Over the past few weeks, Microsoft To-Do was having some issues on both iOS and Android. However, the latest updates resolved some of the issues users were facing.
Microsoft To-Do will now sync better on mobile devices so you can download and edit your documents from OneDrive. Moreover, the crashes and stability improvements have been made to iOS and Android versions of the app.
Microsoft To -Do Android updated to version1.38.85
Cancel operation – If you have lost track of your important activities because of your big hands, we have a solution. You can now cancel the operation after removing a task from the “Important” list.
We have improved synchronization, performance in shared lists and corrected some crashes when removing members of a list.
Microsoft To- Do for iOS updated to version 1.38
Improved – Entering sub-activities is now easier. With this update, the keyboard will no longer be closed automatically by pressing Enter. When you have finished inserting, tap Done.
Fixed some crashes and improved app performance.
Microsoft To-Do is available to download from the App Store as well as the Play Store. If you are looking for alternatives, there are some great apps available online for iOS and Android devices.
The most popular one is Trello, an easy to use accessible alternative to Microsoft’s app. Trello helps you organize your projects into boards. At a glance, you will know what is being worked on and who is handling the task.
The second in line is Google’s own Google Keep that lets you track and organize your To-Do list. It comes with great features including color-coding notes, shareable notes, creating lists, geo-fencing, inserting images, and search by color.
Both apps are available to download for iOS and Android devices. Trello is free to download with in-app purchases while Google Keep is completely free with no strings attached.