Shuffle is a personal organizational tool for Android powered mobile phones. It’s styled around the Getting Things Done methodology. It allows you to offload ideas and tasks and lets you rapidly create and organize your actions, relieving you of the stress of trying to remember everything you need to get done.
A simple elegant workflow encourages you to categorize your actions into projects and optionally provide a context. This structure lets you to break down formidable projects into individual achievable actions. As a project evolves over time, you can clean out old actions as they’re performed, add new actions and reorder any remaining actions depending on your current priorities.
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