Amazing Marvin is a customizable task manager that is designed using behavioral psychology to help you get more done while feeling less stressed. Marvin separates where you store (Master List) and work off (daily todo list) your tasks and has tons of built-in tools to help you work better.
Just signed up today after seeing here on Product Hunt and I'm already really happy with it. Went ahead and got a year subscription.
I've tried hard to find just the right task manager but none of them seem to fit what I need. With as much customization is available in Marvin, I think this might finally be the one.
Gotta get some work done today, but I'm looking forward to really digging in when I have the time.Pros:
Hugely customizable, lots of options in their "Strategies" section, integrated pomodoro timer, great Best Practices documentation, nice UI.Cons:
None that I have noticed yet.
Only just started a trial but so far, so very good. Smooth signup process, the training process (by using tasks already created) was smart. Genuinly excited to try the strategies and the timers are so handy. Good work people :)Pros:
Great sign up process, nice features lice timers and strategies, good value pricing and dealsCons:
None so far for me
After trying a lot of apps, I finally found the perfect one for my use. The ability to customize the app with lots of strategies is fantastic: it's allowing me to delete procrastination. The app has nice UI, updates happen most likely every week and, last but not least, developers are so kind. Among all the apps available, Amazing Marvin is the best because it can give you tips and strategies to defeat everything that is harmful to everyone's productivity. Moreover, in Marvin there are many functions such as pomodoro technique, weekly review, time blocking and so on. All in one app! I can recommend this app to everyone and I can assure you that using it daily, you will find great benefits.Pros:
Customization, modularity, lots of useful strategies and functions, frequent updates.Cons:
I tried a lot of to do and productivity apps. Then I stepped in Amazing Marvin.
It's very different and better. Why?
Because it gets updated very often with key features. Because every other apps are limited by their design, where AM offer you many ways to modulate your workflow. Because it is a product thought around those limits and productivity problems.
Since I adopted AM, I'm no longer in search of the best task helper.
It fits all my needs.
At it's current state, there still need a better mobile app, some ifttt/zapier integration and I can't wait for the calendar feature!
I totally recommend Amazing Marvin for all the people frustrated by the other productivity apps.Pros:
Modularity, freedom, efficiency, communication with devs, speed of updates, all the strategies, statistics...Cons:
I've came across marvin on reddit more than a year ago, and as usual for me decided to give it a go after being seduced by the product page arguments, but what tends to happen is very quickly i either get bored or the product doesn't deliver on what it promised, but Marvin was different, the "strategies" are really a game changer, and allow for trying many different workflows until you find the way that works for you, it makes it fun to use, and I also learned how the day planning approach would be efficient for me. To put it simply, Marvin has been amazing, and checks almost all the boxes for me, 1 year i've been using it and counting, and i'm sure it will only keep getting better!Pros:
the customization and strategies to beat procrastination is just unmatched by any other pm/todo tool I tried before.Cons:
lack of integrations up until the zapier integration a week ago, still a lot to do to improve how Marvin integrates with other tools
I want to marry it. I have gotten enthusiastic about plenty of todo apps before, spent a long time setting them up, and then don't end up using them. Amazing Marvin actually made me stick with it and I actually have been more productive. Shocking.Pros:
Helps me hack my terrible brainCons:
I was told about Amazing Marvin by a colleague, who had stumbled across it, after I had said I was looking for something with more customization and control than the likes of Trello, Asana, Google Tasks etc and so signed up for a trial.
I haven't managed to go through all the options as there are so many however each one has a great description and some also have video guides showing how they work.
The platform is constantly updated with a comprehensive list of the changes along with a video guide showing them. The developers are ultra responsive to feedback and suggestions and even have a great road map showing what they are moving towards.
Some may balk at the price however you get so much for that price I 100% feel it is worth it and they even provide discounts for students which is an awesome gesture.
I don't write too many reviews on things however this has blown me away and I couldn't recommend it enough to people.Pros:
Way too many to name! Tonnes of customization so you can set it up the way you want it. Constant improvement and great team behind itCons:
None that I have found!
This product eliminated the frustrating limitations of all the popular task management apps. This is the revolution I have been looking for.Pros:
This is a thoughtful Productivity tool for 2019. This product will beat Todoist in almost every category.Cons:
I'm only waiting for Google Calendar integration to use this as a paid subscription.
I've tried dozens of todo list apps and day/calendar planning services. Amazing Marvin is the only app that has really worked for me. As of June 2019, the Android / iOS apps are very limited. For example, you can't even reorder tasks. According to dev new apps are coming soon with more functionality.Pros:
- Very customizable through an ingenious extension mechanism - Can be anything from a todo list to a full-blown day planner. - Great supportCons:
- Onboarding experience is not the smoothest. - The modular architecture can be imposing. There over 50 extensions that can be enabled.
Might be right for others, but I went back to Todoist after a 30 day test.Pros:
- versatile - adapts to multiple productivity paradigms - multi-platformCons:
- a bit confusing to use productivity systems that I already know how to use in other contexts