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[To-Do App] Any.DO makes getting things done easier

by: KDMC Staff |

Any.DO is a simplified, streamlined to-do app that syncs with your smart phone and your computer to keep you on task no matter where you are. Creators Omer Perchik, Yoni Lindenfeld & Itay Kahana found themselves frustrated by the complexity of getting past their own procrastination, and decided to take a crack at making it simpler to keep track of their to-do lists.

Achieving its ultimate goal, Any.DO is easy to use and powerful; featuring speech recognition, time- and location-based reminders, and folders to help keep everything organized.

The mobile app and web plugin are both free, and you can download them here:

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