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Any.Do, the popular to-do list Android app, has just launched two exciting new additions to its arsenal. The first is the long awaited iPhone app, which brings the app’s simplicity to iOS, and the second is the Any.Do extension for Google Chrome.

Any.Do first launched for Android at the end of last year, and since then has been downloaded by millions of users. If you’ve been hearing about Any.Do’s features and capabilities but did not own an Android device, you can now use it for free on an iPhone or web browser.

The app makes use of simple gestures to create notes, reminders and tasks. You can accomplish almost anything on the app using gestures, some of which are not common on iOS apps. For example, to move a task around, simply tap and hold it. You can also pull down to create a new task, swipe to the right to cross over a task and tap a task to see more options.

Tasks can be either typed in or you can use the app’s speech recognition feature to dictate them. Tasks can be stored in different folders and share you can them with friends via e-mail, Facebook or Twitter.

The Chrome extension brings Any.Do to your desktop, with list syncing, a drag and drop interface, and the usual notes, reminders and tasks. The interface is almost identical to the mobile apps, and when you sign in for the first time, your mobile notes and tasks will already be there, waiting for you.


Download Any.Do for iPhone, Any.Do for Chrome, and if you haven’t tried it yet, Any.Do for Android.

What do you think of Any.Do?

Source: Any.Do

  1. Samsudeen Hussain
    June 5, 2012 at 12:14 am

    I have started using in my android just a couple of days back. I already like it and happy to see a chrome extension now.

  2. christine satchell
    June 4, 2012 at 5:27 pm

    can u please remove my previous comment - i meant to add it to the hacking article and it seems very out of context in regards to an iphone list app. sigh, its late here in australia

    • Yaara Lancet
      June 4, 2012 at 5:38 pm

      No worries, removed, as you can see. :) I was wondering what Julian Assange has to do with this!

  3. christine satchell
    June 4, 2012 at 5:23 pm

    Not to forget the early hacking forays of Julian Assange who went on to take the practice of obtaining and distributing 'protected information' to a whole new level.

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