Productivity app maker Any.do has released a Web version of its to-do list. The move comes as part of a trend for mobile-first developers that have grown big enough to warrant a Web service as well.
Any.do for the Web includes Planning and Focus Modes that toggle between a multi-folder and a single folder view. As expected, tasks will sync from the Web to your other devices.
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Any.do boasts 10 million users, allowing it to proclaim itself as the largest to-do app on mobile. Last year, the company released Cal, a calendar app to complement its task list app.
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