DoneDone for iOS app is finally here!

Starting today, DoneDone is now available as a native mobile application on your iPhone or iPad from the App Store. Many of you have been waiting for awhile (ahem…years) for this. We know it’s an understatement, but thank you for your patience!

Download on the App Store

What can you do on DoneDone mobile?

DoneDone mobile is focused on the most essential features of DoneDone. You can view issue lists and filter them by our default filters (“Issues waiting on you”), by due date, tags, and between public and private issues.  You can do the same for activity as well. Toggle between your activity and issue lists by clicking the DoneDone icon in the upper-left and choosing the appropriate section.

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Issue lists and activity on DoneDone mobile

You can also create issues by clicking the blue icon near your thumb when you’re viewing issues or activity. When creating or updating issues, you can pull in attachments straight from your photo library as well.

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Creating a new issue on DoneDone mobile

Click on an issue or activity item to view the details of that issue including its histories.

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DoneDone mobile’s issue detail screen

You can also edit the issue by clicking the “pencil icon” within the detail page. For individual actions like adding comments, reassigning people, or changing priority and status, simply click the blue icon near your thumb again.

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Adding a comment on DoneDone mobile

What’s coming up?

We’ve got a list of features we’d like to add to the app. First and foremost, we plan on releasing an update that will allow you to directly link to the mobile app from DoneDone email links. Right now, clicking on links from your DoneDone email will still send you to your mobile browser.

We’d love to know what you think! Shoot us feedback on Twitter @getdonedone or email us directly at support@mydonedone.com.

Ka Wai Cheung is the original creator of DoneDone and author of The Developer’s Code. Follow him personally on Twitter via @developerscode and read more at Life Imitates Code.