OpenTodoList 3.45.1 Has Been Released

Hi everyone,

today’s a special day for OpenTodoList - exactly 10 years ago, the first blog post announced the availability of the first version of the app! 🎉

So… the best way to celebrate is to push out a new release, right? Joking aside - there are some issues in the previous release’s Android build, that we’d like to get sorted out by this. So, here is what changed:


No Encrypted (HTTPS) Traffic Possible In Android Version Of The App

In 3.45.0, we updated the underlying Qt framework to a newer version. However, this would have required a newer version of the OpenSSL library to be shipped with the app as well on Android - which we missed. As a consequence, the app started just fine, but was unable to do any communication over encrypted channels. This affected both existing accounts as well as when one tried to add new ones.

This release fixes this by adding the needed newer version of the OpenSSL libraries to the APK.

rpdev/opentodolist#626: Wrong Label In Recurrence Editor

As a little gimmick, this release also fixes the text in a label in the recurrence editor. This is nothing big, of course, but it makes the user interface more consistent, right? 😉


  • Please find the download links for major platforms on GitHub.
  • For Android, the release is available via Google Play.
  • For iOS, the release is available via the App Store.
  • If you use snap, you can install the app from the
  • If you use flatpak, you can install the app from Flathub.
  • For Arch based Linux distributions, you can install the app from AUR.

Known Issues

There is a minor known regression with the Qt6 based build of the app when running on Linux with Wayland. Reordering items via drag and drop works, but you sometimes have to click somewhere (e.g. the tool bar) to re-enable hover for the items after such a drag and drop operation. This has been reported as a bug against Qt in their bugtracker. Usually, you can start the app passing it the -platform xcb option to force using X11/XWayland (which does not show the same symptoms).

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