MobileOrg is a tool for viewing, editing and searching outlines generated by Emacs Org mode. Org mode files are stored in plain text and are frequently used to maintain to-do lists or GTD, plan projects and take notes. MobileOrg can be used to take your Org mode files anywhere.
Minor point release to restore support for older devices.
- Fixes iPhone 5 incompatibility
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Provides an ideal level of control over your org data while away from your precious emacs install. If access to agenda items, org-capture, fulltext search and even on-the-fly org file edits sound good to you, then stop wasting time and download!
Dropbox sync doesn't work, even using org-mobile-push
First problem: you can't just add a .org file to the Dropbox folder and expect it to show up in the app. You have to go through a convoluted setup process using emacs on your desktop, which involves setting up special customization variables and using the very finicky "org-mobile-push" command. If you don't, the app will say there's an error, but won't explain what the error is. You also have to know how to use org-mode's "agenda" feature which isn't explained or mentioned on the website.
Second problem: after I did this, the file I wanted showed up in the app's file list, but had no contents. I seem to be following the website's instructions correctly, from what I can tell.
Third problem: the web site's links to the purported support forums, FAQ, and wiki are all broken.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.