I’m heavily using my Nokia 9300i to write down various stuff relating to my daily schedules,
I used it’s simple small notes embedded application to hold a small notes on things to come,
tasks I have to accomplish and other various stuff like that.
Though this things worked so far it’s completely inflexible since you get completely lost when you have to look up for the exact note to recall what you were supposed to do.
In that manner of thoughts I wanted to have a To-do manager / Event management application (program for my Nokia 9300i), to better keep track of the things I’m supposed to complete.
After I’ve spend about and hour online, looking for applications.
I basicly came up with two applications that are actually prepared to serve as todo managers
I’ll start with the first one since it’s freeware and it does the job, though it’s not too user friendly oriented.
It’s called with the loud name TodoManager
TodoManager has the basic features that you might probably look after. It could save your tasks, it somehow organizes them, you can assign a task priority as well as put an alarm about it.
However the user friendliness of the TodoManager for Nokia 9300i is I would say completely terrible.
The program alarm feature is also not working on Nokia 9300i or at least for some reason I couldn’t make it work.
Once I’ve left the program opened even the application crashed with some kind of K-EXEC Error
The second application I came across was RMR Task
As you can read on their website RMR Task is stated to be Extended ToDo Manager for all symbian platforms including the Nokia Communicator 9300i devices.
RMR Task is far superior to the TodoManager which by the is a java application, however it’s a commercial software and it’s trial version is very limited.
So in order to take use of all it’s features you’ll have to purchase it.