Subject to our human nature, we are always bound to forget some very important tasks at some point as we run in between strangling schedules of our day to day life. Forgetting some crucial things has definitely landed some of us in trouble. Here are some top Android reminder apps that can help us keep everything in check at the end of the day.
  1. do To-do List

Coming free accompanied by in-app purchases, this app lets you set tasks and their time of reminding you to get done with them. It is fast to use with other intriguing features such as task customizations, time and location-based reminders, Cal calendar, cloud syncing that can be done between devices as well as sister app support.
  1. aCalendar

aCalendar comes with two versions, one free, while the upgrade comes at a cost of $4.99. aCalendar is mostly recommended for folks who are not using Google calendars. Coming with its simple UI are other amazing features such as account syncing, support for NFC and QR, ability to theme your calendars, etc. Events and their reminders can also be added to your calendar. The upgraded version gives you extra advantages such as ability to unlock tasks.
  1. BZ Reminder

The BZ Reminder comes free plus in-app purchases and with a simple UI. It gives you the freedom to set reminders for anything that you wish. Added to its features is the ability to include notes in your reminders as well as cloud syncing, recurring tasks, Android Wear Support and a simple in-built calendar. It is not sophisticated and just avails the crucial things you need for a basic reminder.
  1. Google App (Google Now)

Google Now is obtained by installing Google App, which comes absolutely free. This amazing personal assistant from Google comes in style, giving you information the way you want it with features such as voice action reminders which can be saved for later use, and a simple interface.
  1. Evernote

Coming freely and accompanied with in-app purchases, Evernote has been recognized as one of the best Google apps with an impressive note-taking feature. Its other outstanding feature is its ability to help you create reminders for notes that are based on location and time such as when going to the mall and Evernote will remind you of the shopping list.
  1. Google Keep

Coming at an absolutely free cost, Google Keep is another impressive app from Google, though with a few short-comings such as shortage of interesting features. It comes with the ability to take any kind of notes and even share them with others as it syncs them with Google Drive. These notes are based on location and time as well.
  1. Just Reminder

Coming freely plus in-app purchases, this app is just what it says it is, with features set for reminders only and nothing more. Therefore, its interface is filled with more advanced options for reminders such as configuring them to recur when needed and for any purpose needed. The design of this app, however, is a bit too drab.
  1. Inbox by Gmail

This unique app on Gmail from Google comes free of charge and adds the advantage of seeing notifications on reminders beside your inbox mails. Nothing much to say about it though.
  1. Today Calendar

Coming with two versions, one free and the other one at a cost of $2.59, Today Calendar is another great calendar alternative for those who need reminders. With a simple and quick UI, this app allows you to set events plus their reminders in a jiffy. Though it doesn’t include minor details like in aCalendar, it still cuts across many important aspects of our daily activities.
  1. Life Reminders

Coming absolutely free, Life Reminders comes as an obedient that does things exactly how you tell it to. It also comes with nifty features such as a reminder for a call that not only reminds you when the time of the call comes but also lets you make the call directly by tapping on the notification. The recent tweaks added to its amazing features make it worth your time.

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