Reminders.app for Android

Questions seeking app recommendations, device recommendations, or other purchasing advice are off-topic as they become obsolete quickly. Instead, describe your situation and the specific problem you're trying to solve.

Uh... ok, fine.

"Is there a way to access and edit Apple's Reminders.app database from Android, I didn't find a way to do it, how can I do that?"

Would re-phrasing it this way be ok?

I really am trying to solve this problem, why am I not allowed to do that?

Please notice that "which app is better for this" is one thing (subjective), but not being able to find even one is quite different (objective).

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Since the new phrasing of the question is better, I'll reopen the question. I still fear that the answers will become obsolete quickly, since all solutions depend on specific apps, but at least you'll get some solutions.

  • Makes sense, thanks. I'd say that as long as the answer is non-obvious and objective, it's IT.
    – o0'.
    Commented Apr 7, 2014 at 10:02

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