Android: Todoist is one of our favourite to-do apps, but its design has always been a bit spartan. That has changed with a massive Android overhaul, which features a new, great-looking redesign. The update also adds easier ways to add to-dos, subtasks, and edit task durations and due-dates.
The new design makes use of Android's Material Design spec to add colour, fluid animations, and customisation to the once all-white-and-black-text to-do app. Menus and toggles are well spaced out and easier to tap even on small screens, and the entire app has themes and other customisation options you can use to personalise it.
A new quick-add button on the lower right corner of the screen makes it easy to quickly add to-dos from any screen, and the app's new date parser makes it easy to add to-dos in natural language ("pick up the milk next saturday") and have your item added in the right place and due at the right time. The parser even works with recurring to-dos, so "pick up the milk every other tuesday" works just as well. You can also add end dates, like "read three chapters every day until August 15th" will end the task on the right day.
All of the new features are available to free and premium users, and the updated version of the app is rolling out now at Google Play. Hit the link below to read more.