I'm the developer of TodoTxtMac on OS X and a leading contributor to Todotxt.net on Windows. I'm happy to announce that my first todo.txt app for iOS, SwiftoDo, just went live on the iOS App Store.
TLDR: SwiftoDo is an alternative to the Todo.txt Touch iOS app with more bells and whistles and better iOS 9 support.
SwiftoDo ("Swift To Do") is a modern, powerful todo.txt app for iOS. It is a task list built specifically for the todo.txt file format, and allows you work with your existing todo.txt and done.txt files via Dropbox sync. It lets you sort, filter, and modify tasks quickly and easily. There is also a multi-select option for editing multiple tasks at a time (these are for simple edits only, like increasing prior
My goal with SwiftoDo is to provide a good user experience on iOS 9 (and above) and on newer devices (such as the iPhone 6S Plus and iPad Pro). Using SwiftoDo on iPad with a text editor beside it, via iOS 9's split view, is a joy for note takers and journal keepers like me. Live filters on the iPhone 6S Plus in landscape mode (in split view mode like on an iPad) makes working with the task list much faster.
I would like to stress that this is a brand new app, not a fork of Todo.txt Touch for iOS. SwiftoDo is written entirely in Swift and contains no code or implementation ideas from Todo.txt Touch. The app is a labor of love for me. I am charging a small amount for it to help me cover the costs of keeping it in the App Store and hosting its web
site. My plan is to round out the feature set of the app going forward.
Please check out the SwiftoDo website, and look at the App in the App Store.
SwiftoDo website: http://swiftodoapp.com
App Store link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/swiftodo-task-list-for-todo.txt/id1073798440?ls=1&mt=8
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