If Trello went away, my life would come to a grinding halt. The mobile app was always pretty good... But with the addition of offline capabilities, it's 5-star! Also, kudos to their engineering team: I know offline and sync is hard, but I've rarely seen it implemented so thoroughly and seamlessly.
Now in android 7.0 it's possible to change scale of screen (Display size in accessibility settings). If I change it to "small", I have a very narrow window of any card of Trello in my Nexus 6P. Upd.: Could you fix it?
Gets better the more you use it and improvements seem to come continually. Android app has some differences to PC version that need to be learned. I will probably end up ranking this at 5 stars if it keeps getting better. Update Feb 2017. It did get better. Now it works offline. Excellent!
The main purpose of Trello for me is planning and making notes. I cannot plan/note anything while travelling because there is no offline mode. I have to use something else and put the data again into Trello when online. This is a real waste of time and effort. There are also some minor issues. The application wastes a lot of space on margins and headers making the number of cards visible at once very limited. The home screen widget is not very useful. Don't get me wrong, this is a great application, much above average. Still, it doesn't fit the idea of something simple and perfect. It have too many flaws.
This app can be as simple or as complex as you need it to be. I tried several similar apps after Trello, but keeps going back here. It's versatility (and flexibility) is that great.
A stellar way to stay organized. Especially for a college student, like myself. It's even better than SchoolHub. Though, it would be nice to have the callendar view on the app, like on the website. When that comes around this will be the perfect app for organizing myself.
It's the moment you've all been waiting for: Trello now works offline!
If you've been wondering why recent releases have been lackluster in terms of new features, this is why. This project took longer than anticipated. Our original time estimate of "by the time I finish this drink" was way off. Go figure.
Anyways: Whether you're on a plane, in a tunnel, or in the middle of nowhere, you can keep using Trello. We hope you're as excited as we are to finally be able to use Trello anywhere!
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