Microsoft bought Wunderlist

Microsoft completed the purchase of the German company 6Wunderkinderwhich is developing a cross-platform task scheduler Wunderlist. The Wall Street Journal reported this, citing its own sources.The amount of the deal, according to the newspaper, was from $100 to $200 million.The development team Wunderlist will remain in his office in Berlin.

Wunderlist - is one of the most popular solutions in the software task scheduler category.

It differs from its counterparts in ease of use and a wide range of functions. Users can create and synchronize their task lists, add new items, set reminders, and much more. If you purchase a paid subscription, the service allows you to share your lists with other users to perform tasks together.Last December Microsoft announced the acquisition of the email app Acompli. At the end of January it was relaunched as a new Outlook. The app was highly praised by core media. In February, the company confirmed the purchase of the calendar Sunrise. The deal was valued at $100 million.On Monday Wunderlist has received an update that brings a new Glance mode for the Apple Watch, a built-in voice assistant, and optimized traffic consumption. The app is available for download on iPhones and iPads with iOS 7.0 and later.

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