March 4, 2014
We haven’t tested either, so have no set-up instructions. But in conversations with each developer we are told they should accept the MYN settings (which means they will work with 1MTD as well).
The new Android app is one right from the Toodledo makers, and of course it is called Toodledo. The Toodledo company actually acquired an existing app which already worked pretty well, and rebranded it. However, apparently it’s not quite on-par with Toodledo’s iOS app, and so the Toodledo folks have launched a crowdfunding campaign to greatly expand the features of this app. You can join in on that if you like here: https://backer.app.net/toodledo
Again though, we haven’t tested this app yet and hope to do so soon, and then we will provide set-up instructions for MYN. But it should be usable now, so feel free to play with it to try to make it work with MYN. [Update: follow this link for 1MTD and MYN set up instructions.]
As you may know, we also recommend two other Android apps that work with Toodledo and MYN: Pocket Informant and Ultimate To-Do List. The first has a ton of features that go well beyond task management, and the second I think is easier to use. The company behind the second is who has released the new BlackBerry app (next).
New Blackberry 10 App: Ultimate To-Do List, supports Toodledo
There’s been a hole in the product list that supports MYN: apps for the BlackBerry 10. The software for BB that we recommend for Exchange, To-Do Matrix, does not yet run on BB10. And we knew of nothing for MYN on BB10 in the Toodledo world.
Well that recently changed. The Ultimate To-Do List folks recently released a BB10 app with the same name and functioning as it’s Android app, and the same connectivity to Toodledo. In fact, the developer tells me it’s identical to the Android app. Since we haven’t yet confirmed that, let me just quote the developer:
“Our Blackberry 10 version is nearly identical to the Android version. In fact, it uses Blackberry’s Android emulator to run. The only features the BB10 version does not support are home screen widgets and calendar integration – features that Blackberry themselves don’t allow due to limitations of the emulator. The BB10 version will fully support your MYN system, and the instructions for setting this up are identical to the Android version.”
So if you want to give this a try, just follow our Android instructions to set it up for MYN. And if you confirm it configures well for MYN, let us know.