There's something to be said for an app that does one thing and does it EXTREMELY well. When it comes to task management, that's GQueues in a nutshell.
For anyone whose life revolves around GMail and Google Calendar, this app is a must. With just a couple of clicks, emails, web pages, and anything else of interest is added to one's task list. Moreover, those tasks then appear in your Google Calendar AND in your task list on the right hand side of your calendar.
What makes GQueues even more impressive -- especially in comparison to many of the other apps we've evaluated -- is that it works just as well for groups as it does for individuals. Individual tasks and queues -- a collection of tasks -- can be assigned, viewed, and/or shared with anyone in your contacts. And get this: your contacts can work with these tasks with the Lite (i.e., free) version of the app.
While there are lots of task management apps out there, few are as slick as GQueues. The highly polished drag-and-drop interface, clear and well laid out help pages, and incredibly quick responses to queries have us hooked on this product. Yes, there are things that could be improved, but at least with GQueues I have emails making it clear that those improvements are on the way.
If you're a hard core user of Google apps, then you really must give this product a test drive (which you can do for free). If you do, the ONLY thing that could stop you from adopting it would be a need for a task manager that is seamlessly integrated into an established CRM system. Otherwise, I'm sure you'll happily hand over your $25 annual subscription when your trial comes to an end.