The Any.do task manager for Android can help you manage your tasks and projects for free. And with a subscription, you can unlock a few helpful tools, such as the ability to set reminders by location.
Clean design: The app is well designed and does a nice job of displaying your to-do items and letting you items.
Manage lists: You can track events, create lists, and set reminders -- even recurring reminders. Of course, you can create a task and then add a subtask by tapping Subtasks on the task's screen.
Sync across mobile, desktop, and assistants: Along with Android, Any.do has an app for iPhone, a Chrome extension, and a task bot for Slack. And it works with Amazon Alexa.
Collaborate: With the free version, you can share a single task with others to manage a group or family project.
Premium features: For $26.99 a year, you can subscribe to And.do Premium and get the ability to assign tags, set colors, share unlimited lists, and create detailed recurring tasks.
Reminders by location: With the paid version, you can set location-based reminders. When creating a task, just set a location and whether to be reminded when you arrive or depart the location.
No Android calendar integration: On iPhones -- but not on Android -- you can hook Any.do up with your calendar to see calendar events and to-do lists side by side.
The Any.do task manager is a well-designed and free way to keep track of your to-do items. If you want to access some of the app's more interesting and useful features, you need to pay $26.99, however.