iOS7 update is awesome and is pushing me to move over from paid Todoist subscription, but your web app is terrible when compared to the smooth Todoist web app.
These days not everything can be done using the mobile app, of course, it's the most important channel but when it comes to adding items in bulk or migrating from other services I think a web app is critically important.
Please impress us with an awesome web app and here is my $$$.
Thanks for the awesome refresh.
LOL! (I had to google that)
By the way, I added a comment a few weeks ago which seems to have disappeared.
I paid $20 for the annual license. I haven't been happy with the web interface so I asked for a pro-rated refund for the 8 months still left on my subscription. Appigo told me that I am free to unsubscribe, but refunds (as per the Terms of Service everyone agrees to upon subscription) are not allowed.
They basically thanked me for my money and told me that I was free to use Wunderlist.
Lesson to be learned: Do not sign up for an annual contract.
Add my vote as well. Not only appearance, but functionality: I would much prefer to add a project with multiple subtasks while on my PC or laptop, for example. Drag and drop features plus quick new task keystrokes would be great. And, yes, something more aesthetically appealing, more open space, less cramped would be more pleasant to work in.
To Appigo: I'm using the trial period of Todo Cloud iPhone app. While I don't expect a new web version overnight, I'll be giving this some thought as to whether or not I subscribe. Online cloud access is a major reason why I'm interested and is also a major disappointment to see the web interface thus far. Plus, if you're going to roll out a cloud offering, shouldn't the web version have been further along?
Strongly agree. The web app for Windows 8 is totally unusable and not multilingual, which strongly prevents the use of Todo Cloud in a professional settings where one may have to capture many tasks and share them with international colleagues.
The recent web redesign is lame--mostly because it is buggy.