I reviewed Workflowy back in May, 2012 and it was perhaps the most well-received and cited post I have ever written. That’s because Workflowy allows you to organize your tasks in the same way you think about them. Many readers recognized the potential of the tool and I still get comments from people thanking me for turning them on to Workflowy.
The Workflowy app is available in the iTunes store. The app is not as flashy as a lot of other apps. In fact, it looks and operates the same as the web based version. Frankly, I prefer it that way. I don’t need to learn another interface. Log in and you will see your existing tasks. Expand using the “+” and “-” signs to expand or collapse levels. Click in the list and your keyboard appears. Very easy and very intuitive.
I have not tested the Android device but, as it is almost time to upgrade my phone, maybe I will in the near future.
If you would like to try Workflowy, here’s the link.task management, Workflowy