Android: The newest version of Todoist for Android lets you add to-dos in natural language, and has the app parse entire sentences for categories, tags and due dates. It also picked up some design polish and a few new shortcuts. Todoist has been on a tear with app updates lately, and last month's updates to OS X and iOS are now available to everyone. The Quick Add feature lets you enter an entire string, like "Write script for Make Donald Drumpf Again on February 20 #AmazingShowIdeas +JohnOliver." and the app will create your to-do, schedule it for February 20, tag it with "Amazing Show Ideas" and then share the task with user "JohnOliver", all without you having to go through the extra steps manually.
Similarly, there are a few new shortcuts, like a pinch-to-add-task gesture in project view and the ability to sort your projects (not just tasks) by date, priority, name or assignee. Even sync has been updated so when you dismiss a to-do on one device, you don't have to wait to see it vanish on another.
For more, you can check out the blog post below, or hit the link below to grab the latest version from Google Play.