Always a fan of Taskwarrior Been looking for a good equivalent for Taskwarrior to use on my mobile. The best thing about this one is that it *is* Taskwarrior, with a GUI laid over the top of it. And the interfaces and functions that are not yet ready via the GUI are still available via a built-in command environment.
Solid early release with good capabilities. Syncs flawlessly with taskd server even with heavy-duty encryption settings (SECURE256:+TLS-VER1.2) on Android 6.x Interface would benefit from the following: - Allow the user to customize which reports show up in the toolbar - there are too many and most Taskwarrior power users gravitate to only a few reports (ls, ready, blocked, blocking) - Create a drop-down to enable / disable each tag thereby filtering the results of each report. This could be done via the taskwarrior context command. - Create a drop-down to filter results by project - Place the project and tag fields on the same row in the report viewer to reduce the number of lines used in the display. - Allow the user to override the system default font size to select smaller / larger text in the report viewer. - Fully populate all the fields in the dialog box that pops up when the user taps on the project or tag of a task in the report viewer.
Finally! This still has some rough edges and bugs, but with a little debugging (adb logcat for the win!) can be made to give you read/write access to your tasks while on the go! It does get itself "wedged" regularly, and any tasks you add on the device after that time will be lost. So that kinda sucks. But I have great confidence that this will be worth four stars in a few releases :)
Has anyone tried it on Android 7.1.1? Using the same config I used to have on Android 5, I got "Failed to connect to local socket: Unknown error -1". Sad, this was a killer app for me...
This is one of the major reasons why I returned back to Taskwarriror from Org-mode. ;) Thank you very much for it...I'd also pay or will donate hoping it will stay around for a long time!!
Hitting enter when typing a custom filter doesn't apply it, and you have to tap the search button next to actually apply it. This, and how much effort it took to get my keys in are the only reason i didn't give this a 5
* Make sync Notifications configurable
* Click on Notification now opens main Activity
* Add support for context
* 'task sync' command also can be called from 'Run custom...' dialog
* Add shareable debug output for resolving sync configuration problems
Change log is available at: https://bitbucket.org/kvorobyev/taskwarriorandroid/wiki/Changes