When it comes to to-do list apps, there are plenty of options available in the market, but it looks like Microsoft has decided to add yet another to the list. This is actually not Microsoft’s first attempt at a to-do list app for smartphones and tablets, although this seems to be an improvement over its previous launches.


For those who are unfamiliar, Microsoft acquired to-do list app Wunderlist back in 2015. According to Microsoft, their latest to-do app seems to be built off their acquisition, where they are taking notes on how Wunderlist was designed and what made it so great, and incorporated it into their own app.

According to Microsoft, “It’s been an exciting journey since we announced To Do. From shared-list task assignments, list groups, and file attachments, to the Mac app and even more product integrations, we took your feedback and created the app you wanted. We’re grateful for your input and the support of both our Wunderlist and To Do communities. We’ve come a long way since those first Wunderlist days and today is one more step in our evolution. Let’s take a closer look at To Do.”

The app will feature the ability for users to change backgrounds, switch on a dark mode, and basically help users plan their day. It will be available across multiple platforms such as iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, and the web.

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