Todo.txt for Chrome – App changing to Extension

Hi!

Thank you for using Todo.txt App for Chrome

Google ends support for Chrome Apps

Google has announced end of support for Chrome Apps across all platforms, except ChromeOS.

This change has dramatically reduced the potential user base for the app. It also handicaps development of the app going forward, since I don’t own a Chromebook.

The Chrome app & extension will need other updates too. I plan to add support for syncing with Google Drive. And, Dropbox has announced end of support for their old API that the apps use, so I’ll need to update the apps to work with new API.

Considering these changes, I have decided to focus future development on the Todo.txt Chrome extension, and gradually end support for the Todo.txt Chrome App. I strongly request you to give the Todo.txt extension a try.

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iDoneThis Android app – End of support

Hi!

Please let me start by thanking you for using “Done!” – my Android App for iDoneThis!

You may be aware that the team behind iDoneThis is currently upgrading their website for a better, faster user experience.

As part of this upgrade, the old API is being phased out. Sadly, I do not have access to the new API, and so, am unable1 to update the app to make it work with the new platform.

As a result, the “Done!” android app (and Chrome extension) will stop working2 for accounts that get upgraded to the new (beta) version of iDoneThis. (Expected date: Sept 15, 2016).

I believe the team at iDoneThis may release their own, tailored Android app, and Chrome extension. However, I do not have any visibility into their plans or timelines.

Thanks again for giving the app a go! I hope you liked it while it lasted.

Cheers!

Adi

P.S.: If your organisation needs a tech-adept, business person for a product / business / strategy role, please do get in touch.
I’m actively looking for full-time work/projects based in London, Guildford (UK), or remote.


  1. I’m actively looking for a full-time, paying project, and so shall not be updating the extension, even if I could get access to the API. 
  2. The “Done!” Chrome extension uses the same v1 API as the android app, so it too shall stop working once your account moves to the updated, new iDoneThis platform. 

iDoneThis Chrome extension – End of support

Hi!

Please let me start by thanking you for using “Done!” – my Chrome extension for iDoneThis!

You may be aware that the team behind iDoneThis is currently upgrading their website for a better, faster user experience.

Sadly, as part of this upgrade, the old API is being phased out. I do not have access to the new API, and so, am unable1 to update the extension to make it work with the new platform.

As a result, the “Done!” extension (and android app) will stop working2 for accounts that are upgraded to the new (beta) version of iDoneThis. (Expected date: Sept 15, 2016).

I believe the team at iDoneThis may be releasing their own Chrome extension and Android app. However, I do not have any visibility into their plans or timelines.

Thanks again for giving the extension a go! I hope you liked it while it lasted.

Cheers!

Adi

P.S.: If your organisation needs a tech-adept, business person for a product / business / strategy role, please do get in touch.
I’m actively looking for full-time work/projects based in London, Guildford (UK), or remote.


  1. I’m actively looking for a full-time, paying project, and so shall not be updating the extension, even if I could get access to the API. 
  2. The “Done!” android app uses the same v1 API as the extension, so it too shall stop working once your account moves to the updated, new iDoneThis platform.