Best To Do app that doesn't have a subscription model?

Currently have too many yearly subscriptions and hoping there's something like Todoist.
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    Trello

    Organize anything, together

    Ivan Burban
    Ivan Burban13CMO at Stripo · Written
    Use it for every project! really good product!
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    I use Trello boards & cards for to do lists. You can use the Card Repeater power up for daily tasks that reoccur, which saves time. https://help.trello.com/article/...
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    Dr Mani
    Dr ManiAuthor of 'Knife At A Gunfight' · Written
    I've used it and found it very helpful to stay organized.
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  2. 63
    Zenkit

    The project management tool that grows with you

    Jessi Lu
    Jessi Lu14Change the future. · Written
    I think Zenkit might be a good alternative. It's simple but with many features. You can use it across devices and it got a free plan. If you need more features you can also use the monthly subscription model.
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    Riter

    Project management & team collaboration tool

    Riter is a task management web-based tool which our team is currently working on. A free version of Riter has no limitations on a number of users, projects, functionality, and time limits. You can work with project groups, projects, tasks, and todos within tasks.
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    Dr Mani
    Dr ManiAuthor of 'Knife At A Gunfight' · Written
    I found it easy to use and it helped set priorities for a daily to-do list
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  4. 10
    Things 3.0

    Complete revamp of the original, award-winning task manager

    By far my favorite to date.
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  5. 5
    Microsoft To-Do

    An intelligent task management app

    Saurabh Yadav
    Saurabh YadavInitiator-Enabler · Written
    Simple and sleek!!
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    Wilhelm Bacher
    Wilhelm BacherShaping the future of sales @ Demodesk · Written
    Still not Wunderlist, but it's getting there and it's great to use in the iPhone app
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  6. Josh Spilker
    Josh SpilkerContent Strategy · Written
    Easy to use with a forever free plan!
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  7. 4
    Todoist

    Organize your life. Then go enjoy it.

    Sumit Kumar Yadav
    Sumit Kumar YadavDigital Marketer l Tech Enthusiast · Written
    My personal favourite, I have been using for years now. Two way sync with Google Calendar A lot of other integration Free plan
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  8. 5
    Asana

    The task management tool, completely redesigned

    Ivan Burban
    Ivan Burban13CMO at Stripo · Written
    I used to Asana for teamwork, but it can be good for personal using.
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    If you have a complex model of interaction with the participants and everything is divided into tasks and subtasks, then I recommend Asana. Really cool for a small team. Especially free + you can do the simplest analytics.
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  9. 5
    Notion 2.0

    The all-in-one workspace - notes, tasks, wikis, & databases

    Notion really has been the one app to do all the things that I need for it to. Folders, spreadsheets, task management, calendars, distraction-free writing space, and cute emoji icons to give to your folders. They have paid options, but I use this thing religiously on the free plan, and it's definitely fulfilled my needs. Definitely worth trying! I can't praise them enough. ♥
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    Remote Tools

    A repository of handpicked tools for remote teams

    Suvansh Bansal made this product
    We built https://remote.tools as we were faced with such questions on a daily basis. You can check out the Note keeping category for a to-do app. My personal recommendation would be Notion.so
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    Wunderlist

    Capture ideas, things to do and places to see

    Big fan of Wunderlist - simple enough to be easy to get started, but has some nice features that you can grow into (shared lists, NLP for due dates, etc.)
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  12. If you're already using Slack, you should check out TaskList. It's mobile-friendly and doesn't require you to signup/login to access. Fast and effective.
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  13. 1
    Three.do

    Add reminders in 3 seconds or less 🔔⚡

    Paul Danyliuk
    Paul DanyliukMaker of threedo.app · Written
    Paul Danyliuk made this product
    Shameless plug 😁 I’ve just launched it, and there’s quite some work to be done until the majority of people can use it effectively. And it’s only for Android for now. But if you’re interested in something fresh, and don’t mind an early product, please do try my app. It will have a subscription plan along a one-time-purchase tier (more features in the former), but if you support the app now, you can get a discount OR buy an option that will unlock all features, including subscription ones, at a flat fee for lifetime.
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  14. 1
    Cirkus

    Task management for real teams

    Josh Hood
    Josh HoodDigital and Social Media Manager, Cirkus · Written
    Josh Hood made this product
    You can sign up to Cirkus now for free! You can also get Pro features for life if you refer 3 friends to sign up before the end of 2018. Sounds like it could be just what you need.
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  15. 1
    Makers by Product Hunt

    A place for Makers to share, connect, and reach their goals

    It is supposed to be for Makers but if most of your to-do needs can be shared this is the perfect tool. Also, they have no subscription model as of now. Its a brilliant to-do tool disguised as a community for DIYers and Makers.
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  16. 1
    Nuclino

    Part knowledge base, part collaboration space 🧠

    Veronika Riederle
    Veronika RiederleCo-Founder Demodesk · Written
    I am using Nuclino for task management. It's a beautiful, lightweight and flexible tool. What I like most is that it's intuitive and instantly works without any setup or configurations. You can customize workspaces and boards to fit your workflows and processes.
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  17. 1
    Crocagile

    Flexible agile software your whole team will love

    Noel Baron
    Noel BaronFounder, Crocagile · Written
    Noel Baron made this product
    Crocagile is great if you're trying to simplify from Jira/Slack. It's month-to-month per-user subscription.
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  18. Ben Clark
    Ben Clarkprofessional scratch dev · Written
    Nextcloud has apps for kanban boards (deck) and tasks (tasks). It's all free but you host it yourself so you might want to pay $5/month to digitalocean for a vps.
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    Flowlist

    A self management tool optimised to aid creative focus

    Sebastian
    SebastianFounder, flowlistapp.com & codeface.io · Written
    Sebastian made this product
    Yeah well... I build it, so you don't need to believe me. But it's awesome. Honestly :)
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  20. Sanjay Patel
    Sanjay PatelProduct Designer · Written
    Sanjay Patel made this product
    It's the new elegant project management tool that merely your task management, time - logging, invoicing, build for a small team & individual freelancer.
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