Google Tasks Client is the best application for using Google Tasks on your desktop. It supports full screen, alert notifications, overall search, multiple Google account addition, dark mode, global shortcuts, and English.
The browser version of Google Tasks is a great application. Just because it's only available as a sidebar to Gmail and Google Calendar doesn't necessarily mean it's easy to use. Google Tasks Client is a desktop application that pursues the idea that Google Tasks should be more like this.
Google Tasks Client is an application for those who want to use Google Tasks on their desktop. Any edits you make in Google Tasks Client will be immediately reflected in your official Google Tasks. You can safely focus on the tasks you need to do now at any time, whether on your mobile or on your desktop.
While the browser version of Google Tasks is only available in a small area of the sidebar, Google Tasks Client is available in full screen mode, making it more convenient and faster to use.
You can search through all your tasks by entering keywords. Even if you don't know where a task has gone, you can quickly find it. You can edit or delete the tasks you have searched for.
You can filter all tasks to show only those tasks that are due 'today' or 'tomorrow'. So you can clearly see which tasks you need to do today. You can also see a list of "All" tasks in Google Tasks.
You can sort your task lists and tasks by drag & drop, due date, alphabetical order, etc. You can sort tasks by priority from the top of the list, by due date, or any other way you like.
We believe that keeping you safe is the most important part of Google Tasks Client. Login authentication is limited to Google OAuth 2.0 authentication only. This means that you only enter your password within the Google site, and not even our developers can know your password. This makes it as difficult as possible for your login details to be leaked to the outside world. We do not send any private data, such as tasks, to any servers outside of Google. The communication is directly between your computer and Google's servers, giving you greater peace of mind.
You can switch smoothly between the two themes: light mode and dark mode. You can also use the system to automatically switch between light mode in the morning and dark mode at night.
You can add multiple Google accounts to your account. You can quickly switch between the accounts you've added.
If you press Command(Control) + Shift + A, a pop-up will appear to add a task. lur1}If you add a task there, it will be immediately reflected in Google Tasks. If you are working on something else and think of a task, you can add it right away.
Click the "Download" button to go to the Mac App Store or Microsoft Store and download the app.
Launch Google Tasks Client and sign in with your Google account.
You can start using Google Tasks Client immediately. Manage and edit your tasks right on your desktop.
If you have feedback or have found a bug, please contact us at the email address below. firstname.lastname@example.org
It's a desktop application for using Google Tasks on macOS and Windows. The browser version of Google Tasks is only available as a sidebar to Google Calendar or Gmail, but is not compatible with FullScreen and can be difficult to use. This application has been released with the ultimate goal of making Google Tasks more convenient and faster for users.
We believe that keeping your security safe is one of the most important aspects of this application. First of all, Google Tasks Client requires OAuth authentication when you sign in with your Google account. This means that you can only enter your login password within the Google site, and not even the developers can know your password. This prevents your login details from being leaked to the outside world. The data you enter will not be transmitted to any other Google server. The data is only stored on your local computer and on Google's servers.
Google Tasks Client is a paid application. You must pay once for each Google Tasks Client on the Mac App Store or Microsoft Store. (If you want to use the app on both macOS and Windows, you will need to make multiple purchases).
The first version was released in December 2019. If you have any problems with the app, we would appreciate it if you could contact us. We will try to fix any problems as soon as possible to make it easier to use.
Google Tasks Client is based on the concept of reproducing what Google Tasks can do on desktop applications as much as possible. We've also added features to make Google Tasks even easier to use.
We hope to update it regularly. The application is still in its infancy and there are several useful features that we plan to develop. When new versions of are released, we will post them on this site and on Twitter.
No, there is not, as the iOS and Android apps have already been released by Google. We envisage that you will be able to use the app version on your smartphone and use Google Tasks Client on your desktop to work smoothly with iOS and Android.
Updated the design in the modal to make it easier to use.
The latest system has been upgraded to improve overall performance
Improved the tasks so that they are arranged in order of due date and time.
Hi, I'm the developer of Google Tasks Client. Thank you for your interest in this app. I'd like to digress a bit and tell you a little bit about the background behind the creation of this app.
I myself am a user of Google Tasks. I use it a lot to keep track of things that come to my mind as a memo, and more often than not, for my shopping list. You know how easy it is to forget what you need to buy? It's easy for me to forget. So I write them down in Google Tasks before I forget them, and later, as expected, those notes have saved me many times.
We also worked together on another app, where we created a shared Google account so that we could see each other's tasks in Google Tasks. We used to use the browser version of Google Tasks, but it was too small and difficult to use. I think most of you who have come here have found this to be the case. That's why I thought it would be useful to have a desktop app for Google Tasks and I wanted to create one. This is a good starting point.
I was able to add tasks with global shortcuts early on. However, the functionality was too limited to be released as an app. I was not sure. I also felt a bit underwhelmed by the fact that we were using Electron for development. So I decided to make the Google Tasks themselves visible and editable in the app. I used Microsoft To Do and Wunderlist as references. When I first used Wunderlist, I was shocked. It was pretty straightforward. Unfortunately, the app is no longer available, but we were conscious of creating a similarly easy to understand UI.
What was important to us during the creation of the app was to make it safe. A ToDo list is literally a list of things to do, but different users use it in different ways, sometimes with passwords or personal information that should never be seen by anyone else. In order to achieve this, we kept the communication between your computer and Google's servers simple. We also limited login to Google OAuth authentication, so you don't have to enter your password in the app and it's not stored anywhere.
Basically, we've tried to replicate the functionality of Google Tasks, but we've also added a few things that I think would be nice to have. For example, the addition of multiple Google accounts. In this day and age, you probably have more than one Google account rather than just one. Some are for work, some are for personal use and some are accounts that you don't reveal to anyone. You can switch between accounts in the browser version, but it's a bit inconvenient as you have to reopen the screen. I thought it would be useful to be able to switch between multiple accounts on the same screen, so I added it. Also, the number of remaining tasks is not available in the browser version. It would be useful to be able to quickly check the number of tasks remaining. It's a great way to keep track of your progress.
The app is nearing completion and we've decided to release it. The process of releasing the app to the Mac App Store and Microsoft Store was more difficult than the development of this app... But we managed to get the app released with the help of the world's wisdom. We are happy to say that the app has been installed one by one from all over the world. However, the app is still in its infancy and we believe it needs further improvement. We don't plan to stop updating the app for now.
There are still a lot of useful features that we would like to add. There are still a lot of things we need to improve. We want to make sure that everyone who uses our app is happy with it. That's our promise to you from Google Tasks Client.