Just tried to sync via iCloud on Yosemite and it says my version of OS X does not support iCloud... Um... yes it does. Seems like a simple plist edit probably but should have an update to fix this and very soon!
Is there any news about the fix date for this problem? Please fix this urgently!
John Wilkins: I was having the same issues, I hope they get the sync thing fixed soon as Jeff Hammond said they are trying to. I recommend switching to dropbox for syncing until the update comes. This seems to have fixed my problem.
Though a word of caution: the dropbox sync doesn't seem to be as fast as the iCloud sync was under iOS 7, but it does work.
Woop Woop! Just downloaded 3.0.4 and all is well. :)
Jeff, you mentioned the app was submitted 9 days ago. Is there any update on this? I'm a developer as well and the longest an approval/publish has taken to the App Store is 7 days. It has been extremely frustrating to have a broken Mac Todo app I paid for, which will not sync with iCloud, rendering it useless. Please keep the Todo community updated.
Note: As a developer, you can contact Apple and have them prioritize an app to get pushed through faster.
Strange - just checked iTunes and it tells me that version 3.0.3 is available, since December 8. I have 126.96.36.19969 but App Store doesn't show me that an update is available?
What gives? Is there a problem with the new version - upgrade path broken? Should I just delete the old version on my machine and download the new one?
Didn't spot that it was Todo Cloud - my mistake. That's very bad news regarding the update. I've had to resort to Dropbox sync to get any use out of Todo across my devices, and that seems to be causing Todo for Mac to crash even more. At the moment I'm getting a half-dozen crashes a day....
Jeff, is there a target date for the iCloud fix?
I got an iOS update but no Mac update... What gives? This is getting really old...
I have Todo on iPad, iPhone and Mac. Since iOS 8 the sync has been working poorly - just about keeping in sync but occasionally taking a very long time to get it right. Sometimes a sync will take several minutes.
I've now upgraded to Yosemite and it's completely broken the sync. My Mac seems to be maintaining its own copy of all tasks, with the iPad and iPhone still synchronised. Looks like the sync space is now divided into two - iOS and Yosemite.
Please fix this urgently - it's primary functionality and one of the main reasons we all use todo lists.
At last! An update from Apple. I've updated my Mac version, switched over to iCloud and tested - seems stable and to be working. Switched my iPad and iPhone over too and tested again - still stable on the Mac, so far, and also synchronisation seems to be working normally.
Any update on this - just bought the Mac and iOS8 version and not being able to sync via iCloud puts a big old spanner in the works :-)