Todoist is a hugely popular, cross-platform task managing service that hasn't traditionally had a great presence on Windows. That looks set to change with the company's acquisition of TaskCrunch, a third-party client that syncs with Todoist, and the developer behind it.
Jan Kratochvil will become Todoist's first full-time developer for Windows.
With official access to Todoist engineers and software now, we can expect TaskCrunch to get even better. Whether it becomes an official Todoist app for Windows Phone remains to be seen. But the quality of it attracted the biggest suitor it could.
Besides Windows Phone, Kratochvil will be looking to improve the current desktop and Outlook applications from Todoist:
With an ever increasing number of high DPI laptops and desktop monitors on the market, support is welcome. Aside from this, Windows 10 is naturally about to become a big focus and we're told to expect great things in the future. Maybe even HoloLens!
There's a great Q&A with Kratochvil over on the Todoist blog which you'll find at the source link below. Personally, this is fantastic news. I live in Todoist but have always felt the Windows experience lacking compared to other platforms. But it looks like that might be about to change.
Source: Todoist blog
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