Getting Started

If you are new to Everdo, or are not sure what you are looking for, begin here.


Everdo is available on Windows, Linux, macOS, Android and iOS operating systems.


To download the latest desktop app for your platform, use the download form at the top of A download link will be sent to your email address.

Installing on Linux

You can download the installer in AppImage, deb, pacman formats.

The AppImage package is simply a self-contained executable, so you should be able to run it directly on any major Linux distribution.

$ chmod +x ~/Downloads/Everdo-1.3.6.AppImage
$ ~/Downloads/Everdo-1.3.6.AppImage

To install the deb package on Ubuntu, use the following commands.

$ sudo dpkg -i ~/Downloads/everdo_1.3.6_amd64.deb 
$ sudo apt-get install -f

To install the pacman package on ArchLinux, run

$ sudo pacman -U ~/Downloads/everdo-1.3.6.pacman


Everdo for Android is available on Google Play. Google Play is the preferred distribution method, but if you don't use it, you can get the latest APK link from Everdo Forum.


Everdo for iOS is available on the App Store.

Set up Data Synchronization

If you wish to run Everdo on multiple devices and have them work with shared data, then it's important to set up data sync. Proceed to Everdo Sync to do so.

Getting Started With GTD

Since Everdo is focused around the Getting Things Done methodology, it's important to understand its main concepts. Here is a must-read guide on GTD in 15 minutes for a brief overview.

Learn How to Use Everdo

Everdo looks simple on the surface, but it has a lot of important and useful features, some of which are not easy to find. Proceed to Features to learn more.

Get Further Help

We encourage you to review this manual, because it focuses on many of the frequently asked questions. But don't get discouraged if the answer you are looking for is missing. The next step is to search Everdo Forum, or even join the community.

Last modified January 1, 0001