We all love working from home. We also love working from any device, particularly our cellphones. Additionally, we love being able to track and manage our tasks.

With remote work increasing in today’s community, it is vital to work from any device and location. It is also essential to have a reliable task management app, especially since these apps keep our day-to-day work schedule organized. In this blog post, we list four all-time favorite task management apps for Androids.


Asana is a project/task management app built for team collaboration. From small projects to significant picture collaboration, Asana can manage it all. Some features that Android users love are: 

  • Aesthetic design
  • Assigning multiple members to a card
  • Ability to create various fields within a card
  • Ability to develop detailed tasks with descriptions
  • Switch between multiple projects through kanban boards, calendars, and lists
  • Leave comments with “@” mentions
  • Classify tasks as low or high priority

According to Android users, Asana is a fabulous task management tool for keeping everyone in the loop. Team members can always see what task everyone is doing.

The way Asana works is that users create cards. Within those cards, subtasks can be created. Subtasks help lead and organize the primary task (i.e., the card). 

Though this task management app is excellent, it is not perfect. According to several Android users, the Asana Android app is challenging to use and incredibly hard to sign-in. Some users have reported issues in creating a new password and the app not recognizing the password.

Finally, Asana users reported that the app could get expensive over time, especially for small teams. Here are the pricing plans for Asana.


  • Basic: Free 
  • Premium: $10.99 per user/ per month
  • Business: $24.99 per user/ per month
  • Enterprise: contact sales

Asana is excellent for extensive team collaborations. And even though there is a free plan for small teams, it is extremely limited in functionality. The next task management app on our list is AirSend. 


Unlike Asana’s difficult usability, AirSend is incredibly easy-to-use. No more switching between apps. Send messages, have voice/video calls, share and organize files, and complete actions all in one place so that you can focus on what you do best — making clients happy. Our platform features: 

  • Built-in audio/video calling
  • Note management 
  • Task tracking 
  • File storage/organization 
  • Email-to-channel 
  • Role management
  • Creating communities

Since this blog post is about task management, we will focus on task management with AirSend. Android users love how easy it is to create reminders, assignments, and other tasks with a click-of-a-button. 

When creating a task in AirSend, users have the ability to: 

  1. Name the task
  2. Insert an action description 
  3. Assign members 
  4. Set up a reminder with date and time

Once an action is created, the assigned members will get an email notification notifying them they have a new task. All members can stay in the loop, keep up-to-date with assignments, and get work done efficiently and quickly. Best of all, AirSend has excellent price plans. 


Here is the pricing for AirSend

  • Personal: Free 
  • Pro: $4/ monthly
  • Business: $99/ monthly


Trello is a kanban-based organizer that helps you get back in control of your work and daily life. Users love the design and the aesthetic wallpapers. With Trello, Android users have the capability to: 

  • Tackle to-do lists with ease
  • Stay in the know, even on the go
  • Assign members to tasks
  • Input descriptions 
  • Implement labels
  • Integrate with other apps
  • Insert a checklist and attachments 

A downside to Trello is the design of Trello cards. When adding extensive information on a task, the card gets longer. When a Trello card gets super long, there is a whole lot of scrolling involved. Also, many users have commented that there are more paywalls, particularly the calendar link.

However, the bright side to Trello is that the platform continually syncs with all devices that have Trello. So, whether you are working on your laptop or working from your phone, you can always expect real-time updates to your Trello board. 


  • Free
  • Business Class: $9.99 per user/per month
  • Enterprise: Dependent on how many employees work at the company

Google Keep

Google Keep, as the name implies, is a task management app for Google. The fantastic thing about Google Keep is that it connects with Google Workspace. Keep is simple-to-use and syncs with all users who are on the card. 

Ideally, Google Keep is used to capturing quick thoughts. Android users like the fact that the app can record voice memos, add notes and lists,  and upload attachments. Users can also Color and add labels to code notes to quickly organize and get on with your life. 

Users also love the security features that Keep offers, such as password protection. However, some common complaints from Android users are that over time the app slows down, making it difficult to work the app. In terms of pricing, the app is free to install.


We list our four all-time favorite task management apps for Android:

  • Asana
  • AirSend
  • Trello
  • Google Keep

Each app solves a specific solution. Which solution is best for you?