Any.DO, one of Android’s most impressively beautiful applications, has expanded its reach to iOS and the web, with a Chrome extension that promises to synchronization between multiple devices. Any.DO has also integrated with Facebook Connect for one-touch logins across platforms, something that was keeping the app from being widely adopted.
The iPhone app resembles in many ways Clear, the popular iOS-only to-do manager released last year. Any.DO supports gestures such as swiping down for a new entry or swiping right to complete a task; by default, shaking the device will eliminate all the completed tasks. Like Android, it supports voice input using iOS’ excellent voice dictation API, and the typography is absolutely beautiful.
The best feature of all is that it’s free, and that now Chrome lovers, as well as iPhone users, can finally sync up with their Android counterparts. The company’s CEO claims that there have been 100,000 downloads of the iOS app in the first 24 hours on the market, all without being featured by Apple.
Download Any.DO from the App Store for free.
Source: The Verge