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As others have said, it's not an editor, just a reader. But boy what a reader! It renders org files beautifully, and the ui is simple, intuitive, and well thought-out. If you use org to take notes, and want to view them on mobile, this is the best option I've found (and I've tried a lot of things). Semi-hacky workaround for the lack of editing capability: if you sync notes via dropbox or something, keep a text or markdown file in there and edit it with a plaintext editor app, then move it over to an org file later when you're back at the laptop. Not a robust solution but works well for capturing a stray thought while you're away from the desk.
13 people found this review helpful
Truly professional, great job by the developer. I am happy to just sync my notes from github and being able to read them on phone and tablet. It does give the bare minimum required in org mode for viewing and navigation. And the rendering is just awesome !! One feature i would request is ability to see org agenda. At least the calendar. Please consider implementing it.
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I pulled a table off a remote site and tried reading it with this app. The table had a date notes and interval column in it and this app couldn't read the table correctly to the bottom stripping out most entries in the first date column and only starting to read the interval column well down the table so context was thoroughly trashed. Maybe another app will work better. No mention was made of tables now I think of it and it's for that reason I'm surprised the app worked as well as it did.
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June 4, 2022
If you can supply the file or a representative snippet in a GitHub issue (https://github.com/amake/orgro/issues) I can debug it. Org syntax is not well defined so there will always be edge cases the parser doesn’t handle.