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Linux desktop app

thedoson says:

Not just browser add-ons or phone apps but I'd love to have an official RTM app for my desktops, laptops, netbooks.. for all operating systems esp Linux (ubuntu).


p.s I am sure it won't be that hard for you guys to make a beautiful app. and it won't take much time either. You are pros LOL

Posted at 9:37pm on May 20, 2011

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gfe says:

I use Remember the Task on my Linux desktop and netbook and it works quite well.

Posted 2 years ago

rmezger says:

Adobe Air will no longer be an option for Linux desktop users as it is no longer developed for Linux. "Remember the Task" would not be a good option.

I am currently trying native apps like "Getting Things Gnome" and "Tasque". Neither of them are suiting me well though :(

Posted 2 years ago

capemayal Pro says:

I have a pro acc't, and I feel there should be support for ALL mainstream OS and e-mail/calender clients.

Posted 2 years ago

florian.wilhelm says:

I completely agree with capemayal. There should be a Linux client given that so many people are using it.

Posted 2 years ago

ljkenny says:

I agree.

Tasque is okay for viewing tasks, but seems incapable to complete them correctly.

A purpose-built Linux application (for all distros) would be great.

You have my vote.

Posted 2 years ago

dawez says:

Tasque is ok but still in early stages of developing...

Posted 2 years ago

dygituljunky Pro says:

My wife and I have Ubuntu, Mac, and Windows machines. Native applications for each of these OSes would provide opportunities for pop-up reminders, spoken reminders, and offline task management.

Posted 2 years ago

kerrpe says:

I use it constantly on my win down tablet, but the need for an internet connection really slows my productivity. I'd love to see a desktop version!

Posted 2 years ago

werru Pro says:

Getting Things Gnome disable plugin for RTM. But it will be enable in 3.0 version. They are working on it
Tasque is baggy

Posted 1 year ago

aster69 says:

I tried Tasque, gmilk and Getting Things Gnome but none of them worked very well on Ubuntu. I mean, if you just check tasks then they're ok, but it's hard to manage them. ( BTW, Tasque is relatively good, both in UI and function.)
RTM should consider developing desktop apps for Linux because sometimes we really need to deal with tasks offline.

Posted 4 months ago

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