Not good for Android users I started using Appigo's Todo years ago when I had an iPhone 3GS and I've always been a pro user. However, I see that Appigo doesn't care for its Android version. Since when I migrated to Android I've been using Todo less and less. Today I even use Google Tasks more than Todo (thanks to GTasks), even though it doesn't have much features. Now I found TickTick, a simple task management app with a good set of features and that, unlike Todo, gets updated by its developers. Goodbye, Todo.
Abandoned older customere Have the paid version of desktop and ios and feel the companies change in model completely ignores their users who had already paid for other services. Sadly their decision means ill have to do something else on my android. Fyi great app but not worth 20 a year
ABANDONED: Please stop the auto notification for subcribing! My wife has had the app for years on her iPhone, so when I saw it for Android I got it right away. I really like the way it handles and organizes tasks as well as the GUI. I don't want the subscription service. Not only do I not want the services it provides, but the app keeps on notifying me that I need to renew. Very annoying. Aside from that, it needs continued development to put it on par with its iPhone version. I'll put my review up to 5 stars once the notification thing is fixed.
Last updated 3 years ago I just switched from iOS to Android. I'm a premium subscriber, and To-do cloud is my most used app. I see that the Android version has not been updated for 3 years. Many of the great features in the iOS version are not in the Android version. I will probably find another Todo app that has a more current Android version.
Excellent start I believe the android counterpart of this app/service is not as mature as the desktop and ios counterparts. It could benefit from some animations and minor bug fixes. At the end of the day, the todo model and syncing service are miles beyond any other app. I hope that updates will bring it past its few shortcomings.
Not the best of graphical interfaces In search of a favourite GTD tool, I'm testing Todo. So far I can say that usability isn't it's strongest point. (Let's hope so, at least.) Example: adding contexts is a needless hassle. If a clean layout helps you focus and you have strong feelings against ugly icons, this is not the app for you.
We are renaming Todo Pro to be Todo Cloud to better describe the app and Todo Cloud service.
- Added the ability to receive in-app shared list notifications and accept them in the app.
- Fixed a critical issue with sync that could cause the Todo Cloud app to get into a cycle that would eat up the battery on a device. We recommend all users update to avoid the problem.