There are a lot of task apps out there these days and it seems every time you turn around there is a new one. I have used several overt years and have a few favorites. Which apps do you like and why? Here are the ones I like the best..... ToDo Cloud, (Appigo) This app was the first task manager I got when the iPhone 3G was released. Been using it for years and the program has grown quite a bit. It is one of the few that has apps available for the iPad, iPhone and Mac as well as Android. It allows Projects, checklists and can set up tasks for visiting websites or just making a call. This app is truly a phenomenal app to manage your task load. Syncing through ToDo Cloud keeps all devices up to date and the sync is immediate and flawless. OmniFocus (Omni Group) This app is also phenomenal, but extremely expensive and worth it. It might be a bit of an overkill for the average person and it has a large learning curve, but it is well written and very stable. It also has a Mac app and iPhone app which all sync together, although sometimes slow. Pocket Informant (Web Information Solutions) If you are used to working with a day planner like the Franklin Planner this app will feel very comfortable to you. It is basically a digital version of a day planner. Having been a heavy Franklin Planner user this app is definitely one of my favorites and it is the ONLY app that can use the Franklin Covey task prioritization method. All the others are GTD based and this app can also be GTD based as well. Personally I prefer the Franklin Covey Methods so that is a big reason I love this app. This app will also keep your Calendar, Notes and uses your Contact list. This app will sync to the iCloud Contact and Calendar apps across iOS and Mac, however there is no dedicated Mac app. I personally love all three of these apps as each has unique features I like. For most people having all three is a bit of a "task management overkill" but I find it hard to choose just one because of the unique feature sets that each one has. If I absolutely had to eliminate one, I think I would choose OmniFocus, but again that would be a hard choice.