At its core Doable is a modern and easy to use Todo app.
It features a beautiful design that follows the latest Material 3 guidelines, a simple user interface that allows you to manage your tasks with ease and last but not least a seamless integration with Nextcloud.
When you open Doable for the first time you might be mistaken to think that it lacks some features you might've been hoping for like separate lists. But fear not! Doable does indeed support such things! The are just not enabled by default. To enable lists and other amazing features check out the "Extensions" section in Doable's settings!
Doable also supports integration with Nextcloud which allows you to backup and synchronize your tasks across multiple devices – or just keep a handy backup of them in case something goes wrong. Simple log in to your Nextcloud account and boom! Your Todos will now be synchronized automatically. (You can also use any other backup server that supports the WebDAV interface.)
Design and interface
Doable features a simple yet powerful interface in a beautiful design that closely follows Androids Material 3 guidelines.
Settings and customization
You can customize many aspects of Doable including
How tasks will be sorted
The colors of the app
How to handle certain cases as tasks being overdue or being due today
Doable allows you to further customize your experience by enabling certain extensions. Extensions can change the behavior of the app and allow you to user features that are not included out of the box. The current extensions consist of the following:
Todo search: This extension adds a search button to the overview that allows you to search for a specific Todo.
Lists: As the name suggests this adds list support to Doable. Want to separate your work and personal tasks? Simply create different lists for them!
Markdown: This is one is also fairly straight forward: Enable this extension and you will be able to use (basic) Markdown inside the title and description of your Todos!
You can log into your Nextcloud account to automatically synchronize your tasks across devices.
|Introduction to the app||Adding a new task||A task being selected||Detail view of a task with Markdown|
|Adding a due date and time to a task||Creating a new list||Adding a task to an already existing list||Selecting which list a task belongs to|
You can simply download the latest release apk from the releases page and install it! You might have to go into the settings and allow installing apps from an external source tho.
To install this app via F-Droid simply add my repository to the app and search for "Doable"!
You can find the repository here.
Since this is open and free software you can also just compile the program yourself! To do that you simply need to be on the latest flutter master branch – or any other branch, assuming it includes all the features used here.
You can switch the channel flutter uses with the following two commands.
After that you can simply run
flutter build apk to generate an apk ready to be installed on your
Be careful if you choose the
main branch for compiling your apk, be aware that the app name
and its android id will be different from the ones you would get
stable branch. Since I use the
as my default branch and to test my app, I changed the app name /
"Doable DEBUG" and the id to
at.flobii.doable_debug. If you want to change those, either compile
from the stable branch or simply change them. Below you can find a
table detailing what needs to be
|File: line(s)||What you need to change|
|android/app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml: 1, 20||
Besides the name changes you should also consider updating the version name and code in the
pubspec.yaml file, since those are also only changed on the
You want to contribute to Doable? Great! You don't know how you can help? Well, here are your options!
The simplest way to support and help Doable is by creating an issue whenever you have an idea / feature request or you want to provide feedback or maybe you've found a bug / problem!
If you speak a language Doable is not yet translated into you can help by translating it! Simply follow this link to Doable's Weblate page to find out more!
PRs are also appreciated! If you do make one, please provide a description why this PR is necessary so that I can understand its purpose quicker! And thanks in advance for spending your time on contributing!
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Open an issue
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