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Getting Things Done tasklist/activity manager

Inspired by the great book Getting Things Done by David Allan. This is a program I wrote because I badly needed it in order to organize my own time. I failed to find anything, on any platform, that satisfied my requirements:

  • Free
  • Preferably Open Source
  • Designed after the principles in "Getting Things Done"
  • Safe; no unnecessary app privileges, no enforced integration with Google (or any other) services in order to work.
  • Fast and efficient to work with
  • Safeguards against losing data by accidents in stressful environments (for example by cancelling a half edited task by hitting the Android back button).
  • Professionally designed and implemented (I'm just too tired with amateurish implemented "apps").

These requirements became my blueprint when I built VikingGTD. VikingGTD is free of eye candy and animations – but in stead very fast and responsive, also when the number of tasks grows during real use by busy people.


  • Any number of actions in one of any number of lists.
  • Each action can be configured with when, where, how and at what priority. These parameters can then be used to easily sort trough and re-organize the actions.
  • Search in lists and actions.
  • Fast access to main functions and frequently used features
  • Easy to schedule an action to any time, date, week, month, or year.
  • Easy and fast to reschedule one or more actions.
  • No built in limitations, no nagging about money,***NO ADS***
  • No phone home, sneaking in private data or other misbehaviour.
  • Import data from the TaskList app if you already use that to organize your life
  • Export to / import from xml on the sdcard for backup and move to other devices.
  • Flexible automatic repeat of completed actions for reoccurring tasks
Author:Jarle Aase
Categories:Office, Time
Google Play:Check if it's there
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Version 1.10 (2020-10-26)

Android Versions:
  • Target: 11.0
  • MinVer: 4.0
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