Friday , February 23 2018

Wunderlist launches Chrome packaged app

Packaged Apps are becoming more freely available and WUnderlist is the latest company to release a Chrome packaged app. Wunderlist at its core is a to-do list application, it´s available for Windows, Linux, Chrome OS and Mac as well as offering mobile apps for iOS and Android.

There is are free features for Wunderlist which are :

  • Wunderlist for Chrome works offline to keep you productive from anywhere.
  • Share your lists with colleagues, friends and family for a helping hand on everything from team projects to group dinners.
  • Intuitive design and friendly reminders like desktop notifications ensure you never forget important deadlines (or birthday gifts) ever again.
  • Easily dictate your to-dos by clicking on the microphone.
  • Powerful search and the ability to label to-dos with #tags that help keep your to-dos neatly organized and close at hand.

But for $4.99p/mo or $49.99 per year you can unlock Wunderlist Pro for additional features :

  • Assign to-dos to colleagues, study partners and friends to delegate responsibility and keep team – activities on track.
  • Unlimited Subtasks take the stress out of projects like business proposals by letting you break down complex goals into smaller to-dos.

Check out the video

Source: Wunderlist.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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