On Wednesday, Microsoft launched a new to-do app called Microsoft To-Do. The Redmond-based company describes the app as a simple and intelligent to-do list. The preview version of the app has been made available on Android, iOS, and Windows 10.
Just like company’s OneNote application, Microsoft To-Do will also sync the data between mobile devices and computers and will soon allow users to get the same content across multiple platforms. It is a utility-based app that allows users to set reminders, keep track of activities, and create to-do lists.
Interestingly, the new app comes from the same team that earlier created Wunderlist, another popular to-do list application Microsoft had acquired back in 2015 in a spate of acquisitions that included Sunrise Calendar and Acompli.
To-Do is built on Office 365, which in coming months will enable the product to be even more useful in more places.