Ask The Readers: What GTD Apps Should I Try And Why?
In the process of writing Monday’s post on why I prefer the almighty pen and paper combination above all else, I ironically started to feel a slight twinge of curiosity about all those GTD apps out there. Most of the GTD related tweets on Twitter revolve around people’s experiments with different apps and I pretty much always skipped over them… until now.
The only time I tried using any app to get organized was years ago with Thinking Rock, back when I was still a productivity freshman and still unsure what tools worked best for me. However that lasted all of an hour when I realized I’d wasted all that time tinkering with it rather than actually using it.
Recently I started using a couple of apps to track my finances and it’s not actually been that bad. I spent a couple of hours looking for something that suited my needs but since then it’s been straightforward. So, now I’m once again tempted to try some GTD apps again to see what the fuss is all about and that’s where I need your help. For all those hifi people out there, what apps do you use or prefer, and why? And for all you lofi brothers and sisters, feel free to try and persuade me not to jump to the dark side! Look forward to the discussion.