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Six Apps We Used To Love (And Where They Are Now)

Today’s best apps and services for search, email, music streaming and to-do management weren’t always number one. Some of the apps we loved a long time ago are still out there, updating, adding features and keeping their fans happy even if they don’t have what it takes to thrill tech bloggers or stay in the limelight. Here are a few of those old dogs you may remember, and some of the new tricks that make them worth a fresh look.

Talk To Siri To Add Tasks To Remember The Milk

iPhone: Siri, the iPhone’s new voice-controlled assistant, not only lets you send messages and look stuff up on your phone, now you can also ask Siri to remind you of tasks via Remember the Milk.

Remember The Milk For Android Offers Free Version, New Interface

Android: GTD-style to-do manager Remember The Milk announced a major update to its Android app today, including an overhauled interface with new features and a free version of the app with basic features for all users.

Remember The Milk Finally Comes To The iPad, Adds Gestures And Instant Sync

iOS: After more than a year of development and several false starts, the team behind Remember The Milk has finally unveiled an iPad app. The app was built from the ground up for the iPad, and while it includes core features that current users enjoy, there are a few surprises as well.

TaskSync Syncs Remember The Milk Tasks To iCal Calendars

Mac OS X only: iCal’s tasks might do the trick for some Apple-centric users, but they’re not easy to export to other apps and systems. Use taskSync to hook up web-based task manager Remember the Milk and iCal instead.

MilkSync Ties Remember The Milk Into Outlook Tasks

Windows only: Remember the Milk is a powerful task manager, but most office work puts Outlook in front of you. Now you can bridge your Outlook and RTM tasks with MilkSync, a free download for RTM Pro customers (and 15-day trial for everyone else).

Remember The Milk For iPhone Now Free For All

Popular to-do list application Remember The Milk is releasing their iPhone app for free to all users. And yes, there is a catch.

Create A Catch-All "Dashboard" View In Your To-Do Manger

It’s great that your to-do list manager can set tags, due dates and locations to your important tasks. Make it even better by having it show you the tasks that have slipped by or gone without due dates or labels.

Turn Remember The Milk Into A Getting Things Done Platform

If you’re a big fan of Remember the Milk for basic to-do lists and location-aware reminders, you’ll be pleased to see how easily you can tweak it to contain your entire GTD workflow.

Use Gmail Canned Responses To Automate RTM Tasks

Gmail’s canned responses are a true timesaver, but they can also fill out a task list in Remember the Milk (RTM) like nobody’s business. An RTM forum member details how he uses auto-filled emails for meal and grocery planning.

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