Wunderlist is a good task manager if you do not want, or need, complex applications such as Todoist. Gradually is updated to correct errors but the last version that comes to Android leave us a couple of fairly substantial improvements. On the one hand a graphic change and on the other an option many claiming we had time.
The visual changes are for update the application to Material Design . While it does not have a touch as canonical as other apps that are in Google Play, yes that fits with the minimum design specifications and transitions in different layers, in addition to renewing the icons and tinkering with margins multiple
The other change comes to managing lists. Now we can nest them into folders to sort them as you want and not having to scroll if we have many. I do not know if your case but I find it very useful arrange for work, personal things or a hodgepodge of things to do that I have to do.
These changes come the other versions Wunderlist so if we use another client (desktop, web or other mobile platform) will also see changes in the icons and lists sorted by folders. If you have never tried this task manager, it’s worth giving a try. It’s simple, works well and if we need something complex delivers. Furthermore, it is free.
- Price: Free
- Developer: 6 Wunderkinder
- Download: Google Play
News Wunderlist puts Material Design and nested lists to its latest update for Android was originally published in Engadget Android by Juan Carlos González .
March 14, 2015
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