Introducing Okie Dokie — the first Android mobile client for YouTrack

This post comes from a small team called Strintec based in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. We are really in love with YouTrack, and we’re much indebted to the YouTrack dev team who let us use this blog to talk about our small application for YouTrack.

Introducing the first Android mobile client for YouTrack —Okie Dokie!

The app’s mission is to give you comfortable access to YouTrack on the go: when you’re not near your PC or you just need to check something quickly and don’t want to turn on your laptop for that.

The application is still in development, but we already have the following features:

  • Multiple accounts supported.
  • Filter the issues list by specific project and/or saved search.
  • Edit issue fields and add comments.
  • Adding pictures and camera snapshots as issue attachments.
  • Star/unstar action for issues.
  • Option to open a link to a YouTrack issue with Okie Dokie.

We’re looking for early adopters for our application and we’re good listeners. We’re not here to build something only we want, but something that you want, too!

Get Okie Dokie on Google Play! Try our app and let us know what you think about it via:

Best regards,
The Okie Dokie Team

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6 Responses to Introducing Okie Dokie — the first Android mobile client for YouTrack

  1. Rainer says:

    Our team also loves Youtrack and Okie Dokie is a great idea!

    What version of Youtrack do I need to be running for Okie Dokie to work?

    • nnmatveev says:

      It was tested with YouTrack > 4.0. We don’t know whether it works with earlier versions or not. What is your YouTrack version?

  2. Joe Rayback says:

    Just what adaptation of Youtrack do I should be running for Okie Dokie to work?

  3. JMike says:

    We just recently tried your application but it just didn’t do what we are looking for. What we have been looking for is for something we could use during standup where an android tablet could be passed around between individuals so each person could quickly display their Agileboard story tasks. The tablet would be connected to our AppleTV so others in the standup would see what’s being displayed on the tablet.

  4. Chris says:

    Just tried it. First thing I tried is creating an issue. I’m already paying for a YouTrack license and this requires an additional monthly cost… If JetBrains teamed with them to provide “free” licenses for those who have paid a license for YouTrack this app might get more use.

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