One thing humans can never seem to get enough of is lists. We make them for just about anything and there are a lot of ways to create them. The current drive is towards mobile integration with list and note-taking apps in high demand. Wunderlist is a way to organize tasks through lists and works everywhere.
More Than An App
Wunderlist isn’t just a mobile app it’s also a fully accessible web based app and software title. Cloud access is available through a web interface and Wunderlist software is available for use on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.
In order to be truly cloud, a service has to be accessible everywhere at any time. Wunderlist seems to have every angle covered with a multitude of apps and software for various platforms. The best part is they actually work!
Making a list doesn’t have to be complicated and Wunderlist understands that. The interface is designed to illicit task injection without jumping through category hoops or other unnecessary hurdles. Here’s a rundown of Wunderlist’s features:
- Group tasks into lists.
- Share tasks with other Wunderlist users and/or through email with others.
- Reminders, to ensure tasks are attended to.
- Prioritize important tasks.
- Cloud syncing for access on all devices.
- Note addition for added detail on a task.
- Personalize your Wunderlist theme for individual comfort.
- It’s free!
While we expect the web interface to be responsive, we were surprised at how responsive the mobile app (Android tested) was as well. The menus were complete, touch controls functioned properly and accurately and overall we experienced zero problems with the app.
Wunderlist is nearly perfect. The melding of concise task management with an attractive interface combines to deliver a solution users will enjoy. Task and list creation are smooth and precise with plenty of extras to make a task more than a simple note.
With all that Wunderlist offers, we’d like to see two things in particular addressed. The first deals with functionality. The back button on mobile devices exits the app from any main area so we’d like to see an exit option or exit menu that’s triggered by the back button instead of an immediate exit. The second is more of a feature, Tags. A tag library would be an outstanding way to quickly access tasks and maintain organization.
Regardless of your task managing needs, Wunderlist is a viable, quality option that should be one of your cloud and mobile resources.
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