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Task Paper: Set Your Task List as Your Lockscreen Wallpaper [iOS]

Azim Toktosunov 01-02-2013

Task Paper is a task manager/to-do list app for iOS. It lets you organize and keep track of your tasks in a to-do list format on your iPhone, iPad and other iOS devices. While there are countless to-do list apps out there (both free and paid), what makes Task Paper different is that it lets you set up you task list as your Lock screen wallpaper. So whenever you want to look up the list of your tasks you don’t even have to unlock your iPhone and launch the app. You simply take a look at your Lock screen wallpaper.


Other than that, Task Paper is a simple and decent to-do list app. Like other similar apps you can group your tasks by category like personal, groceries, business etc., as you see fit.You can create multiple lists and send your todo tasks by email. It is compatible with versions of iOS 6.0 or later. So if you want to try out this app, make sure your iOS version is up to date.

task list as wallpaper

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  • Simple and free todo list app.
  • Create, organize and keep track of personal and business tasks.
  • Create, manage multiple lists.
  • Pin task list to your iOS lock screen wallpaper.
  • Send to-do lists by email.
  • Add, edit, delete, re-order items.
  • Change task list background wallpaper.
  • Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Optimized for iPhone 5.
  • Similar tools –  MeNotForget.

Check out Task Paper @ https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id591684341 [No Longer Available]


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  1. Azim Toktosunov
    February 3, 2013 at 7:44 am

    if you open the list of tasks, if you click at the bottom right corner a menu will popup. choose "Set as wallpaper". it is similar menu to the one you use to setup an image as wallpaper from your photoroll. w

  2. David Ream
    February 2, 2013 at 1:17 pm

    I am technically challenged, so I need more instructions. I can't find an on-line source of additional info on this app. This is my question: How do you make your to-do page your unlock page wallpaper? And when you have it there, can you "click" on the items when they are completed? Taking a photo of the list would not work.