Free apps? Yes. Both app stores feature tens of thousands of free apps. Maybe the developers think they’ll cover their costs by giving away more products. The math doesn’t make sense, but the results do– free apps that get better.
Wondering About Wunderlist
We’ve reviewed Wunderlist before, and still use both the Mac and iPhone versions to manage to-do lists, tasks, and personal projects. Free is difficult to avoid.
The latest version is more of the same. Faster, easier to use, a few more features, more sharing and the same price tag.
Wunderlist is free but does more than the previous version.
At the basic level, Wunderlist is a list app, an elegant todo app that helps you manage tasks, subtasks (good for small projects).
Use it to create reminders for specific tasks, whether a single or recurring item. Create one list and they’re synchronized nice and tidy and fast from Mac to iPhone to iPad.
Wunderlist has a similar look, regardless of device.
Using Wunderlist to manage todo list items and tasks is straightforward.
Click to create a new todo or task. Set it up as a recurring task (or, subtask) with a reminder.
Use it to create notes and assign the notes to a task. Collaborate with friends or co-workers (they need Wunderlist, too; but it’s free).
It’s good for simple items like a grocery or shopping list, but works well for more complex projects which are made up of tasks (actually, subtasks).
The newest version, still free, has notifications via push and email, and synchronizes to the cloud. Personalize Wunderlist with colorful backgrounds.
Yes, free is the name of the game these days, and that bothers me a little. I like free, but I don’t want to invest time and effort into an app that is so used each day when the developer may not survive on a crazy business model.