Like many people, I make lists – grocery lists, to-do lists, reminder lists, lists of birthday gift ideas, lists of lists… you get the picture. Although most of them are mental, many are sticky notes, and in the world of multitasking, I’ve migrated most of those lists to electronic to-dos or categories of lists.
I’ve tried to-do / list making apps and almost a year ago settled on Any.DO as my non-Apple favorite: its simplicity is beautiful (similar to Clear), syncs across multiple devices (almost like Wunderlist), and has location-based reminders (like Apple’s native Reminders app using iCloud). Yes, it’s nearly perfect for my needs – lists can be categorized by folder or deadline and even comes with dictation that is often more successful than Apple’s.
So if it’s so “perfect” why am I ranting? Well, honestly I know what Any.DO is capable of DOing that I miss its equivalent partners – a Mac App and particularly an iPad app. I understand that Any.DO migrated from the Android platform which explains their successful Chrome browser extension (which I use daily) and Gmail integration, and I’m guessing their app looks stunning on Droid devices… but I’ve been waiting for awhile now. Give it up. At least make an iOS universal app!
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