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To-do list app Any.DO makes jump from Android to iOS

News by Dan Seifert on Monday June 04, 2012.

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Any.DO, a strikingly attractive to-do list app for Android, is now available for iOS as well. Any.DO features a clean and fresh user interface with intuitive gesture-based navigation.

The new iOS version of Any.DO offers many of the same features as the existing Android version. It provides organization of to-dos by date due or folder, two different themes, and auto-complete suggestions for entering common tasks. Any.DO includes most of the features that to-do list pros look for, but it doesn't support recurring tasks, so some users might be put off by that. The iOS version also has the ability to add tasks based on voice input.

Gestures are used prominently throughout Any.DO's interface. Users pull down on the list of tasks to add a new to-do, pull down and hold to initiate voice input, and swipe from left to right to mark tasks as completed. Completed tasks can also be cleared from the list by just shaking the phone. Any.DO supports push notification reminders and has a suite of sound effects that add a little fun to the boring job of making to-do lists.

In addition to the new iOS app, Any.DO has also released an app for the Chrome browser that lets users access their to-do lists from their computers. Task lists will synchronize between the iOS, Android, and Chrome apps, so users can always have their updated to-do lists no matter what devices they happen to be using.

Any.DO for iOS is free and can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store now.

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