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Android App that Syncs "Lists"
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Posted: Oct 04, 2013
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I just noticed the "lists" tab in Toodledo, in which you can add various lists (e.g. shopping) as opposed to "tasks". I like the differentiation, but my DTG-GTD app for my Android phone and tablet does not seem to support or sync with this feature.

Does anyone have any recommendations for Android apps that do support Lists?

Posted: Oct 09, 2013
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I'm looking for the same thing and would be grateful for any pointers.

Posted: Oct 09, 2013
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If I'm correct, the new functionality like lists and outlines are not yet exposed through the API. Hence no third party applications can incorporate them just yet. We'll have to wait.

Posted: Nov 11, 2013
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On top of waiting, you can also bug the developers of Toodledo. :)

Posted: Nov 20, 2013
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My question exactly. And I wonder about the API exposure, since this function syncs to iPhone apps.

Posted: Jan 10, 2014
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+1 for this on Android. If anyone has a solution.

Posted: Jan 17, 2014
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+1 Also ... am using Ultimate To-Do List.

Posted: Feb 03, 2014
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+1 I would love to have that feature in some Android app, preferably the new Toodledo app or DTG GTD

Posted: Feb 03, 2014
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Yes same here, have we got an ETA for making this availalbe in DGT GTD?

Posted: Apr 03, 2014
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I would be using it now on Android if it was available.

Posted: May 22, 2014
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Yes, please! Support the new Lists in Android Apps!! I'm searching for ages for an app with lists like this. The only one which had these kinds of lists was ListPro back on Windows Mobile and on iOS, but no Android.

Posted: Jul 03, 2014
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I would also like this feature!

Posted: Jul 13, 2014
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Not only do I want this feature for the Toodledo app, I'd also like the ability to sync it with other, similar apps, such as Mighty Grocer. This might require the target app itself to add this capability, or someone might develop a general intermediary app that links, e.g., shopping lists in Tooodledo w/ a shopping-list app, etc.

BTW, in general, I really like the way Toodledo implements this because it's flexible & allows one to see all items on the list in context. For example, a general shopping list can show all the items on the list as well as all the stores. Apps like Might Grocer tend to put the items on a store-by-store basis, so it's hard to get an overview. Particularly for things like a shopping list, this is important because if, say, Costco is out of something you may have to buy when you get to the more expensive Whole Foods.
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