manager which can be configured to open a list of tasks with a specific tag. Astrid also integrates with Remember the Milk. You can configure the list to open by various Locale conditions, including location. I use it to remind me of maintenance tasks when I'm near the ...


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You might want to take a look at e.g. Mail Myself / SelfMail (which integrate into the Share menu), or Email Me / Email To Self: Create homescreen shortcuts which use a preselected email address and/or label by long pressing on a blank space on your homescreen, then select Shortcuts, then Email To Self. Guess that's what you're looking for ;)


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Astrid has support for scheduled reminders based on completion date. Cloud support is also present - tasks sync with astrid.com Also Remember The Milk allows a user to schedule due dates depending on the completion of a task - one needs to enter "after x days" instead of "every x days". Android and iOS apps available.


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The most complete solution for private contacts and calendar sync seems to be installing the CalDAV-Sync and CardDAV-Sync apps on your phone and setting up a CalDAV / CardDAV server. Several open-source solutions are available; check the list on Wikipedia. I've been a happy user of a DAViCal installation.


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I think Astrid is open source but you might want to check better because I'm not sure.


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Remember the milk. (RTM) At least adding a todo from the widget is possible. You can use the widget to open the list of todos the widget is configured to display and then delete / mark as complete tasks. You can share tasks with other RTM users (i.e. your wife). Tasks don't automatically go away from the widget (unless you configure it explicitly via a ...


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Google Tasks allows for nested tasks, and there are multiple clients that support it.


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Not exactly that way, but you might wish to take a look at Business Tasks: Business Tasks (click for larger image) As the screenshot shows, you can put a contact as task, and then simply hit the phone symbol to place a call (calls up the dialer). Unfortunately, this seems to require the contact being in your contacts list. I've just tried to place a note ...


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Use Producteev with Astrid. Believe me, you'll love this combination. I am recommending Producteev because it features Workspace concept which is useful for your independent projects. Inside a workspace, you can categorize and prioritize your tasks too. Plus, you can collaborate with others on a workspace. But, for more than two guys, you'll have to pay. ...


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With Google Now just say, "google remind me to call 555-1234 at 2 pm"


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I use Astrid for all my task/todo management. It has a widget which is the exact same size as the calendar widget (2x2), and when you create it, you can choose to only include certain tasks using a variety of criteria, among which is tasks due today. It's also open source, ad-free, and syncs with Google Tasks, as well as a couple others.


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ColorNote's "Today 2x2" widget will do this, but it unfortunately doesn't sync with Google tasks. You can also do this using a combination of the Pure Calendar Widget (well worth the $1.99 for all the display options it gives you) and one of the many task applications it works with (I use Dato GTasks, which syncs with Google Tasks). Just make sure to set ...


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I use Simple Calendar Widget. Different skins * Possibility to choose which calendars to show * Font style and background customization * Show or hide current day of month * Possibility to choose which application to open * Support of tasks using Dato GTasks or Astrid I cannot post images but here is a link to the app: link


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Try Jorte Calendar. It merges Google Calendar and Tasks flawlessely https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.co.johospace.jorte&hl=en


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You might want to take a look at Pure Calendar Widget. Will cost you about two bucks, but does exactly what you request: Widget for Agenda / Tasks / TODO (agenda style) Synced with Google calendars Show calendars from Google, TouchDown & Moto/LG Exchange Show tasks from Astrid, Tasks (Team), MyPhoneExplorer, Ultimate To-Do List, TaskSync, ...


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There is work in progress to add support for tasks in CalDAV-Sync. Check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3IJC6IcbiQ


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You could check out Astrid Task or Checkmark they supports nested todo lists.


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I like Any.do for task sync + categories and 'do now/do later'. The UI is pretty too. The widgets are a bit large but the app seems to meet all your criteria. The app syncs with Google Tasks right now. Developers plan to extend sync to other services.


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Tasks sounds like what you want. I've used it for a while; it's the best tasks app I've found (and I've tried a lot of them).


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Try a different home screen manager. Launcher Pro does this on my phone for email and texts in the app shortcuts in the launcher bar. I don't use Google Tasks, so I can't speak to that one particularly.


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Pure Calendar Widget (not free) has an option for how many days ahead to show calendar/task entries for. There is an option for 2 days that would suit your needs perfectly. Note that you will need a supported app to sync the tasks from Google (GTasks, Astrid, etc.) See the list of supported task apps here.


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I don't know if it's open source but I use GTasks and I am very happy with it. It syncs with Google Tasks, has a nice UI, and you can add a new task by just giving it a name. -= EDIT =-



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