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Pro Follows Android design guidelines
The mobile Android app of TickTick follows the Android design guidelines for a familiar interface.
Pro No clutter
TickTick takes a minimalistic approach in order to keep things simple.
Pro Has a calendar view
Pro version of the software allows tasks to be laid out in an easy to overview calendar view.
Pro Supports #hashtags (labels)
Just click a hashtag to filter your labeled tasks.
Pro Share task lists for collaboration
You can share a list through an email or a shareable link.
Pro Create checklist for a task
On each task you can choose between a text description or a checklist.
Pro Flexible recurring tasks
Recurring tasks are simple to set, and can be created according to custom rules.
Pro Free task tagging
Tags are a native feature; up to five tags can be applied to each task.
Pro Advanced sorting options
Tasks can be sorted by dragging and dropping them in the list.
Pro Set list color
You can set a different color for each list.
Pro Customizeable Android widget
You can change the opacity, themes, lists, and cosmetic features of the widget.
Pro Easy to add tasks
Just start typing to add a task.
It’s accessible on the web, via a Chrome extension, on Android (phone/tablet, with widgets), and on iOS.
Pro Lightweight app
TickTick is resource-light, which is great if you run multiple programs or are using an older device.
Con No assignee support
You cannot assign a task to a specific user.
Con Free version is limited
TickTick's free version is limited to 19 task lists, 1 attachment per day, and 1 collaborator.
Con No search of non-latin languages in web
The web version has no ability to search non-latin languages (e.g. Russian, Greek).
Con No native integrations with IFTTT or Zapier
The app doesn't feature native integration with these services, but you can use this functionality by fiddling with the custom email address that is provided by TickTick.
Con Intelligent date and time entries don't work everywhere
In some apps, you can type "call Ben tomorrow at noon" and the date and time fields will be automatically populated with "tomorrow" and "noon". TickTick has recently implemented this feature, but it doesn't work flawlessly via the webapp or via a widget. The functionality does work good within the Android app, however.