Review from Jamie Wilman
Excellent android companion The best android app for a to do service I have seen. App is really slick and they is in constant development, new features are added every week! Highly recommend as better than Wunderlist, Asana, RTM...
Interesting but not usable for my use scenario. I need an app/service like this that can be used everywhere and all of the time. With no app for my Windows laptop and tablet, the service is limited in scope for the people who might use it most. Using the web for this isn't an equal option as that provides no offlinne support or notifications. I'm still looking for the best fit for my various teams.
Avast flagged this as malware today. I assume it's a mistake. Really like this app for syncing the work I've done on my laptop with my phone. I do minimal editing on the phone but it's reasonable for making notes on the move and updating a kanban board. Some of the touch features are fiddly - and it'll always be easier to use on a big screen - but it serves my requirements very well.
Would love to be able to use this app, but it crashes every time I try to add something to a list. On the rare occasion it doesn't crash, it doesn't let me add items to some checklists or won't let me type. Such a shame because the premise is great!
It's awesome! but right now there is no way to manage teams through the app, and in attachments it would be helpful of we have the option to add external links.
I like the concept of GTD which I recently discovered, along with recommendations for Trello. The app is easy to use, and suits individual needs. ... you could and should improve: > enable Notifications !! (pop-up or status bar entry is a must, doesn't work here) > implement a Widget to choose lists (fortunately there is another app on the market for this) Keep it up guys, it's a good application... just needs some more tweaking. Thanks.
I use Trello with my own implementation of the GTD method. It's the perfect tool for it. I've come to find this absolutely essential to my daily routine. Love the flexibility of Trello. There's always room for improvement, such as the ability to pin a card to the top of a list, but the app nevertheless deserves 5*
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