While other to-do services such as Wunderlist have let you attach files to individual items for a while, Any.DO for Android is following suit.
As you can see in the screenshots below, you’ll now see a little paperclip option when you click one of the items, and the little number that accompanies it rises to reflect the number of files attached.
Any.DO version 2.87 is available to download from Google Play now.
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