Remember The Milk is one of the most popular to do list app for iPhone and Android. Last month, it released desktop apps for Linux and Windows.
But don’t be a snob, Electron has helped to bring a number of applications to Linux and Mac. This is indeed a positive thing, especially for Linux that struggles to get applications from mainstream software companies.
Remember The Milk
Remember The Milk has two versions, free and Pro. Pro version has additional features. This desktop app for Linux is available for both the versions. Some of the main features
- Organizing tasks in plain text lists
- Divide bigger tasks into subtasks
- Click and drag support
- Add tags, due dates, estimated time, links, and notes to tasks
- Tag locations in Google Maps then use them to organize tasks
- Sharing individual tasks or lists with contacts
- Weekly schedule of tasks
- Integration with various services such as Gmail, Evernote etc.
- Desktop notifications
Install Remember The Milk in Linux
Installing Remember The Milk in Linux is easier thanks to binaries provided. There are .deb and .rpm binaries for Ubuntu and Fedora based Linux distributions, for both 32 bit and 64 bit versions.
You’ll have to log in before you could download the installer files. You can download the installation files from the link below:
I must clarify at this point that unlike Simplenote, Remember The Milk application is not Open Source.
In a similar post, you should also read the article about Evernote alternatives for Linux.
Have you tried using Remember The Milk on Linux yet? Do share your experience.