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Acclaimed ‘To Do’ App Wunderlist Comes To Linux

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Cross-platform ‘Getting Things Done’ app ‘Wunderlist’ is now available for the Linux desktop.

The application provides a minimal yet attractive ‘frame’ for listing, sorting and managing your daily tasks.

With Wunderlist you can: -

* Create lists with different tasks
* Set ‘dates’ for tasks to be completed by/on
* Filter tasks based on keywords, dates, etc
* ‘Star’ tasks as important

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Acclaimed???

It's a wunder there's anyone left that cares?

There's nine bazillion Saas/Cloud based Todo lists, all with cross-platform (including mobile) widgets.

Can't imagine there's people left that wants a local todo app that requires downloading/syncing across a users multiple devices (i.e. work, home, mobile).

The big question is "I wunder how long last decade style apps can last?".

Evernote seems to be the business model to follow. They changed their entire app from a local app, to a cloud based web-app with locally hosted widgets.

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