Mobile-friendly web app
There should be some checklist sort of thing like Google Keep in mobile view (we dont need app) browser access on mobile is good, but make it intuitive to finger-swipe for detailed view on each tought
This tool is really awesome, and it's too bad it doesn't scale well on mobiles. Since the design is so simple, it should be easy to do with a few CSS tweaks, and I'm happy to do it if the project becomes open source. If that's not possible, then please adjust the zoom to the viewport, at least!
Jason Shi commented
I feel that the use of absolute positioning was sort of the downfall to the mobile experience. I never liked using position: absolute for anything, as it ruins the layout as you decrease screen size. In addition, the use of the calc value is not exactly needed here, as there are better options,such as simply using percentage values. I would also suggest shifting from positions to some form of grid. This would make it easier to adjust the app for mobile. As an example, I did some really sloppy CSS work via a web inspector (no kidding), and came up with this just by editing the CSS.
http://i.imgur.com/YJqlYvd.png?1 (don't mind the blurs, that's just me protecting my stuff).
This was done in about 10 minutes, and the layout completely changed from using relative/absolute positioning to inline-block "grids" without many hitches (besides the side bar on the right, but that's just HTML stuff). There were some problems with scroll bars with this method, but it was mostly just me crudely editing the code and could be easily fixed. I would simply suggest changing how layout is done in the thought plans area to use grids, as it just seems right with how the thought plans are laid out and would make adapting it to mobile that much easier (ex. simply changingthe "inline-block" to "block" and applying a new width.
Ban Nguyen commented
Great ideas are always come to me on the go. I tried the app on mobile and it's suck. A mobile version would help us a lot. In my opinion, I don't think native apps is more helpful than a mobile friendly version. Please stick to improving the features, don't waste your time to some cross platform support until you have investment and more man-power.