A novel idea, although takes a while to get used to the dock right in the centre of the screen... natural instinct is to swipe the calendar down. Will be good to see support for other todo apps installed, although using a solid service like todoist makes sense. Unfortunately for me the dealbreaker is the mandatory Google search. Would like to be able to select a different search engine or remove the bar completely.
I don't understand the low rating. This is one of the very rare launchers out there that come forward with a very novel idea as far as organizing the screen goes. And I've gotta say, Dailydo does this very well. It's fast, smooth and delivers everything I need in one small package. Good job.
I love the idea. However I would add the ability to put folders in the dock and it lacks a desktop to put all the apps I use everyday. I don't like to swipe the dock to look for an app. And I personally hate all the app drawers, because I have to swipe and look for it.
Any idea how hard it would be to make the agenda portion a standalone widget? As expected, this is the best part of your launcher, but as a widget, I could throw it into action launcher or nova and things would be damn near perfect. I'd pay $2-3 for it personally. I imagine others would complain at that price point though.
Great concept. However, the app is very slow compared to other launchers. Want to use it but the jitteriness and occasional crashes make it impractical.
Great app and exactly what I've been looking for, for a long time. Would be great if the left pane that currently shows contacts would also be a widget pane like the right side. I don't really need contacts there. I'd also love integration with a 'notes' app, though I can install one as a widget. The only downsides I could find are: 1) The add-alarm quick button (where you also add events and notes when the calendar is open) does not seem to work, at least not with my standard samsung alarm app. 2) When you disable the search bar, there is no way to access the dailydo app settings since the button is on that bar, and you have to reinstall the app to get the search bar back. 3) there's no big central clock, I've gotten used to the small one at the top but I'd like an option to have it back on the main screen, like it is on the lock screen.