OpenTodoList is a todo manager and note taking application. Organize your todo lists, notes and images into libraries, which are stored locally on your device.

OpenTodoList 2.1 Android


You can find Download links for a variety of platforms on the app’s GitLab Releases page.

Your Data – Your Choice

OpenTodoList 2.1 Todo List Details

OpenTodoList maintains libraries of items. Each library is stored in a dedicated directory locally on your device. That means that you always remain in control about what happens to your data. This makes OpenTodoList well-suited also for sensitive data.

On the other side, being able to access information across devices also is crucial nowadays. While OpenTodoList currently has no built-in synchronization mechanisms, it nevertheless allows you to easily share files across devices: Each library and items inside it is a directory in the local file system. So any tool that can synchronize files between your device and a cloud storage provider can be used to share your data among several devices.

OpenTodoList 2.1 Image Details

Its Open

OpenTodoList is released under the terms of the GNU GPL v3. You can get the sources of the application on GitLab.

Its everywhere

OpenTodoList is built on top of the Qt framework. It can easily be made available on a huge set of devices and operating systems. Currently, there are pre-compiled binaries available for Windows, Linux x86_64 as well as Android. If your device or operating system is not supported, feel free to head over to GitLab, clone the app and try building it yourself.

Reporting Bugs

If you encounter any issues with OpenTodoList, please don’t hesitate and report a bug in your issue tracker. That’s the easiest and quickest way to make sure the app gets better with every release.

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