And that's what killed Toodledo for me. The developer had no intention of adding some features that I considered to be basic requirements for a list manager (e.g. manual sorting, and an Inbox) yet would spend countless development hours working on new features that nobody ever asked for simply because they were "interesting" and he wanted to learn how to do it.
Originally Posted by Folke
While TD obviously generates a good deal of revenue for him, it's basically his hobby and he doesn't approach it with any sense of strategy or do it for the benefit of the user base.