Wunderlist founder, Christian Reber, has announced a new app called Superlist that his team is working on. It is currently in development and comes on the heels of Wunderlist's retirement tomorrow.
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Microsoft and the Wunderlist team have finally announced when the to-do service, Wunderlist, will stop being supported. The app has received a successor in the form of Microsoft To Do.
After adding support for subtasks a few weeks ago, Microsoft is bringing shared lists to its To-Do app early next month. The new feature brings the service closer to the defunct Wunderlist.
Microsoft has put out an update for the To-Do app, adding subtasks and smooth transitions between theme switching. It also includes the first Fluent Design changes, with more to come.
The app that wants to replace Wunderlist on your device has been updated on Android to fix a few bugs like properly saving titles and remembering your Microsoft account id as well as other fixes.
Microsoft has released a preview of To-Do, a new "intelligent task management app". Currently available for iPhones, Android phones, and Windows 10 devices, it will eventually replace Wunderlist.
Microsoft has announced the integration of Wunderlist, Facebook, and Evernote for the Outlook app on both iOS and Android, introducing a feature called Calendar Apps for Outlook.
After first announcing its major upgrade to Outlook.com last May, Microsoft has now brought the new version of its webmail service out of preview, and will roll it out worldwide in the coming weeks.
Microsoft has activated plug-in support in Outlook for Uber, PayPal, Evernote and more. Microsoft has also announced future partners : IFTTT, Yelp and Wunderlist.
Microsoft has confirmed that they have purchased Wunderlist which is created by 6Wunderkinder, but a price for the purchase was not announced by the company.
Microsoft is said to have purchased 6Wunderkinder, the company behind a popular to-do app called Wunderlist, which falls in line with Microsoft's efforts to help people be more productive.