One sure sign of success is the realization that you can no longer keep all the stuff you need to do in your head. Life coaches often suggest that list making is the first positive step toward an organized life.
If you're already using Google Tasks, then installing Google's Tasks app for Android smartphones and tablets should be on your to-do list.
Developed by Team Tasks, the free tool keeps Google Tasks in sync with between desktop, laptop and all handheld devices, works as a widget on Android 2.2 to deliver due-date reminders, works with multiple Google accounts, integrates with Google sharing and comes with light and dark themes.
Updated to v1.2.5 on May 4, Tasks now has more options for widgets, including special adjustments for tablets, delivers PED reminders, plus a 4x4 widget for Froyo and Gingerbread editions of Android. And despite being written with the design language introduced with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0), Tasks works with Android 2.2 or higher. The free (ad-supported) version has all the features of the $0.99 (ad free) version, and all tasks and related data remain in place when upgrading. Tasks isn't as polished as Any.DO's To Do List, but it seems to have the sync thing down.