‘Todo’ is a simple, elegant and completely free task manager for your Android

Brian Adam

Currently there is a large number of applications on Android to create to-do lists and not get confused when completing projects both in our work and in our personal life. Not in vain, the mobile is the center even of a good part of our leisure, hence they are always interesting the apps that make our lives easier.

Although they can all be similar, Elements such as design or small functionalities in its interior can be key when it comes to perfectly adapting to what we need and ‘Everything’ can be a perfect unifier of both design and functionalities as well as price. And yes, it is still a little green but progressing well.


Less is more in ‘Everything’

‘Todo’ is a new application in which design is precisely one of the strengths, in addition to being completely free. As we can see in its conception, the dark color predominates, ideal for those who activate this mode in most apps. At the top we will see that we can establish a name, status and by clicking on the avatars choose the one we like the most.

Creating a new task will be as simple as clicking on the “+” button, in order to add a title, a due date, if we want a reminder, a description and an associated category. In general, the use of ‘Everything’ is quite intuitive and the app keeps improving update after update.



A) Yes, on the main screen we can check at a quick glance how many tasks we have created, what categories do they correspond to (you can set a color per category) and how many we have completed. At the bottom will appear those tasks that we have to complete today, so we will know what we have to complete urgently without having to navigate between categories.


That it is free, so simple and, above all, its design makes you want to use it. Many task management applications offer so many options and so much information that it sometimes makes you distracted from what is really important. As we said at the beginning, the app is only one year old and still has functionalities to implement but it’s worth giving it a try.



  • Price: Free
  • Developer: Shortcut
  • Download: For Android on Google Play