Microsoft delivers Windows 10 version of its Wunderlist to-do app
Microsoft has made available the Windows 10 version of the to-do app it purchased earlier this summer, as well as new versions of Skype with iOS9 and OS X El Capitan support.
By Mary Jo Foley
for All About Microsoft
| October 2, 2015 -- 15:58 GMT (08:58 PDT)
Microsoft is continuing its productivity software and service push with new updates to some of its core products this week.On October 2, Microsoft removed the beta tag from its Wunderlist to-do app for Windows 10.
The company also delivered this week a new Skype updates for iOS9 and OS X El Capitan users.
The Windows 10 version of Wunderlist
features an updated design, support for Live Tiles and integration with Cortana.Windows 10 users can say (or type) requests involving Wunderlist using Cortana. Microsoft-provided examples of sample requests: "Add finalize presentation tomorrow to Wunderlist," and "Show me my Wunderlist to-dos due today."
According to an October 2 blog post, the Wunderlist team is still working on a universal app version of the product that will work on Windows 10 PCs, tablets and Windows Phones running Windows 10 Mobile. The team didn't say when it would deliver this, however.