Wunderlist somehow always ends up in the top 10 of 'most recommended to-do apps' and no wonder. It's polished, easy-to-use and for all that, is free. The app will soon get nice update where it will support folders as well as a 'Quick Add' function.
In a blogpost, CEO Christian Reber said that the Quick Add feature "instantly recognises and creates a Reminder and Due Date as you type or speak".
Integrated apps, anyone?
Other nifty things to look forward to: Wunderlist's public API will be released soon, allowing more app integration. Think being able to star emails in Gmail and send them to Wunderlist, send to-dos over to your favourite note-taking apps or check-off to-dos with Slack and HipChat.
Wunderlist will also soon be releasing Wunderlist for Android Lollipop as well as Windows 10. New iPad and Mac apps are also in the works, but most interesting will be Wunderlist for Work which will include what Wunderlist says are most-requested by their business users, namely "activity logs, business-owned lists, a central dashboard, rights management and custom webhooks."
The company says that over 90,000 teams use Wunderlist for work, which sounds like an opportunity, perhaps, for the company to monetise the very popular app.