Canonical says that Ubuntu apps are not much different from Android, so I was hoping to persuade you to write todoist as a non-browser app for Ubuntu/Ubuntu Touch.
Feel free to vote on this in our Votebox. It may be simple and we will look into it.
:) Thanks for getting back to me so promptly, and for committing to investigate!
It looks like the Votebox is closed (see http://todoist.com/Vote/). How should I vote to support this?
You just did :-) We read all your feedback and consider if to future updates.
yes, i want it!
TD Ubuntu app !! Yes , please . :-)
Oh, that would be awesome, as I work mostly on Ubuntu. An app for Ubuntu, the sooner, the better :).
yup I'd be keen on an Ubuntu app too!
Ubuntu app, please!
Yes please! :D
An Ubuntu app would be invaluable!
Yes. That would be awesome.
Count me in. An app for Ubuntu will be very useful.
App for Ubuntu please
As you cannot vote anymore: +1 for Ubuntu App. Would be very valueble
One more +1 for Ubuntu App
Me too please. Yes would be great to have it as an Ubuntu app !
An Ubuntu/Ubuntu touch app would be invaluable! please
I'd like to get Todoist app for Linux too!
I want it too!!! It'd be great to have a Todoist app for ubuntu
I want it tooo pleaseee
Yes please ToDoist for ubuntu would be great. Or for Thunderbird (Ubuntu)
Oooh Yes Please!
Absolutely yes.. +1
Its a must for me. Work the whole day with Linux private and in the office.
A must!! please todoist for Ubuntu
Hi Ubuntu Todoisters,
I am all for Ubuntu support. For my education, what would be the difference between a dedicated Ubuntu app and the Chromium Todoist app (installed via the Chrome store)? The Chromium app launches from the launchers (Unity, Cairo, gnome, etc.) and acts like the Windows app does in Windows.
Todoist for Linux!
+1 For a dedicated Linux app, if even initially just a port of whatever is running on Android.
Ideally, something as Pithos is to Pandora.
As an aside to Michael Ehling: I don't know anything about programming, but I imagine using a Chrome app would have a pretty significant performance impact on lower end hardware. Chrome is a not particularly lightweight. I'm literally unaware of what would go into creating a program that could pull and reformat the Todoist information, but a 'custom browser' may be an easy first step.
+1 for Ubuntu desktop app
+1 Ubuntu App
If using the Chrome ToDois app is exactly the same as using a native app, then why did you make one for Windows and Mac desktops?? What ever the answer is to my question. That will be the same answer to your question. It's really as simple as that. If a native app is required and/or wanted on the Windows and Mac OS, then it is just as required and/or wanted on the Linux OS. I've tried using many "Chrome Apps", and they suck. I already have too many Chrome tabs open, Chrome already sucks most of the resources from my PC. Why should I have to have another "tab" (your customized chrome app is technically a Chrome tab) open on my desktop. The NATIVE Ubuntu app is a great idea. +1 Native Ubuntu App and +1 Ubuntu Touch App
will continue my premium if ubuntu app comes sooner. :)
Todoist for Ubuntu and I'm definitely in for premium as well
+1 for Ubuntu App
+1 here too for a Ubuntu app
This provides what I want.
In Chromium on Ubuntu 14.10 I have Todoist: To-Do list and Task Manager 6.3 extension which gives me a small icon at the top right of the browser.
Click on that to open the extension.
Click on Settings and Pop out in a window
Click on File for that new window and select Create Application Shortcut
This gives the option for Desktop, Applications Menu.
Open from the Dash and the icon will appear in the Launcher
Right click on the icon in the Launcher and Lock it there.
yeah @Anita Lewis , i am also doing that., what about on screen notifications for reminders? . if you are not accessing your phone. In mac it notifies on your desktop as its a native app. but for linux users its just another window.
+1 for Ubuntu apps, phone and desktop.
@Naren Right, no screen notification. Luckily, that isn't something I need currently. The app would indeed be best.
