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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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      • Paari commented  · 

        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  · 

        +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.

      • Ilya commented  · 

        are there any news? this post is 3 years old

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        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  · 

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

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Please let us know the ETA for Any.do windows app? Thanks

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Or probably a Windows desktop app at least?

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        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  · 

        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  · 

        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  · 

        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!!

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Ditto this.
        No excuses for not doing a UWP app.

      • Katie commented  · 

        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  · 

        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.

      • TL commented  · 

        With a Windows App it is universal and cvan be used phone, desktop, tablet - please --just go ahead

      • Peter commented  · 

        at least, please make your page any.do compatible with Windows Phone browser

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Come on, at least reply. Windows 10 is on more than 200 million devices. Swapped my phone back to Android but will not leave my Surface Pro 3. Chrome extension is only OK

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