The Android app is sub par to the web app and feels like a cheap web wrapper. Is it usable? - Yes Is it good to have? - Yes I just wish it will be implemented better with a more user friendly UI in the future.
I personally think that Moo.do is one of the best productivity services out there. It is simple but powerful. But you can use it if you happen to be only around laptop all the time and never use a phone, because the app is close to useless. I will not list all the bugs, but It takes long time to sync (and does not do it in the background) and fails to update changes made offline (I have lost multiple important lines, when it connected to internet only the first letter was left and I couldn't see what I had written)
Give it a try! I'm an app freak. Moo.do has grown on me. It's elegant, simple, and flexible. I'm still figuring out my work flow with it. But I'm a premium user and will continue to be.
Could be good someday I like moo.do, I even have subscribed to the premium service. I have yet to find the android app in a usable state in the last ~6+ months. I hope that changes, but I need to find something that works now.
Great promise, but is it too much to ask that my content not be deleted after I log out of the web app? I signed up for a month, but this will be a deal breaker unless I'm either shown that I'm doing something wrong, or the issue is fixed.
Wish everything was free I love using the Google tasks feature, but I can't afford to pay for the full version of this app so it syncs everything I have
Improve loading screen.
Allow app to continue running in background more often.