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      • CheckvistleCheckvistle commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        New Checkvistle version (iOS) is out!

        Updates:
        * Huge reductions in network usage! (We now support the HTTP magic of Etag)..
        * Now we display list names more beautifully
        * Lists information shown now includes public status of list and it's last update date.
        * Lists and Tasks can now be searched within app using a search bar on top of lists.
        * You can now filter your tasks based on their status.
        * We now support spotlight searching and 3D touch for lists.
        * Your dynamic text preferences are now taken care of.

        Get it from https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/checkvistle-checkvist-on-go/id995611134
        Check the blogpost listing the new features along with screenshots: http://blog.techmyway.com/2016/10/08/all-new-checkvistle.html

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I have to say, too, that not having a native android app is why I am not using checkvist. I love the interface and it has views that no other task list manager has. At this point I am not going to use checkvist because there is no native Android app, but will check back once and a while.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This seems like a decent application, but the lack of native support for Android kills it for me. It is absolutely essential for me to be able to access my notes on my phone. Other outliner applications like Workflowy and Moo.Do both have this feature. if you want to compete on the market you need to develop a mobile app.

      • Samuel TremblaySamuel Tremblay commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Really nice that you have native IOS app. It would be great to have an android version. I know that it's a lot of work; I'm a programmer too. I just bought a suscription this morning just because I want to encourage you because I don't use the pro version in a business context but I tried the mobile web app this morning and you have made a very great work.

      • CheckvistleCheckvistle commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Native iOS app for checkvist is now available.
        https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/checkvistle-checkvist-on-go/id995611134

        App Description:

        The app is kept very simple so that it gels well with Checkvist users (including me) who are more focused on performance.

        * Shows all your lists and the enclosed tasks from Checkist.
        * Add lists and tasks which are reflected on you Checkvist account too.
        * Can delete a task or a list on a simple left swipe.
        * Mark tasks complete.
        * Invalidate tasks.
        * Send feedback and report bugs from within app.
        * We also have you covered for too much nested task lists (surprise ;) ).

        Would love to hear from you!
        Mail: checkvistle@techmyway.com
        Twitter: @checkvistle

      • DerekDerek commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        @Kirill - Mobile UI does not equate to mobile application. For a checklist, the consumer expects the app to open quickly, run responsively, and close quickly. That simply is not possible with a web interface on mobile - offline or not.

        Please stop wasting your time on this. You're losing a large customer base with this silly idea.

      • MarkCMarkC commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Mobile version is unmanageable for large lists. Seeing everything expanded is annoying and impossible to work with. Getting tired of asking for android version with offline support. I'd be willing to pay more if it flows like PC web browser version, but already starting to use gnotes and others because checkvist is so frustrating as a mobile version.

        Once you lose customers, it is nearly impossible to get them back. . . or their $$

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Too bad there are no plans for a true native iOS/Android version. HTML5 is not (and never will be) the same as a native version.

        If Checkvist really wants to thrive and attract paying customers, native apps are needed. Focusing on HTML5 is - unfortunately - a waste of time and money. Checkvist already is a webapp that works better than most out there, it's already a winner in that field. It only needs that little push to become the best.

      • Kirill MaximovAdminKirill Maximov (Admin, Checkvist) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Hi Shaodong,

        The most recent pre-alpha version of offline Checkvist mobile app is mentioned here: https://plus.google.com/+Checkvist/posts/hWdeN3gxvkC

        Work in progress, though the app is already useful. For updates, subscribe to our Checkvist Friends community:
        https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/104839275994423503902

        For requests and bug reports, you can also use this forum: http://checkvist.uservoice.com/forums/239385-checkvist-mobile

        Regards,
        KIR

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Hey guys, native app is not only the biggest feature we need here. But its huge marketing oppotunity for you. It could add thousands of users to your userbase.

        And there are alot of monetization possibilities by the way. :)

        I'm really surprised that there is still no native+offline versions for mobile devices.

        You have amazing product! And absence of that feature is the only thing thats stops me from using it every day and from buying paid version immidiately.

        If i were you i would find a fastest way to implement that (investiors/open sourcing/crowdfunding/...).

      • John SmithJohn Smith commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Still no android app? Guys, come on, this is ridiculous!
        CheckVist is so great, but the lack of a mobile app+widget to keep track of todays activities is seriously hindering in its use!
        If you think people are going to check their todo's in a mobile browser on a phone, you're crazy - is so unconvenient and slow...

        At least a basic version with only basic task editing\creating capabilities, but good filtering and a widget to see today's tasks should've been out there already.

      • Wayne Moses BurkeWayne Moses Burke commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Kiril,

        It would be great if you could announce it here also. Google+ is a pain.

        Thanks for the consideration,
        Wayne

      • Roger SearjeantRoger Searjeant commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Looking forward to a good Android app. I use a Nexus 7 and Samsung Galaxy phone.
        Take a look at the Todoist application - I think they did a good job with their Android app. If Checkvist could do something as polished as that, I think many more people would 'go Pro'.

        I would also be happy to help Beta test etc.

      • MarkCMarkC commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Very happy to see this is started. Happy to do any alpha or beta testing needed for Android! I have a 2nd device i can use to keep production & testing seperate. THANKS, Kirill!

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