It's getting much better. Now the phone keyboard doesn't hide long notes in editing mode. some features are still missing though: the ability to swipe across screens, an exit button and ...
Crashes here and there. After enabling thumbnails, crashes become inevitable...
It is too slow and buggy.You should consider rewrite it in react-native.
I like it, been using the desktop version for sometime now and I am planning to move my notes to it. One thing though, and I hope the devs answer me, if the application is totally offline why does it have full network access permission? Thanks
Its not working. I set up tagspaces on my laptop, synced it with syncthing, all files are accessible with file manager, but tag spaces doesn't see it, it shows only empty folders
Promising, but Not Ready for Prime Time It's a great concept, and I like the desktop application well enough, but the Android app UI is not optimized for mobile, but rather is a direct translation from the desktop, and so it is cluttered, and not easy to use unless you have small, pointy fingers. Furthermore, the "known keyboard issue" affects me, and so this app is little more than a file viewer for me on my Nexus 5x.
★ adding support for opening internal links in MD and HTML documents and in file and folder descriptions
★ redesigning the user interface of the list perspective, adding support for folders
★ adding a button in the editorHTML extension for selecting/deselecting of all checkboxes in the current document
★ adding a viewer for RTF extension
★ adding Vietnamese language
★ fixing issue with handling paths containing % in the name
★ export tag groups as json with unique id's, for easy reimporting