I've been looking for something that has a to do list that sorts by importance combined with pomodoro and some other neat stuff. This app is pretty much perfect if you're like me and enjoy organizing not only your to do lists, but life's "things" in general. This is implemented very well in the app. I just opened it up and I can tell my search for the perfect to do app is over.
This app is a must have if you are a multitasker.It has helped me a lot in managing my studies along with other extra curricular activities. Only drawback is that you need some time to become familiar with it,but that's alright!!!
With pleaser, main problem i had with timer was this , if i am listening to music with headphones and then i unplug headphones timer will go on till it rich 0 but then it stucks there till i turn phone screen again , then app will ring and new part will begin. I tested this few times and i am sure there is issue there , however if i dont use headpone at all or just let headphone plugged app will work just fine but as i usually use headphone and then take headphones out after a work period this problem is really bothering me. I am no coder or app developer but i think maybe you can solve this by assigning timer sound to notification instead of media. Some other options for timer will be nice like changing number of work before a long brake. If you guys work a little more on timer this app will be my dream app. Also i dont use any kind of power saving app.
Very good app. Really works well with the book. The one thing missing is the ability to view metrics around how many activities you are doing for a role over a longer period of time like a month or year
Love the layout and the step-by-step guide to help determine priorities so you can be proactive and not reactive.
Really like the app so far. I would give it 5 star if it has a web interface too. Maybe this can be considered in future release?
fix: sort by priority on FTF/Actions
fix: drag-n-drop not working for checklist items
improve: on FTF short actions names clickability was hard