Extracted this from a post I made buried in a more general thread. I thought it deserved an annoucement. WebIS has just released a new public beta of Pocket Informant for Android (PIA),version 1.50, which is available for download here: PI Android 1.5 Public Beta - WebIS, Inc. Forums It is very stable, now syncs with Google tasks as well as Toodledo, has some very nice UI improvements, etc. No contacts or notes yet, nor direct sync with Outlook, but those are being worked on (no time table, but I'm guessing 2012). While it is in beta, it is not available in the Android Market, only for direct download (you can install it right over your market version). As a time-expiring beta, folks who haven't bought PIA can use it as a free trial version until it is released to the market (I believe. I haven't actually tested this.) They are really doing this right, even though I'm impatient for contacts and Outlook sync. They are developing it in increments, then refining and polishing the increment, then moving on the the next increment. I have a lot of faith in these folks to get it right. By the way, if you have a honeycomb tablet, apparently you get a very nice tabbed spiral planner interface out of this.