One of the best so far Nirvana has helped organize the things I need to do into logical buckets with some nice perks like setting effort level or time requirements. I liked it enough to buy a year sub but after some daily use, there are definitely things I want/need that don't exist yet and make me wonder if I made the right choice for me. Lack of push notifications or reminders of deadlines is the biggest issue for me as a forgetful person. Widgets would also be incredibly useful. Otherwise a solid app.
Good start This could become a really nice app but it's not flawless yet. Some things don't work (empty trash for example, or some tags don't appear after being selected, buttons disappear,... ) and the app doesn't respond to every tap you make. Won't use it for now until the user experience is better.
I've been a Nirvana Pro user since September 7, 2013. I use Nirvana every day, including weekends. Nirvana is always visible in one of my pinned browser tabs, or an entire monitor is dedicated to its use. I use Nirvana on my Android phone. I use Nirvana on my Android tablet. I'm pretty sure my entire life would collapse into a heap of rubble if the service were unavailable or discontinued. I've tried the others, and they fail dismally within the GTD context.
Excellent app, helped my transition from iPhone to Android, thought I would never be get out of omnifocus UPDATE 28Nov2016: downgrading from 5star to 1star, in spite of repeated reminders the developer is not looking at calendar integration in Android, as a result u need to maintain separate calendar tracker, also somehow I get feeling that developer is more obsessed with the iPhone version where anyway omnifocus rules, Nirvana USP is android, not sure why trying to b a "mee too" app on Apple and compete with omnifocus, u can't win that anyday...(Pls focus on Android where there is no competition from omni)
Surprisingly, this seems to be the only Android app designed for GTD (as opposed to to-do apps that give you labels and require you to design a system with them). It's not the most polished app (no Material Design or notifications, for example), but it's certainly very usable. Recommended.
Impressed (but.....) Alas, I am unable carry on with Nirvana, but it's a shame really. It's crying out for a widget, for the inbox at least and, dare I say it, some sort of notification system (the GTD gods will disapprove, I know) for those that need one. I get the impression that the focus is almost entirely on iPhone etc and with no Android update since May things don't look set to change. It's a shame, because apart from the above, I found it the most intuitive task manager I've found yet and I'll keep an eye on it.
- New preferences added to match the features of the web app
- Better link handling (including custom-url schemes)
- Enhancements to action logging as well as ability to log individual completed items (just swipe left)
- Lots and lots of bug fixes and tweaks
Want to know more? Check out our post: http://blog.nirvanahq.com/2016/05/04/may-update/
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