Is the task management comprehensive?
Clear is very simple and if you have complex home and work tasks on the go, you’ll find it doesn’t offer the flexibility of some of the other services (it does, however, offer multiple lists and the ability to assign dates and times). Wunderlist has just enough features to make it our favoured option for personal task list keeping, though Any.do runs it a very close second. At its heart both are very simple but we’re fans. N aturally the end game for Wunderlist and Any.do is to sign you up as a Pro member (the key extra features in Wunderlist are adding files to your to-dos, unlimited sharing and unlimited subtasks). 2Do and Things are a step up. Things in particular is based around projects, with the ability to hold pending tasks in an inbox and mark some as ‘someday’ tasks, presumably those things you never get round to. You’re also able to add tags, too.
OmniFocus is the most fully featured, but it’s way too complex if all you want to do is manage your personal stuff. In our minds it’s definitely for work, not play.