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I wish there was an Android version.
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@slowfoodie I wrote a similar (much less pretty) app for android. It's primary purpose is to differentiate the important things I'll focus on today from the important things I'll put on the back burner. It's a little rough but it gets the job done for me. Maybe it'll help you. :) Check it out: https://play.google.com/store/ap...
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@slowfoodie If there's enough interest, I'd love to add an Android version. I'm just one developer and had to focus my limited resources. Thanks for your feedback - it's definitely heard!
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@nickburka I'd love an Android version too :)
I love this. Great idea with simple beautiful execution by @dburka and Nick!
It would be great to combine this with the concept many fitness apps use: a cumulative score for sequential days of achieving the goal.
LOVE the app. Already seeing the fruits of using it to focus my unwieldy number of tasks in Wunderlist. I hate to suggest anything to muck with the simplicity, but I'd actually love a login option with a web version so I can keep it on my desktop screen throughout the day.
@mikeorren That's a great idea - especially if it was optional and only turned on by request. Let me think it over. It'll add it to the future plans.
@nickburka @mikeorren I really love the idea behind the app and have recently started implementing something similar using Evernote. I plan on incorporating the "one big thing + some little things" structure into my current process. But I echo the idea of having a web/native app for desktop. That's where most where I spend most of my productive time throughout the day. It's much easier to track and manage daily goals using the machine I'm constantly in front of, with the option of using mobile. Regardless, the app looks great. Keep up the good work.
Nice app. I would upgrade/use if I could pull in tasks assigned to me in Trello.