Excellent task manager and productivity app I've tried all sorts, Wunderlist, Google Keep, Any.do etc. A colleague recommended Trello. I'm very impressed. It's more flexible than Wunderlist and the interface is better, but I've only awarded 3 stars as it doesn't work offline. On the train it gets annoying when you try and make a change only to get a warning seconds later telling you that it's not worked. That will be one more star, and for the fifth star it would be amazing if it supported written notes on the Galaxy Note like One Note, etc.
Super app, But... I have been using the web version of trello...like the idea and how it organizes things. App is super cool too! Just one issue that my cards order from the app board is not maintained in the widget that I use on the main screen.
App needs work I love Trello, and use it religiously on my office PC. I'm nonetheless frustrated that some of the basic features of the web version are not available in the App. More than anything, I'd like the ability to ZOOM in and out. Trello is a visualization tool. Only being able to view two cards at once on my more than capable Note 4 screen is a serious limitation in my mind. Images are also cropped to fit a certain aspect ratio, further hindering visual practicalitiy. Five stars when these issues are fixed.
Crashes and glitches constantly Love the website, but the app is awful. It constantly crashes and it is so difficult trying to type in the appropriate checklist areas. The keyboard pops up but the text doesn't enter. So frustrating.
It isn't good scaling 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.
Confusing Doesn't Have reminders I need a simple but customizable app to plan, remind and track my time, my goals and life daily. Been searching can cross another off my list
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