For a FOSS implementation of Org mode without the dependency of Emacs - built for iOS, Android and desktop browsers, check out: https://github.com/200ok-ch/organice
Tasks and Agenda are included, too.
Great work on organice! I love that we’re all looking for ways to let our beloved org cross Emacs boundaries. Plain Org is my native iOS take on it.
Thank you for the kind words and nice job with Plain Org!🙏🏻
How strange, I am a Flat Habits user and I was going to email you soon with some feedback! I’m not an org-mode user myself outside of Flat Habits so I don’t think I’ll have a use for this in the short term but it’s neat to see this blossom into a bigger app ecosystem!
This is nice to hear. I tried to build Flat Habits such that its org support was more of an implementation detail. If you know about org, great (giving you additional benefits), but the app is hopefully appealing in its own right.
Feel free to reach out about the feedback via your preferred channel (see https://xenodium.com) or you can also send an email using the app’s feedback menu.
Have you considered other syncing options, such as WebDAV support?
Plain Org plugs into the generic iOS file infrastructure, so if you have a cloud provider that gets picked up by the Files app, you’d have access to it (including syncing) from the org app. Dropbox and Google Drive seem to work fine. I haven’t tried WebDAV, but someone reached out to me recently and mentioned it should be possible based on a couple of search results (see below).
If you get WebDAV syncing set up, I’d love to hear back.
I’ll have a go with fastmail’s webDAV server https://www.fastmail.com/help/files/davnftp.html
I just signed up to test Plain Org today and will try out git workflow with Working Copy app via Files integration. Should be seamless as far as I can see.
Keen to hear back! I sure hope to make the app seamless, but please keep in mind it’s still pretty early days (alpha). Striving to put a good qualiity app out there, but you know… it’s software. If you run in to issues, I’m keen work through them. There’s a feedback menu item that composes an email (you can attach logs).
On a somewhat tangent, someone just mentioned they are using the app with https://www.pcloud.com, a service I didn’t know about.
Hmm, I don’t have high hopes on the route that thread suggests. It looks like people can access WebDAV in Numbers and Pages but not Files? Sadly Apple doesn’t support WebDAV natively in Files.
Not tried any of these, but there’s more here
I don’t use org, but have been interested in it (I wish I could get emacs to click for me, but it hasn’t). I appreciate a native app to bridge the worlds!
I use Orgzly on Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.orgzly