Wunderlist: To-Do List & Tasks
Developer: 6 Wunderkinder
Current Version: 3.4.7
Last Updated: 7 months ago
Download Size: 45 MB - Download
Wunderlist is a simple todo list and task manager app that helps you get stuff done. Whether you’re sharing a grocery list with a loved one, working on a project, or planning a vacation, Wunderlist makes it easy to capture, share, and complete your todos. Wunderlist instantly syncs between your phone, tablet and computer, so you can access all your tasks from anywhere.
“The best todo list app.” The Verge
Wunderlist has also been featured in The New York Times, Lifehacker, Forbes, The Guardian, Wired, and Vanity Fair, just to name a few.
Key Wunderlist Features:
• Add, organize, schedule and share your todos from your phone, tablet or computer
• Set Due Dates and Reminders to ensure you never forget important deadlines (or birthday gifts) again
• Use Subtasks, Notes, Files and Comments to add important details to your todos
• Create lists to help sort your todos for home, work and everything in between
• Share lists and collaborate on your todos with family, friends and colleagues
• Be productive from anywhere, thanks to Wunderlist’s apps for your phone, smart watch, tablet and computer
• Quickly create and search todos with the Quick Add shortcut, just just press CTRL+Option(Alt)+W
• Save web pages and articles for later with the Add to Wunderlist sharing extension
• View today’s todos in your Notification Center with Wunderlist’s Today extension
Wunderlist is free to download and use. Wunderlist Pro upgrades your experience and gives you unlimited access to Files, Assigning and Subtasks to help you accomplish even more for $4.99 a month through an inapp purchase.
Learn more about Wunderlist at w ww.wunderlist.com
Have you tried our Global Quick Add? Hit Ctrl+Option(Alt)+W and you'll find a quick and easy way to add and search for to-dos. In this update, we've fixed a crash on our Global Quick Add that meant that some to-dos weren't saving. It should all be working just as it should now.
Most Helpful Reviews
So close to perfect. - I have been using Pocket Informant for several years and I decided to try out a dedicated list program instead since I really wanted to be able to print my lists out. I am very, very pleased with Wunderlist. I love that I can use it on my phone, my PC or my Mac and it all syncs nicely. I can easily share a list with someone else. The lists can be printed and formatted nicely. I can put notes, sublists, attach files or links to my tasks. Two features that it doesn’t have that I’d like to see is a “repeat from completion” date. I’d like to be able to have a task repeat at a specific time from when I actually complete it, rather than a regular date (like weekly). The other is that I’d like to have a default sort for my list. When you enter a new task, it either goes to the top or the bottom of the list, but doesn’t organize itself by due date unless you resort the list again. Overall, I really like this app. It’s very functional and looks great, too.
Quit Bugging Me to Rate Your App - You wanted a review? Here's your one star. Now quit bugging me to rate your app. Hope you're happy. Having said that, I would probably rate this about a three star app. It is missing some really important features that make it hard for me to be productive using it. There is no quick entry of due dates, so I have to click the calendar, then click to get to the right day, then click to get done. And with no way to quickly postponse a task, I get to repeat the same thing again if I need to change a due date. The lists are kind of dumb, as they don’t remember your sort order. So if you sort by due date and then add a task, that task goes to the bottom (or top depending on your settings) of the list. So another click to resort the list every time I add a task. I’d like to be able to create my own smart lists too. The one thing I do like is sub tasks. Too bad you can’t add due dates to sub tasks though. And the icon indicating you have subtasks is the same icon you get if you have a note. So basically the icon just says there is something more to the task, but it won’t tell you what. I’m going to try and get used to using it for the next month, but I may end up going back to RememberTheMilk. The apps aren’t as pretty, but they are screaming fast to use.
More Reviews for Current Version
Great bit of software - I’ve tried a bunch of task list-type software packages recently and Wunderlist is my favorite. It is simple to set up and manage, you can share with others and it just works. The only thing I don’t like is the $4.99 / month chage for the pro version. Why can’t these developers just hit you for $50 for a multi platform license. If they want to gouge you again, they can offer an upgrade every few years. Annuities are great to own, but no one really wants to pay for them. ***** After about 4 months of use, this program is indispensable. I am still using the free version and it helps to run my company. It. Just. Works.
It Erased WEEKS worth of My Work - I had been using Wunderlist for several weeks and loved it! It really kept me on track with daily tasks and other projects. I loved it so much that I tried to sync my desktop version with my mobile version - but for whatever reason - it would not sync! I logged off both my desktop and mobile apps - thinking this would help but when I logged back on - everything was gone!!! This just happened thing morning - I was horrified! I assist a dean to a pretty significant university in California and all my tasks of keeping him on track is gone! I tried emailing Wunderlist support but have not heard back from anyone. Please help :(
Perfect Application for Task Management and for life in General - What can I say? Lists, Tasks, but wait, subtasks, file attachments, notes, shared lists, reminders w/ the option of recurrence, commenting on tasks, folders for organization, and multiple list management. This application is beyond perfect. I even use it to organize trips (manage reminders for payment on group trips, reminders on when should stuff be done, etc). I use it to recurrently remind me of general maintenance on my stuff (like the car, and other things). I use it to remind me to check on my bills and I set the due dates on the reminders. I do EVERYTHING here and I thought this app deserved a [good] review from me which is something I don’t do often. Hope that what I heard of this application going down in place of a Microsoft To-do app is not true or at least I hope they copy all of this from it ‘cause otherwise it will be a great loss for me and, from what I hear, for a lot of people.
The List Maker in You Will Love it! - I just started using this app because let’s be honest, I love to-do lists. I tried this app in the past and I just wasn’t happy with it. But there is something different about it, probably the gazillion updates it has been through. Anyways, if you are a crazy list maker like myself and get satisfaction from completing tasks, this app is for you! I like that I can set reminders and due dates for items or that items can be repeating tasks. This is very convenient for those of us who like to put our workouts on our to-do lists. I mainly use this for homework and college management. When I professor assigns a task, it goes right into my app. This why I can check it on my watch or phone later and it won’t slip my mind. If you hate forgetting things, you need this in your life!
Best List - I used OmniFocus for years and was very happy with it. For anyone who wants to use the “Getting Things Done” methodology, I still think it’s the best choice. However, it was overkill to need to assign a project and context to a grocery list. I have converted everything from OmniFocus over to Wunderlist and couldn’t be happier about the result. The UI is very clean. The lists are presented in a way that is easy to read. The auto lists that appear for “Starred”, “Today”, and “Week” make it easy to stay on track with what is coming up next that needs to be handled. The sync speed is also much faster then OmniFocus, keeping my iMac, MacBook, iPhone, and iPad up to date at all times. I would like to see an easier way to back up my lists, but that isn’t a deal killer for me. My workaround is to go to the “All” list, which includes every other list. I email a copy of this list to myself every week so that I don’t lose the information in case there is ever a problem. Other than that, I highly recommend Wunderlist.