100,000 - 500,000 downloads

  • Thousands of options
  • Nearby feature
  • Sync to the PC
  • Projects and goals
  • Full integration with GTD (Get Things Done)
  • It's difficult to get the hang of it
  • Too many features. Chaotic
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Expert's Review

"On the right track"

Reviewed by / Feb 06, 2013

MyLifeOrganizer is one of the most complete organizer for Android

I'm pretty sure you haven't tried an organizer like this. It's probably the most complete tasks organizer regarding features and managing options.

Besides the basic tools like setting events, alarms, calendar warnings, notes, etc. there are other many features that I've seen in specific apps but not in a generic comprehensive organizer app. MyLifeOrganized put all of them together. It allows you to organizer your tasks into projects and break down large tasks into reasonably sized actions. It's fully integrated with GTD (Getting Things Done®)·

You can sort tasks by different criteria and filter them, bookmark tasks and many other management options. Besides tasks, you can set goals (weekly, monthly goals) and monitor your progress. However, what I really liked was 'nearby' and 'sync with windows' features.

"Nearby" provides a list of actions for your current GPS locations. That's it, it lets you know when you're close to a place where you have something scheduled. "Sync" allows you to transfer your tasks to your PC (Windows) using MyLifeOrganized (MLO) cloud service, or via Wi-Fi sync.

There are themes, locations, different views, and inbox of tasks among many others things. For this reason, it's a bit difficult to get the hang of it. However, if you really need these amount of features, you will do it quite fast. It's user-friendly UI and good-looking layout contributes to that purpose.

If you want to have comprehensive control over your tasks, appointments, projects, goals... and let everything tied, this is definitely your app. High recommended.
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Developer's original description available here
MyLifeOrganized is an easy-to-use, yet powerful and intuitive to-do list, task manager and outliner. Designed to strike a balance between the simple and the complex, MyLifeOrganized succeeds where competitors have failed! Using an unlimited task hierarchy and the ability to focus on subsections, MyLifeOrganized allows you to build a task management system to suit your needs.

Break down large tasks to achieve a collection of reasonably sized actions that are easy and unambiguous. Organize your tasks into projects and assign contexts. If required, set a due date, priority, and dependency. Once loaded with your information, MyLifeOrganized goes to work and prepares a simple task list containing only those next actions which require your immediate attention. This list is updated automatically once you complete a task, change context or move to another location.

Sync wirelessly with the world-class Windows Desktop version of MyLifeOrganized* to add even more power to your task management. You can sync using Wi-Fi or the Cloud service. Using the MLO Cloud service**, you can sync with multiple computers at home and the office and share a single task list or collaborate with other people.

Most MLO features are FREE forever and the free version is fully usable, but many users find that the advanced features in the Pro version provide a valuable productivity boost. Please be sure to try out the advanced features during your Pro trial period and consider upgrading to Pro (using in-app purchase) before the trial period expires.

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✓Hierarchical to-do list: Organize your tasks into projects and break down large tasks into reasonably sized actions.
✓Next Actions: Automatically display only your next actions in views such as Active by Context or Active by Project.
✓Specially designed for GTD® (Getting Things Done®)
✓MLO Smart To-Do Sorting based on Computed-Score Priority
✓Filtering of actions by context
✓Inbox for rapid task entry
✓Recurring and regenerating tasks
✓Starred tasks: Highlight your important tasks
✓Zoom: Concentrate on a specific branch of tasks
✓Use hierarchy and special option to complete the tasks and subtasks in a specific order
✓Nearby view: Get a list of actions for your current GPS location
✓Location based alerts about Active Actions near you
✓View your NearBy tasks on a map
✓Undo for last operations
✓Widgets with voice input
✓Widget will always show your actual todo list depending on the current time or location
✓Custom sorting for todo lists
✓Contexts may include other contexts
✓Use task dependencies (set on desktop) to complete the tasks in a specific order.
✓Use Open/Closed hours for context (set on desktop) to see active task for the current time
✓Add MLO task to calendar and other applications
✓Send tasks from other applications to MLO
✓Collaborate with other people using the MLO Cloud service**
✓Sync with MyLifeOrganized for Windows* using the MLO Cloud sync service ** or via Wi-Fi sync.
✓Templates for various task management systems from GTD® to FranklinCovey and Do-It-Tomorrow are included in MyLifeOrganized for Windows to help you start quickly with your own task management system.

*MyLifeOrganized for Windows Desktop task manager sold separately. Professional version 3.5.9 or higher required.

**MLO Cloud is a low-cost, fee-based subscription service allowing you to wirelessly sync your tasks between different MyLifeOrganized platforms. Free Wi-Fi sync included to Pro version

***Some features require upgrading to MyLifeOrganized Pro. Your device should support location service and Google Maps for location based task lists, alerts and showing tasks on a map. The version for Amazon appstore does not support showing tasks on a map.

Recently changed in this version

* Added more views for widget
* Command "Show in Outline" added for all views
* Added option to skip one occurrence of a recurrent task or all till today
* Added sorting for views in "All views"
* Fixed compatibility with new devices without hardware "menu" button
* All MLO dialogs should be consistent with the current device theme
* Fixed an issue where a task may lose parent if delete and then undo
* Fixed an issue where undo doesn't restore modified date
* Improved stability and performance

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Comments and ratings for MyLifeOrganized
  • (69)

    by Dmitry Rubanovich on 14/06/2014

    First of all, I love the spin wheels. If you want to take them away, at least make them optional. They make moving stuff around much more natural. In fact, the stock android alarm clock lost most functionality to me when they switched from spin wheels to select format. Spin wheels are just more convenient as an interface on a touch screen. When using a mouse (on a desktop) I'd prefer a mouse

  • (69)

    by Ira Dotson on 05/06/2014

    I'm a recent convert from an iPhone to a Note 3 and I was searching for the equivalent of OmniFocus. Several reviews on MLO recommended it as a comparable app. In my opinion, it's not only comparable, but in some ways it is superior. The app does have a leaving curve, but the flexibility, power & dynamic design are all worth it.

  • (69)

    by Michael Hewett on 02/06/2014

    I like this easy-to-use, powerful outliner and the price for the Pro version is fair.

  • (69)

    by Brandon Blake on 31/05/2014

    Did you forget about your android user base?!

  • (69)

    by Nick Watson on 30/05/2014

    I'm in the process of transferring my unwieldy list of tasks from Outlook to (syncing with) MLO on the desktop, and running the Android version alongside it. So far it seems to have all the flexibility I could want, and it's encouraging me to prioritise so hopefully I'm concentrating on the right stuff at the right time in the right place. The desktop app handles GTD contexts better than anything

  • (69)

    by Miles Lord on 13/05/2014

    Sick of Android being left out in the cold. 7 ipad updates while still promising an android version 2 which has never materialised, I no longer use this software.

  • (69)

    by Kyith Ng on 03/05/2014

    I think it is not the first time users have highlighted that certain things like a calendar date selector, something we use every time we enter, wasn't incorporated. If they can bridge these ux gaps then they are good. Sadly they do not. Why does the fonts need to be so big!