Used to be great. Now it started to suck. App hasn't been updated in quite a while. Devs have left bugs in the app and enabling 2-step authentication with google broke the whole sync! Now the notification quick-add doesn't work anymore. And there's no warning for a pro account to expire. It just stops working from one day to the next. Developer refuses to build export feature (although if you Google properly, you'll find ways to get your data from doit.im)
Not enough levels The longer I've used it the more I find it lacking. To begin with, it lacks enough levels of subtasks, and more often than not it causes frustration when you try to plan something big and complicated. And then the email to task feature doesn't always work right, and that is definitely a pain for me, after losing several pretty important tasks. So I guess for those who heavily depend on to-do lists and advanced users, this probably is not the best tool.
It's not bad. Adams, founder of Doit.im. emailed me and said"Doit.im will launch a new version in October, to side up with Rush for higher efficiency." So should be here any second...
Disappointed This is a good productivity app and I've been using it for a year as a premium user. However I've been very disappointed by a few problems and missing features, and especially by the lack of any effort by the developers to release any updates and to improve the app. Users have been telling them over and over for years what to improve, but more than a year passed and they have done nothing. They never release any updates or new features. I stopped using this app and moved to Todoist, which I like more.
Do NOT buy pro from play store!!! App is good though. Do not buy pro from google play store! It doesnt register with the app and many people have had the same problem. Now that the problems been fixed on my account the app is good. But its a hastle to get your pro account taken care of. Either purchase directly though them (not play store) or expect to wait a few days to get it up and running. Took me 5 days to get my pro account activated after paying.
Their Android app looks one of the most promising for task management. It combines well with the web app. There are some rough edges. Manual sorting is still limited, and the Evernote integration is very basic compared to Zendone (it offers a web link, rather than to the native app where it can be edited). Unfortunately, the development seems to have slowed right down and there is very little news. I fear they my be soon overtaken by Azendoo or Asana, or even Todoist.
[Fixed] Reminder problems on Huawei and Android 7.0 have been fixed.