The HTML-only interface is not new, but Toodledo recently updated it to support some of the new features of the full site. I don't use it much, but I did before I found a WM phone browser that works with Slim. IMO, the slim site is superior in every way. It is just not supported by as many browsers. It has more options for filtering and sorting, and more lists are included. I use the Starred list a lot, especially on the go, so that is a big reason I don't like the HTML site as much since stars are not supported.
As for standalone desktop Toodledo apps like Airdo, TD Distraction Free, etc., I don't think the HTML site is so much something to compare to them, as it is something to be added to them. Those apps all run either the full site, the slim site, or both. If some people prefer the HTML-only site for its simplicity over the Slim site, perhaps it would be nice if the desktop apps could run it as a third option.
This message was edited Jun 06, 2009.
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