Wunderlist 3 para iOS 7.0 o posterior ( freemium , universal)
It’s something their managers have been aware of, and they’re trying to fix it by launching Wunderlist 3 from the top.
It is, as I say in the headline, the biggest improvement this service has experienced. Wunderlist now has a more homogeneous interface between all supported devices, is able to display task lists publicly and boasts real-time synchronisation .
And it has to be said that it does: I tried Wunderlist 3 on two devices at the same time (in a web browser and on my iPhone) and all the changes I made to my lists were reflected almost instantly . So much so that, pending a decision on whether user adoption will slow it down, the promotional video you can see just above doesn’t exaggerate at all.
Of course, collaboration between several people and list management with teams is not lacking either. Neither that nor the other features that were already present in previous versions of Wunderlist, but now with the benefit of public lists and improved data synchronization.
Wunderlist 3 is freemium, but the free features are sufficient for personal users
Using Wunderlist is free , although there are certain limitations such as a maximum number of task assignments or sub-tasks within a task and a limit on the size of files to be included in each task. In order to get rid of these limitations, which are more oriented towards group work, we can pay $4.99 per month or $44.99 per year.
However, these are extras that we probably won’t need if we are going to use Wunderlist personally . That, its new interface and its compatibility with almost all Apple and other platform devices makes it advisable to take a look at it even if you have tried it before.