A new release - 3.2 - has just been made available.


The app running on Android.

This version focuses once more on making the app usable on Android: First of all, on newer releases of Android, login credentials for synchronization are now properly restored when the app starts. Additionally, the search functionality has been refactored as the previous implementation used to crash on Android (with some probability of other platforms also having the same bug, just occurring less frequently). Besides, there are also minor changes which affect all platforms:

  • When creating a new library, it is now immediately opened.
  • Restarting the app re-opens the last active library (and tag).
  • The images in the backend selection when creating a new library now scale with the available width, making the screen look nice on a wider variety of screen sizes.
  • In case the app cannot load login credentials on start up, a notification is shown to the user to inform him about that fact.
  • And finally: Update notifications now point to the GitHub page, as this is where the downloads are actually hosted.


You can download pre-compiled binaries of the app for Windows (32 and 64 bit), Linux and macOS on GitHub. For Android, you can install the app via Google Play (note that the release might be in the beta stage for the first few days, so either join the beta testers via Google Play or wait for the update to be rolled out to everyone later).

Known Issues and Limitations

Currently, there is no way to cancel a sync once it has been started. Hence, especially on Android you might rather want to send the app to background instead of terminating it. Also keep in mind that there is no background sync yet: As soon as you terminate the app, synchronization will stop.

Just a few days after the release v3.0 of the app, here comes another one!


Screenshot of the app running on Android.

This time, most of the changes relate to the Android port of the app. The most notable change: The Material style is now in use, which better integrates the app into the system. Another change is regarding secure WebDAV: The app now comes with OpenSSL bundled, which is required to allow access to secured (HTTPS) WebDAV servers (which should be normal nowadays!). Finally, this release fixes the type selection when creating a new library. On some platforms - especially ones with high resolution screens - that part of the app was next to unusable. This should be much better now on all supported platforms.


You can download pre-compiled binaries of the app for Windows (32 and 64 bit), Linux and macOS on GitHub. For Android, you can install the app via Google Play (note that the app is in Beta still, so you have to join the beta program for it in order to install it right now).

Known Issues and Limitations

The app is still in heavy development, especially after the recent refactoring. So be prepared for some smaller and larger issues. Especially, on some Android devices, the app might forget the WebDAV password between restarts. To resume sync, you have to go into the sync settings of a library and re-enter the password.

It has been quite some time, but finally we are there: OpenTodoList 3.0 has been released! Please find the download links links for a variety of platforms (Windows, Linux, MacOS and Android) on GitHub.


When creating a new library, you can now create ones syncted to WebDAV servers like NextCloud or ownCloud.

Version 3.0 is the result of some heavy restructuring under the hood. Most of the changes are not directly visible to the user. However, there are two notable changes: First, the library used to display controls like buttons, menus and pages has been changed from Qt Quick Controls to Qt Quick Controls 2. This change should mainly benefit the mobile version of the app, however, it also allows some improvements (like a better drawer). Second, the app now comes with built-in WebDAV Sync support. This means: When you create a new library, you can connect to a WebDAV server (like NextCloud, ownCloud or a generic WebDAV server) and create your library there. The app then takes care to sync your local library with a copy on the server. This is especially useful on mobile devices, where it is rather cumbersome or even impossible to set up third party services to do the sync.

Important Notes

The app should work well on the supported desktop platforms Linux, macOS and Windows (both 32 and 64bit). The new version has also been build for Android, but currently is only available if you join the beta channel for the app via Google Play. There are some known issues with the app right now on Android, so be careful when updating. Please note that the format used to store items on disk changed. When upgrading, the app will migrate your existing libraries to the new format. However, you cannot easily go back to the previous version once you migrated.

OpenTodoList on Windows has traditionally been delivered as a 32bit version only. Recently, we started to investigate in an alternative build environment which will be used to create installers for future versions of the app. As a side effect, in the future we will be able to release 64bit versions of the app.

If you currently use OpenTodoList on Windows and are daring enough, you can give the 64bit version of the 2.8 release a try. Just download and install it - it should work as usual. (And no, besides the fact that this version of the app is 64bit, there are no new featured packed in yet ;-) ).

Have a lot of fun!

We are proud to present another release of OpenTodoList. As always, please head over to the application page to find an installer for your platform.


Notes, images and todo lists now visually differ from each other inside the library view.

The visually most noticeable change in version 2.8 is that the items inside a library now visually differ much more from each other than before. In earlier versions, all items were represented by a small sticky note, the various types of items having different contents of course. Still, e.g. the difference between notes and todo lists was sometimes not very clear. This changes now, with the three kinds of items each using their own, distinct styling. Besides this visual improvement, there are some more changes as well. Most important is a bug fix in the library sidebar: In compact mode (i.e. when you had to slide in the bar from the left side of the screen), it was not possible to scroll vertically. This might have gone unnoticed for most users, but as soon as one uses more libraries and tags inside each, the list of items to be displayed grows and then this bug definitely hurt. Editing of item titles also got some refinement. Editing now is done in a separate dialog. This improves the text input a lot especially on Android, where before editing of item titles was kind of difficult with very long titles. Last but not least, another new feature made it into this version: Inside a library, items now have a context menu, which can be used to quickly interact with the items without having to change into their details. You can just right click an item to rename it, delete it, manage assigned tags and change the color of an item!