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    Default A "due app" Android equivalent

    I had an iPhone for a few months and fell in love with an app called "Due". Check it out at dueapp.com. I like it because it makes you address the tasks to make the alarm go off. It calls this the "auto snooze" function. The app gives a notification and if you don't clear it by setting a new time for the reminder to go off or by checking off the task it will go off again in a minute. This forces you to look at the screen and address it.

    Does anyone know of a similar app with that function for android? Or a way to recreate that? I have Astrid now and the persistent notifications in the notification panel don't do it for me. I've just learned to ignore them.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    Default Re: A "due app" Android equivalent

    I too miss Due, it's an amazing app.

    I've found two that are pretty good. I'm still trying both to see which i like better.

    Life Reminders & RemindMe
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdmadon View Post
    I too miss Due, it's an amazing app.

    I've found two that are pretty good. I'm still trying both to see which i like better.

    Life Reminders & RemindMe
    Thanks. I'm trying Life Reminders now. Who developed RemindMe? There are a lot of apps with that name.
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    Default Re: A "due app" Android equivalent

    Check out ANY.do

    Not sure if that's what you're looking for, but it works well for me.
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    I used ANY.do for awhile, and I LOVE the UI. But, it had persistent notifications, but just the icon and a great notification that would display all your tasks on one "notification space". But I need the phone to keep making sound and annoying the hell out of me until I stop and address the task.

    So far Life Reminders is winning. Many thanks to cdmadon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wlane272 View Post
    I used ANY.do for awhile, and I LOVE the UI. But, it had persistent notifications, but just the icon and a great notification that would display all your tasks on one "notification space". But I need the phone to keep making sound and annoying the hell out of me until I stop and address the task.
    You might want to try ANY.do again.

    They've added "ANY.do moment"... it pops up with a reminder of all of your days "To Do's", and allows you to either mark them as done, remind me in 15 minutes, remind me tomorrow or custom.

    It also automatically allows you to set reminders for any missed phone calls! If you didn't answer a call, it will ask if you'd like to Ignore, Be Reminded to call back, Call Back Now, etc.

    It's just a very elegant reminder program that keeps getting better and better! AND... it's FREE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wlane272 View Post
    Thanks. I'm trying Life Reminders now. Who developed RemindMe? There are a lot of apps with that name.
    RemindMe is by Shipit Solutions.

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