I agree-it is very minimalistic and simple, which is a plus. I am fairly new to it. I'm on a test run right now (on todoist for 6 months) and I haven't any major shortcoming yet. Seems to be a good co-primary tool with a calendar.
What made you drift? Was web-only the major drawback, or were there others?
It has as much power and functionality, or more, as just about anything that I've seen. The android app is clean and efficient as well. I'm really curious what others think as they compare it to other platforms, and thank you for the reply.
WorkFlowy is similar to Taskpaper, an OS X + iOS app. In addition to being non-native, Workflowy lacks date support, note fields, sorting, reorganization tools and import/export. I like it, but it's not a good fit for me as a primary tool.