One of the popular to-do apps called Any.do for Android and iPhone is already available in the market and the company also released the Any.do Cal app for Android devices back in December. But these were all mobile apps, and one thing that was missing out was the web version.
However, today Any.do has announced its first web app. It has also announced that it has crossed 10 million users on mobile. The web app is still in beta phase but you can sign up with your e-mail to get a pass code for the access. This syncs tasks between your mobile apps and has desktop-friendly UI with new focus and planning modes. This lets users view tasks in a single column or across all folders at once.
Moreover, the web access will allow you to manage your to-do list and features the Planning and Focus Modes. The Focus Mode is intended to give an quick look at what is coming up, and also what needs to be done in a single folder. The Planning Mode will offer a look at multiple folders which means you are able to get a complete picture and also move items between folders and dates as needed.
The company is also planning to launch a mail app soon. Founded in 2010, the company says it is on the way to becoming a full cross-platform app.
Regarding to new web app, CEO Omer Perchik said, "Web is a huge market we haven't even touched yet. There's a world of people who haven't considered us because they need a full web experience, right on their computer screens. They're going to use Any.do for the first time and that's what I'm most excited about - introducing our product to users who were once inaccessible. We're conquering mobile, now it's time to break out in a broader market."