Years after the acquisition of Wunderlist by Microsoft, the service will officially shut down in May 2020. The app's creators shared their thoughts on the end of support and shared guides on how to migrate lists to Microsoft To Do.
Remembering how cool the past was is fun to do, but often yields disappointing results when taken too far. Wunderlist had a great ride, but talks of bringing it back in 2020 is a waste of time from people who should know better.
Using Cortana, Wunderlist and the Harman Kardon Invoke speaker together has improved our Executive Editor Daniel Rubino's life. But the combo also made it clear that Microsoft is taking too long with To-Do.
Microsoft has confirmed previous reports that it has indeed acquired the German-based company 6Wunderkinder and its popular mobile "to-do list" app Wunderlist. Specific financial terms were not disclosed.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Microsoft has acquired 6Wunderkinder, the German company behind the Wunderlist app, for between $100 and $200 million. Neither company has confirmed this report as of this writing.
After gaining support for folders in its last update, Wunderlist is now adding faster Live Tile syncing, crash bug fixes and a slight tweak to its logo. Here's what's new in version 18.104.22.168: We have a new logo! But before you start looking in panic for the new Wunderlist logo, clutching on to your colleague's arm and shouting 'Where has my Wunderlist gone??', don't worry, you'll...
The Wunderlist team today announced a new update rolling out across multiple platforms. Users on iOS, Android and Windows Phone will be able to fully utilize folders. There's no longer an excuse to get mixed up between lists for work and lists for home and personal stuff. Separate said content into folders and you're good to go. It's easy to create folders too, just drag-and-drop...