Task manager Any.do arrives on the Mac

Task manager Any.do is now available as a native Mac app. Previously available on desktop as a Chrome extension, Any.do lets you sync and maintain your to-do list across your devices. The Mac app includes many features of the mobile version, including voice entry, auto-suggest, and real-time list collaboration.

Any.do for Mac presents you all of your tasks in a single window. You can choose how you want to view these tasks. Column view places all of your tasks in side-by-side columns next to each other under Today, Tomorrow, Upcoming, and Someday. Switching to folder view will do the same thing, but with tasks divided by topic. The row view will display your task on top of one another in a list view.

If you need to get more out of Any.Do, you can purchase a premium subscription right in the Mac app at any time for $2.99 a month, or $26.99 per year. You can also turn desktop notifications on and off, set the start of the week, the date format, and time format. Just tap the gear in the bottom left corner to access your settings.

Any.do for Mac is now available for download in the Mac App Store.

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