Yes, I have some prior experience.
It's an app using almost entirely system calls so I had to be careful that works with all the different Android versions and devices. Also, I was limited by what the system offers but this turned out to be an advantage since I was forced to keep the app simple.
Pocket - Awesome functionality, offline read everything!
Files Go - Beautiful design and cleaning up the device automatically,
JEFIT - The ultimate gym tracking app
Almost 2 years now.
The casual user has a lot of to-do apps but never uses them because he forgets to open them. Microtasks, on the other hand, is always visible. Any time you check your device for new notifications, you will see your pending tasks.
I think it's offering just enough feature set that doesn't overwhelm the user. Having said that, the feature set is more than enough for the needs of most users. It supports scheduling a task to appear in a future date, repeating tasks daily/weekly/monthly, coloring tasks, and much more. And all of the features are available for free. The in-app purchase is only for removing the ads.
We have an active feature request tracker: https://microtasks.nolt.io/. It's a small but passionate community that adds features and votes for existing ones. In the near future, I think more customization for repeating tasks (e.g. which days of the week), reordering of tasks, and adding sound/vibration to tasks.
If you enjoy the app, don't keep if for yourself. Spread the word :)
Microtasks is a plain simple to-do / notes / task manager that uses entirely the notification area. Use it to add small things that you must do or remember during the day, habit building, sudden inspiration notes, or anything else.
Date: June 5, 2020
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