Dropbox And Todoist Apps Get Android-Friendly Makeovers

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Dropbox And Todoist Apps Get Android-Friendly Makeovers
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Android’s Material Design debuted last year when Google presented it as a completely new user interface that boasts textural design elements and 3D.

Todoist, a popular time management app, has now updated its interface to include bolder colors and exciting animations. Beyond the new design, the app update includes simpler actions and more organization features. The company claims it made key changes to every screen and interaction to ensure they are more intuitive than before.

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Todoist app gets key improvements

One of those improvements include a quick add-on option. Users can tap the add option (conveniently located at the bottom of the screen) and then add details about the task. Quick add-on recognizes and categorizes everything for the user. There is also a date input feature that allows users to create start and end dates for short-term and long-term projects.

Todoist’s app update also includes 10 colorful themes to give the app style. It also comes with sub-tasks to break down larger projects into smaller tasks. The app features a useful feature that allows users to bring more collaborators. It’s also just as easy to schedule tasks and confirm completion.

Dropbox app also gets update

File storage app Dropbox also announced it is rolling out an updated Android app specifically to match Android’s Material Design. The tech company offered more details in a blog post published on Tuesday:

Today, we’re taking the wraps off our newly redesigned Dropbox for Android app. We’ve heard your feedback, and this new version has been built to make Dropbox on Android better, faster, and more usable. Not only does it sport a fresh look that’s right at home on the latest versions of Android.

Highlights of the new app update include the ability to move or rename files right from the info pane. It also allows users to find photos faster with a new search icon.

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