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Product: Add a Windows app

I would like to access this easily from my phone, but there is no Windows Phone app. I also cannot get any.do to come up in my browser on my Windows Phone.

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      • james.herbert commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        With an increasing number of people choosing the Microsoft Surface as their tablet an any.do app for Windows that works well offline is conspicuous in its absence.

      • Tiago Frutuoso commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Come on, guys... You have the "Windows" icon on your website, that redirects to the web version. If i click the "Mac" icon, i get redirected to the App store. That's a bit false advertisey on my book. I understand the service took a way to iOS turn lately but don't forget that Windows and Android users still pay.

      • Paari commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        A windows native desktop application will be an amazing addition. It is cumbersome to login into the web app all the time. I clear my sessions to keep the personal data stealing companies like fb.

        I wonder why mac os an app, while windows doesn't. Considering the larger user base. Especially after windows is like mac: One os with upgrades. No more new versions.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        +1 to all the comments. Wunderlist has a Windows app, but by all accounts is not being updated by Microsoft. Terrible! Any.do is the best alternative on the market. A Windows app would make Any.do fully functional for desktop users. The result: an app that would be better than Wunderlist ever thought about being.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        With the latest Windows 10 update, a PWA shouldn't be difficult to make, as it'll be based on what you already have. This is a must have after so many years.

      • Craig commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        A dedicated App for Windows surface integrated laptop/tablets is a must-have in 2018!

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        For me this is a deal maker or breaker. If there's no Windows app (preferably with notifications like Wunderlist) until my next payment I'll switch to either the then improved Microsoft To-Do, or Todoist.

      • Bryce commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Looking forward to some updates on the progress of a UWP Desktop app for Windows 10. I think it will make Any.do the obvious choice for anyone wanting to stay on top of their work load/schedule regardless of what device they have on hand or are switching between; whether on the road or at the desk.

      • Rupert Englander commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Adding request for Windows 10 app. Windows phone is now dead (as confirmed by Microsoft) but a Windows 10 app to allow offline use and sync when back online, in my opinion, is a must have.

      • Shoaib commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Any.do must be kidding. Where do people work? Of course on their Desktop PCs, apart from a handful who work on Mac. Most organizations hand over their employees Windows machines. They must be kidding to not have a decent Windows app!!

      • Katie commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Any.Do has tackled iOS and Android, the web, and browser extensions, but I think it's time for Any.Do to finally put together a fully-functioning Windows and Mac desktop app, complete with widgets that allow you to keep your to-do lists on your desktop at all times.

        Other potential features:
        - More list customization options not currently available on mobile or web, such as organizing tasks by name or specific due date
        - Offline usage that syncs as soon as an internet connection is established
        - Cal integration and functionality

      • Wade Finner commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I use any.do on Chrome on my Windows 10 laptop. Because this exists not only do I not see the reason for it to be a "fat client" desktop app, I would prefer that it isn't, Cloud based apps are the future, and quickly becoming the present.

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