The first time I used Wunderlist, it lasted about one-hour.
I was already using an online task list embedded in my email, so having a browser tab dedicated to a check-list didn’t work for me.
I had signed-up for their email updates, and a number of weeks later, they sent me an email informing me that their desktop application was available. The idea of having the check-list on my desktop was appealing, and since Wunderlist looked so good, I decided I should give it another try.
Shallow, I know, but I’m glad I did!
First off, let me say, again, that Wunderlist is very nice looking. It’s just the right amount of ease and simplicity mixed with features and options.
The perfect task app.
After using it for a little while, I realized that just like Evernote, it syncs with your online list! So, you not only can check your task list from another computer, but it also seamlessly syncs your task lists with just about any device.
The Wunderlist app is available for:
Just about everything!
Plus, as I said before, Wunderlist functions great through your browser.
You can add as many lists as you like, and then add individual tasks as necessary. You can set tasks generally, or you can assign dates to them. If you want to add a little flair to a task, you can add a “star” for those really important tasks.
View tasks by List, Date, Without Date, Starred, Done, and of course, All.
If you’re working in a team environment, you can take advantage of the “share” feature or email a task list. Need to print out a task list for recording keeping? Wunderlist has a print option, too. Of course, an app this nice wouldn’t be complete without a cloud option.
When you need more details, just click the note icon on the task, and it opens up a note-taking pane. Very slick.
I’ve never used a more fluid, intuitive, and good looking app.
Oh, and it’s free.
Sign-up for the online version or download as many different app flavors as you like from the Wunderlist website.