- It allows to mix online and offline work, either alone or in a team, and sync to our servers or your own.
- It has a fine-tuned user interface with bulk commands (create, share, delete, etc.), gestures and 1-tap pie menus – something that Trello still cannot do.
- It can turn kanban boards into a traditional calendar-based organizer with the unique Timeline view – because a calendar sometimes does work better.
- Lets you organize text notes into cards or keep a journal with the convenient full-screen Description editor,
- Every list can be customized individually with a rich set of settings: archive cards automatically on threshold, sort by Due Date, sync when an event occurs, show Description excerpts and so on.
Kanbani has been intensively tested to be fast even with great number of cards (thousands), lists, boards and descriptions (100,000+ symbols, per card). I personally have 1500+ cards, 500+ KB of JSON if exported.
But the best part really is collaboration and tinkering for power users and enterprise:
- Create and join teams by sharing sync profiles as simple QR codes.
- Sync over Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, email, etc. using standard Android Sharing. Paranoids can also sync using just SD cards
- Encrypt sync data end-to-end with industry-standard cryptography (AES), verifiable using openssl: https://github.com/PDApps/KanbaniDat...r/sync.php#L75
- Staying away from vendor locks and centralized services – host your own sync server if desired.
- We got standards all around: JSON, VCS/ICS, SHA/AES, SFTP (any Unix server), WebDAV (great for multiple concurrent users – supported by OwnCloud, NextCloud, Apache’s mod_dav and various cloud providers).
- Wary users may obtain an APK without Google’s analytics ("Community" version) from this thread or the Kanbani’s homepage.
Lastly, it works on Android 4.4+.
I am one of the Kanbani developers. Your suggestions and bug reports are more than welcome! Please post them here or send to [email protected] (or via our website).