Today Todoist received a pretty significant update that the company is officially referring to as “Todoist Next”, though the Google Play store listing simply refers to it as version 3.0 of the app.
So what’s so different here that the folks behind the app feel they need to market it under a new name? At least for the Android app, the interface remains largely the same actually, though there are several improvements designed to make it easier to work with others on tasks. There’s also a visual scheduler that is designed to make daily planning a hassle-free experience.
One of the most welcome changes however, is that automatic data syncing between the 13 different supported platforms is now available for free users. The Todoist collaboration tool will also allow up to six free users to work on a project, though you’ll need a premium account for larger projects of up to 26 users.
To get the full list of premium features you’ll need to pay $29 a year, though that’s not really too bad when compared to somewhat similar offerings like Wunderlist cost about $60 a year. For more details or to grab the updated version of Todoist, you’ll want to head on over to Google Play.