Version 4.0 of Remember the Milk Rolls out with a new UI

Remember the Milk, one of the more popular to-do list apps available for Android (which many think of it as a grocery list app), has gotten a pretty large update today. The update brings the app to version 4.0, but also brings along with it a brand new UI, as well as sub tasks, and improved sharing, just to name a few new features. The UI is now completely material. Making it much easier to use the app, as well as a joy to use. Prior to this update, the app didn't have a terrible UI, but it definitely wasn't material design (and hasn't been updated since the ICS/Jelly Bean era).

A few other features added in this update is the ability to work offline. Allowing you to continue working on your tasks while you don't have an internet connection. Remember the Milk also added a start date option, allowing you to track when you should start working on a particular task. The developers added advanced sorting, individual task reminders, notifications and tag colors. The tag colors are a pretty big deal because it allows you to become a bit more organized with your lists and tasks that need to be done. Remember the Milk is also available on multiple platforms as well as a web app, all of which can be synced with each other. So no matter where you are, your list is going to be up-to-date.

With this update, Remember the Milk is also announcing a change to their pro plan pricing, which the company says has been the same since 2007. Now new users will be charged $40 per year, that's a little less than $4/month not a bad price really. Existing users can keep their current pricing through August 2017, right now. The updated Remember the Milk app is available now on the Google Play Store, it's a much better looking app now although it does have a few odd things going on with the UI. Those should be fixed in the next few updates. If you're looking for a to-do list update or a grocery app, then you'll want to check out Remember the Milk.

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