Sometimes an app comes along so simple and beautiful you can’t help but love it. TinyDO is one of those apps. We first covered it a little over two weeks ago when we looked all the apps from the developer. We told you guys and gals to go download them because every single one of them was visually stunning. One of those was just updated today. Let’s see what’s new with TinyDO.
TinyDO is a basic to-do list, but cloaked in a minimalist package. Being minimalist doesn’t mean it lacks power, just that it requires you to understand how the app works before you can fully appreciate the brilliance of it. Here’s what’s new in the latest update 4.0 update:
- Repeated task
- Show more info on the flip tile
- Pin the directory tile
- Fix data-loss when resuming
- All-new designed UI
The app previously relied heavily on gestures, but this latest update ups the ante a bit. You’ll notice a few UI for TinyDo. One of the first things you might notice is that the traditional app bar below is even more minimally available. You can pull it up to access the sections for settings, about and more.
There’s also some new features with the app itself. For example you can now edit tasks to repeat, which is very handy. Additionally the flip tile will display more information about the tasks you enter into TinyDO.
While TinyDO might not be for everyone, it’s certainly one of our favorite apps for keeping to-do lists. Plus, you can backup and sync your data through SkyDrive.
Want TinyDO for you device? Of course you do since the app is free for both Windows Phone 7.x and 8 devices. Just head to the Windows Phone Store to get it, use the QR code below, or swipe to the more section in our app.
Thanks for the tip zhoulhas!
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