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Android Wear support

newmanwj says:
How about support for Android Wear? Something like the ability to add a task by voice and view a specific list (with ability to complete or postpone tasks in the list) - similar to what Wunderlist and Todoist can do with Android Wear
Posted at 4:20pm on September 4, 2015
bbeetle says:
Please add this! At least the ability to add a task... I would love to be able to just raise my risk and talk to my watch to add something to my list while my hands are full
Posted 3 years ago
gjurgens says:
Totally agree with this idea. I love RTM, but now I'm a fan of my android wear smartwatch too, and the lack of support to this platform is making me use other to do lists apps.
Posted 3 years ago
mrpfunk says:
Yes please! Every smartwatch can already display your agenda, but we all know that scheduled appointments are only half of the story... put the lists on our wrists! :)
Posted 3 years ago
willduan says:
yes to list on the wrist, this is a key feature for me
Posted 3 years ago
jiteshshahin says:
super agree
Posted 3 years ago
pw3010 says:
Me too, please!
Posted 3 years ago
bitexpert.stephan says:
+1
Posted 3 years ago
9br says:
+1
Posted 3 years ago
jamesr404 says:
I'd only buy a smart watch if I knew Remember The Milk is supported on it =)
Posted 2 years ago
darrenw says:
I'd love this as I'm trying to find some way to have my list at least viewable on my watch!
Posted 2 years ago
zoresvit says:
I am also looking forward to AndroidWear support! RememberTheMilk has made amazing progress lately with the web interface and phone apps. Next logical step would be to support smart watches.

I would buy Pro again just to finally get AndroidWear support :)
Posted 2 years ago
(closed account) says:
You nearly lost me as a Pro customer because of the lack of Android Wear support.
Evernote, Wunderlist both have this functionality for free.
Posted 2 years ago
chulkmartin says:
Ditto
Posted 2 years ago
michael714 says:
Ditto plus1
Posted 2 years ago
theodor.schulte says:
Jepp, please add Wear support as Todoist, Wunderlist etc.
Posted 2 years ago
dbadman says:
+1
Posted 2 years ago
s1059197 says:
+1
Posted 1 year ago
zefimia says:
+1
Posted 1 year ago
sdenbo says:
This would be great. Thanks!
Posted 1 year ago
jeremyholton says:
I just got a Huawei watch 2 and RTM on it would be handy
Posted 1 year ago
agentbanks says:
+1!!
Posted 1 year ago
tomahera says:
+1
Posted 1 year ago
sinclair67 says:
i have been thinking about getting a smart watch, and the first thing I checked was to see if RTM is supported. +1 for RTM support.
Posted 1 year ago
adamrakich says:
+1
Posted 1 year ago
arnor1711 says:
+1
Posted 1 year ago
rvanguilder says:
+1
Posted 1 year ago
potts7 says:
Yes, yes, yes.
Posted 0 years ago
gstoel says:
i now have to capture stuff in google keep and then copy it to RTM afterwards.... is not as efficient as I like it to be :(

Let's copy the functionality from the apple watch to the android wear platform and I am a very happy man.
Posted 10 months ago
j.don.wells says:
You need a wear OS app. I am currently using Evernote for grocery lists because they have a watch app. That just seems wrong.
Posted 8 months ago
stenemo says:
Looking forward to having Remember the Milk on wear! Should point out to everyone that there is a great workaround (that Remember the Milk should be able to implement themselves!): https://ifttt.com/applets/53297888d-if-you-say-remembering-add-to-rtm
Posted 8 months ago
sailor74 says:
Any news around RTM support in regard to wear OS?
Posted 7 months ago
mtroulis says:
Android Wear support would be great!
Posted 16 weeks ago
j.starke says:
+1
Wear OS watches are ready for prime time with the TicWatch Pro and the 4th generation Fossil Venture watches. Gimme that Wear OS App pleeeeease!
Posted 13 weeks ago
alec.eve says:
+1
I currently have an iWatch with my work phone, but we're switching to Android. So am going to trade in for an Android Wear watch. I pretty much bought Pro because of the watch capability, if I can't do it when my year's up i won't be buying in to another year - i do love RTM though so it'd be sad!
Posted 3 weeks ago
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