Now paper and pen are going out of fashion. Thanks to the smartphone, in fact, you can annotate notes, dates, phone numbers and other data directly on your mobile device. All you need is to find the app that best suits your needs (in fact there are several applications designed to manage to-do lists, meetings and all the activities of the day), install it on your Android or iPhone smartphone and start using it as a diary for notes and appointments.
Google surprised us yesterday with a new application. We are talking about Google Tasks, an app specialized in creating and managing task lists. Many of us saw this movement as a new rival to Google Keep, although from the Mountain View company they are specialists in offering all kinds of tools that compete with themselves. In addition to reflecting on the role of Google Tasks, we wanted to deal directly with Google Keep to see what are the strengths of each one when creating and managing task lists.