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The Perfect ToDos Application

Like most people on the planet earth, I manage a ToDos list for my daily errands, work schedule, reading and even one for family; and so far I never liked any of the ToDos applications available in the market, I maintain my lists on a pocket MoleSkine notebook.
What I need to see in a ToDo application:
Web interface, something like the one Google Tasks maintaining, it's very simple and accessible one.
Smart Phone integration: By smart phone I'm referring to Android, iPhone mainly but I would also love to see integration with BlackBerry, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Samsung and all other smart phones.
Reminder: This one of the most important feature about a todo. Certain ToDos has milestones and deadlines; Technically speaking, your life is a project.
Desktop Sticky notes integration: Synchronised on the fly. This is a great addition for a quick look on what you have to do next and what's remaining.
I can't say I'm not happy with Google Tasks, Calendar and its reliable SMS reminder but I'm just in need for more integration between the applications.
At some point I thought of using a project management application to run my life but it was too much for my busy and complicated life, I think I just need a simple form of project management application in a ToDos application presentation.
What's your favourite ToDos application?

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