Unfuddle Android App

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Earlier this week, Sparktech Software released Anfuddle, its fully native Android client for Unfuddle. Anfuddle provides full access to your Unfuddle account on the go, including account activity, time tracking, tickets, notebooks, messages and more.

Anfuddle is available immediately on the Android market for $5.99. For more information, please visit the official Anfuddle website (http://anfuddle.com).

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Sparktech Software is a full service web development and consulting services company with development offices in California (Los Angeles and Irvine) as well as in Romania (Bucharest).

Great job guys!

Update: There is now a free version of the Anfuddle app available in the following locations: Android Market and Amazon App Store.

  1. October 20, 2010 Marat

    Great news. Are you guys planning on developing your own Android app any time soon?

  2. October 20, 2010 niyogi

    Excited that this exists but a little concerned that the 1 review says that the app force closes and gives 1 star.

    Considering that this is a paid app, I think there should be a lite version to win confidence of users who would gladly upgrade if things are running as smoothly as they should.

  3. October 20, 2010 Cosmin Andriescu


    First of all thank you to the Unfuddle team for the great product. We are also Unfuddle users and we love using such a great product.

    We had a bug in an early build of the Anfuddle app. The issue mentioned in that comment has been fixed and an updated version has already been pushed to the Android Market.

    As a FYI the Android Market has a rule of a 24 hours fully refund so if you feel that the app is not matching your expectations you can always get a refund. Because of that rule we felt releasing a lite version was not a high priority to us, we rather focus on adding more features (any feedback is more than welcome) Being heavy Unfuddle users and Android phones owners we eat our own dog food, so if the app is not good we can't use it ourselves either.

    Cosmin Andriescu
    Sparktech Software

  4. October 21, 2010 sofasurfer


    Great to see a app for android. What i don't understand:

    1. Why is the iPhone app free but for android you have to pay. I currently use the Corporate Plan so for $49 i would like to see this included.

    2. In which countries is this available i'm in Thailand and cant find Anfuddle when searching the market.

    But great work Unfuddle Team I just can't imagine handling projects without it.

  5. October 21, 2010 Mark

    Why a native app at all? Why not just a good mobile version of the webapp?

    BestBuy (for example, there are many others) has mobile site that renders beautifully on webkit (just so happens webkit is both Android and iPhone!).

  6. October 21, 2010 Felix


    Unfortunately, paid Android apps are only available in a limited number of countries (and Thailand is not included):


  7. October 21, 2010 Felix


    Unfortunately, paid Android apps are only available in a limited number of countries (and Thailand is not included):


  8. October 21, 2010 Cosmin

    FYI, we pushed to the Market earlier in the day version 1.10 of the app. Please upgrade as it has a number of fixed issues reported by users. We'll publish soon the changelog on the htp://anfuddle.com website. Thank you for the great feedback from all the early adopters.


  9. October 21, 2010 Cosmin

    Anfuddle release notes available here now: http://www.anfuddle.com/release-notes/

    Please follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/#!/anfuddle) for more updates

  10. October 22, 2010 Marat

    I can safely say after some emails between myself and Cosmin the app is up and running perfectly.

    It does come at a price but if you're like me and use Unfuddle a lot then it's a small price to pay for a much easier experience.

  11. October 22, 2010 Cosmin

    Thank you, Marat.

    We're also working on a few additions for the 1.5 release (of course free to all our existing users).
    Please follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/#!/anfuddle) for updates and feedback.

  12. October 27, 2010 Cosmin

    Earlier today there were some issues with the Unfuddle.com SSL certificate. Both the Android and iPhone clients were affected by this (one couldn't login into his account if the account was using https). If you still can't login into your Unfuddle account from the Android app let us know on Twitter (http://twitter.com/#!/anfuddle)


  13. November 1, 2010 ASR Pro

    The system is not allowing me to login. I have tried entering just my domain name and I have entered https://domain name in the domain field. Of course my username and password are correct. Suggestions?

  14. November 1, 2010 Anfuddle


    We're looking into this issue. It's a SSL certificate issue. We notified the Unfuddle support team about this.

  15. November 1, 2010 James

    Just to bring some thought about the pay Android app vs. the free iPhone app question.

    * First, I am in no way connected to any of these companies and am just providing my thoughts *

    Consider that it looks as if Unfuddled has developed their own iPhone app and offer it as a free service to their customers. On the other hand it appears the Android app was developed by a third party (Sparktech Software) and, since we should all understand being developers here, they deserve to be paid for their work.

    I mean, again all pretty much being developers here, if anyone else wanted to put their time in to create an Android app that they would, in turn, offer out for free they are more than welcome to do so.

    Otherwise pay the small price of $5 (skip your next burger combo meal and bring some lunch from home if you have to) and if you don't like it return it within 24 hours at no cost to you...

  16. November 1, 2010 Anfuddle

    ASR Pro, you should be able to login now. The SSL certificate issue seems to be fixed.

  17. November 6, 2010 Jon Watson

    I can't buy this. After I click buy and try to log into my Google account, it just times out and tells me it can't establish a reliable connection. Connection is good, all other apps working fine.

  18. November 7, 2010 Anfuddle

    @JonWatson We notified the Android Market team about this issue. It's probably something related with the Android Market app.

  19. November 17, 2010 Matt

    Great app, thanks guys - definately worth the very small cost, don't see why people are complaining about paying for something good once in a while...

  20. November 18, 2010 Ron

    Wish it was on an alternative market, like slideme has, too. this way ppl can pay using paypal. creditcards are hardly used at all in my country.