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Todoist on original iPad

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I've been following the discussion concerning upgrading to iOS 7.0 to use Todoist. My original version of the iPad will not allow this upgrade. Most apps allow me to download the latest version that is compatible with the iOS I have - 5.2 I think. It seems reasonable for you to do this as well. I am in the 30 day trial of the pro version, so I can just move to different task list app, but I'm guessing there are people with paid subscriptions who can no longer use it. Just a thought.

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David Trey staff
Replied on Jul 24, 2014 - 20:53 UTC

Hello Doug,

Thank you for your feedback. Unfortunately we can't do that :-( We don't have the resources to maintain two separate systems and develop a way to make them interact with each other and that's what would be necessary to achieve this.

We would need to develop a completely different app for iOS because the changes the iOS 7 version (and iOS 7 itself) made compared to earlier versions are very significant and would require even using a different API on the server-side so again, we'd need to maintain "two Todoists" which aside from requiring a lot of resources could also impose performance issues for all users on all platforms (due to the complexity behind keeping these systems in sync).

However, please note that our entire web-app is HTML5 compatible and you could use the full web-version at https://todoist.com/m/forceRegular through the browser on your iPad :-)


Best regards,
David

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Doug
Replied on Jul 24, 2014 - 21:03 UTC


David,

Excellent fix. Thanks.

Doug


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Hello Doug,

Thank you for your feedback. Unfortunately we can't do that :-( We don't have the resources to maintain two separate systems and develop a way to make them interact with each other and that's what would be necessary to achieve this.

We would need to develop a completely different app for iOS because the changes the iOS 7 version (and iOS 7 itself) made compared to earlier versions are very significant and would require even using a different API on the server-side so again, we'd need to maintain "two Todoists" which aside from requiring a lot of resources could also impose performance issues for all users on all platforms (due to the complexity behind keeping these systems in sync).

However, please note that our entire web-app is HTML5 compatible and you could use the full web-version at https://todoist.com/m/forceRegular through the browser on your iPad :-)


Best regards,
David










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