While a ton of calendar apps already populate Google Play, we bet Any.DO fans will still be happy to hear that Cal has finally made its way to Android-land. The software retains most of its iOS counterpart's features, including built-in access to Google Maps and Uber. However, this version comes with tighter Any.DO integration (just like what we wished for when we tested out the iOS iteration), allowing users to place their to-do items into the appropriate dates on the calendar. The new app also brings an Android widget and a landscape mode in tow. Finally, it instantly syncs with Google Calendar, making it that much harder to forget about that meeting you'd rather avoid.