Saturday, March 20, 2010

Todo Q v1.1.5 for Android released

Todo Q v1.1.5 was just released to the android market and includes many new customer requested features.

Backup to SD Card
The Todo Q database can now be backed up to the SD card. If something bad happens to your phone and you have to reinstall your applications, Todo Q will automatically restore from the backup database.

Usability Enhancements
We added new save and revert menu items on the Todo Q Editor menu for users that prefer a direct command to save or cancel changes instead of the automatic save. Plus we added confirmation messages for anytime we save or cancel an update to a tasks to give you more feedback.

Clear Filter Button with Task Counts
The Todo Q list sports a new button adjacent to the filter field that displays the count of visible tasks vs total tasks as a label. When clicked, this button clears the filter and refreshes the list to show all tasks.

Here's a screenshot of the task list unfiltered...

... and filtered based on the string "3141".

Each item is visible for a different reason:

  • Find Me 3141 has "3141" in the description
  • Find Me Too has "3141" in the custom field
  • Find Me Three has "3141" as part of the address / location field.

Todo Q searches across multiple fields when filtering and updates the list and task counts dynamically as you type in the filter field.

Todo Q is available for only $1.99 on the Android Market. Give it a try today.

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  1. I just started using the program and in the beginning I had quite a few problems but thanks to Wayne from Baine Labs I am good now.
    Program is very customizable which is good and bad: good because somebody who is familiar with program can customize it very well. For somebody who is just starting it may not be as good.
    I think the program has to have two modes: beginners and advanced, advanced will have all the bells and whistles that can be customized and the beginner’s only basic functions. Users can choose the mode.
    The program needs to have better manual, the one that is now not much help.
    Also, what I don’t like is any time I open the program it is switches to edit mode, when you open the program it needs to open the screen with your todo list but not go straight into edit mode. It has to switch to edit mode only when you place the cursor in the editable field, just like other android applications.

  2. Cool! Can it import/export .ics files with the VTODO type? I'd pay for that!