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iOS Reminders to Outlook
iOS Reminders to iCloud
Toodledo cloud with different client (e.g. ToDo)
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I wish David Allen Co would take the plunge and develop its own app / software, though I know that's a very different business from your primary focus.
Keep many of my day-to-day lists in Google Tasks since I use google mail as my primary email and its the easiest way to track and links with Google calendar. I use a google doc spreadsheet for projects and other higher levels lists as well as my lists for individual people.
For me it works great for work and a bit less well for home but am working on that.
HP iPAQ 111 Tasks application synchronized with MS Outlook 2010.
Have been trying out IQTELL for a couple of months. It's web based and really configurable. So it can be as complex or as simple as you need it to be. I'm really enjoying it.
I need the easiest format for a GTD app as I'm forgetful, can't focus, easily distracted and new to the system. What is suggested for a beginner?
I use Evernote as my main GTD system now and, once I got to the 4th or 5th configuration, I've that it is perfect for on the go as well.
I use Bonsai outliner on my Palms (I switch between a T|3 and a TX) synched with the Windows desktop version.
it seems to work well enough. It's a great place to keep reference material... but a little cumbersome to compose a list on my phone. much easy on the desktop. Its web based and one time their server went "tits up" for two days... and i was unable to access it for the entire time it was out. Definitely a downside. It's free and now that they fixed the "online only" part it's my go to application.
I also use Colornote (for android) as a quick way to jot down a few things. Its only a phone app.