I want to suggest that everyone that participates in these forums and even those who only read the posts start following Chris on Twitter if you don't already.
There are two different worlds that exist for feedback on the direction and design of Due Today and if you aren't following @wisbar you're only seeing half the picture.The tweets are rarely reflected in the forums and involve issues like theming, options, and functionality for both for the Windows and Android versions.
Yesterday's request for feedback for example, was whether to switch to a slider menu (no please!) rather than the current home screen and from what I can see the majority of Due Today users don't participate in those discussions. While the forums are best for reporting bugs and complicated feature requests, a whole design change often can be discussed in 140 characters or less and that's what has been happening more and more lately. I wish that the important subjects like those were echoed here in the forums but it's not happening.
So unless you want only a handful of users determining how this software evolves and simply waiting to see what's different with each new release, getting involved by following @wisbar and participating may be the only way not to get shut out of the development process.