Fixed various windowing issues
Reworked internals to improve performance and stability
Split out settings into its own window
Updated the spellchecker to a new version
Various other fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
This app is good. Its very similar to the website though. Its nice to have an app now on the desktop. But it woudl be great if there were more features. Like drag and drop in the boards menu so you can move boards from one team to another, etc. Also its just a bit clunky still. I love trello, use it on my phone and comptuer. Its getting there slowly but surely. Could use some upgrading a bit though. I wish they had a bit more of a way of creating a difffernt type of board. Love the pictures and video links elmetns though. Like instad of just having the dorp down lists having the option to do like a general note pad on one would be great where you can keep typing rather than just bubles or have to open the note and do description. Love the pictures and video links elements though. That way I could move fully off Notes as well and use this for things like journaling ideas etc. As of now its really jsut great for vision boarding and lists. Calander things too but this is a bit clunky. Its more of a reminder option thats kinda nice but i dont use it much the way its set up.
Trello is great, App is unreliable
Love using Trello, and rely it on for both professional and personal projects. However, the app vesion is completely unreliable. I keep the Trello window open on another desktop while I work, and after a few moments of inactivity, the window seems to constantly freeze. Frequently it will take multiple clicks to register, then, when it does, it will reset to the home page and any card I was working on is gone. The latest problem now is that after inactivity the app no longer reponds at all and has to be force quit.
Update1: It’s 2019, and the app is still worthless. Constant freezes requiring me to quit and restart the app. Now it’s freezing *while* I’m typing entries into a card; I then have to force quit, losing whatever progress I had. Tell me again why this is better than using the website, which, as far as I can tell, works flawlessly?
Update #2: After two years I’m giving up and uninstalling this piece of garbage. The app freezes constantly, outright crashes, or loses cards after I try to enter them. The app is completely unreliable and worthless for extended use. It’s fine in short bursts, but as I rely on it throughout the day, it simply isn’t stable enough. The website, by comparison, doesn’t crash, or freeze or lose my data. So, whatever benefits the app held aren’t worth the trouble, I’ll just return to using it via a browser.
Buggy and less performant than on the web
The main reason to use a standalone app of something you can get in the web browser is that it should be more performant and feel more native than in the browser. This app needs some real work still as it’s neither. It actually seems like it’s just a webview inside an application window, because it gives me the exact same “disconnected from server for too long, please reload” messages I get on the web - unlike the iOS app which has great offline capability.
It is also SLOWER and buggier than the web - we’re talking ASANA SLOW, which was the original reason I ditched that and started using Trello... Switching from the list view to the calendar view is particularly buggy. Sometimes it doesn’t work, or there’s a several second lag during which I’ve clicked again three times and then it flashes back and forth the number of times I’ve clicked once it catches up. This is not a computer processing speed issue - I regularly edit videos and photos with less lag than the Trello app.
Please make a native app that is actually performant - it’s clear to see you’ve just thrown a web view into an app and put it up on the app store to get another marketing touch point to make users sign up. It’s lazy and below Trello’s normally high standards.
- Trello, Inc.
- 70.5 MB
OS X 10.10.0 or later, 64-bit processor
English, Amharic, Arabic, Bengali, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Malayalam, Marathi, Norwegian Bokmål, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Trello, Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.