My +1 for Ubuntu app
Now I have It for Linux!
It´s the Firefox-web-Version, but it´s ok. I will test now..
Thank You :-)
Yes-yes! +1 Also ubuntu user. Please!
that would be great, because Chromium Extension has some recurring problems...
all there is a Todoist App for Chromebooks available. It works perfectly on Ubunutu, too.
@Oliver Teichmann Will it give notifications as like in mac?
No, it doesn't. :-(
I'd like to get Todoist for Linux as well.
Please. I want todoist on ubuntu! :)
Ubuntu APP?!?! Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes!
Actually, firefox plugin works pretty good. It also gives notifications in case of using integration of web app with ubuntu unity.
@NovirgeGeokov you sure it gives notifications as in Mac?
@Naren, the fact is, that I don't know for sure, is it "as in Mac" or not. I'm working in ubuntu mostly. But I know for sure, that the web app in Firefox shows popup notifications in the top right of the screen (if allowed in the settings).
@Novirge I have enabled firefox todoist extension. I cannot see any notifications. So if you have time to come up with steps for achieving notifications, it would be useful for others and me.
@Naren check permissions for todoist page. You should set up "allow" for popup notifications.
My OS is Ubuntu 14.04, Firefox 36.01
+1 for todoist on ubuntu
+1. Please! (+1)
Just download deb package from https://launchpad.net/~loneowais/+archive/ubuntu/fogger/+packages for Ubuntu 13.10 and install it on Ubuntu 14.10 (it works fine).
Add icon (file in attachemnt) while creating new web app and it's all.
+1 I'm already very happy with Todoist, and would definitely buy a subscription if it supported my platform.
If you decide to make an app for linux, one way you could target the Phone, Tablet and Desktop in 1 shot is by using the Ubuntu-SDK to make a convergent application.
I really enjoy todoist and chose it as my primary to-do manager given how neat it is and compatibility with many platforms. I'm primarily on Ubuntu now and would love to have an app there. Currently working around this by using the web version + chrome plug-in, but an app would be great.
Todoist, Please respond, Do you have any plans to make an app for ubuntu users?. Please if that's not on your business plan, let us know. because everyone here is keep on asking you and i see no response from your guys. -_-; -_-; -_-;
Hello Linux users! I'm Hakim Ouake and I came with a solution for you. Like all of you I really need Todoist for Linux. I came from mac os when I use the mac version. As developer, I decide to create a Linux version of Todoist based on what I used on mac os.
So I invite you to try it and give me your feedback.
The link -> http://todoistlinux.kamhix.com
@Hakim: I'm using it now, working well on my Ubuntu 14.04, thanks!
@Hakim: nice app, i suppose this is some kind of webview. Is it possible to implement own css style for this app (or will be in futuer)?
thanks @Omar and @Marcin.
@Marcin not now but maybe in the future.
for Ubuntu - yes - that would be fantastic...! +1
Very nice!, thank you very much, Hakim! working well here on my Mint 17.1, but I'm not sure about how you did it. Are you from Todoist staff? or did you just used a public todoist API to make a third party app? (I wasn't aware that such API existed).
@Juanfer, No I'm not from the Todoist staff, I'm just a Todoist user and a developer. I was planning to use it but due to my limited time. I decided to use node-webkit as container for the web.
Some people asked to make the project open-source so I put the project on github => https://github.com/kamhix/todoist-linux, So enjoy it.
For the API here the links:
I'm also thinking about creating a nodejs module for other developers. :)
Hey @hakim, thanks for your work! :)
When I try to log in with my Google account, the app (or Google) says: "Invalid or Missing CSRF token", and nothing happens.
@Antonio, according to those threads, the problem might be linked to the cache. Can you try clear it.
Go to -> '/home/user/.config/Todoist/'
Delete or move 'Cache' and 'Application Cache' and reload the app.
And sorry for the inconvenience.
+1 Linux Desktop App