Wun­derlist 3

Wun­derlist 3

Mac Format - - CON­TENTS - Free Devel­oper 6Wun­derkinder, wun­derlist.com OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit pro­ces­sor Free for all but heav­i­est users Com­ment on shared lists In­stant sync­ing re­ally is in­stant No sup­port for tag­ging tasks

Make lists and share them

There are many Mac apps for mak­ing and sync­ing lists, but Wun­derlist is both pow­er­ful and free.

This ver­sion sees new fea­tures ga­lore, in­clud­ing a spruced-up in­ter­face: no rad­i­cal changes – the wood ef­fect back­ground is still the de­fault, but change­able – but a font change here and a tex­ture re­moval there com­bine to give Wun­derlist a fresher, more mod­ern feel.

Syn­chro­nis­ing with other de­vices is the most im­por­tant im­prove­ment that’s been made, though. Where once you’d up­date a list and then have to wait while the changes prop­a­gated to your iPhone and iPad, now it’s done im­me­di­ately.

Col­lab­o­ra­tion fea­tures have also im­proved: you can now choose to share a list from the same screen where you cre­ated it, and some fea­tures that were pre­vi­ously only avail­able in the paid Pro ver­sion (such as the abil­ity to share files and com­ment on shared lists) are now here for free – al­beit with lim­i­ta­tions. There’s also a new Con­ver­sa­tion and Ac­tiv­ity Cen­ter to make it easy to fol­low what’s hap­pen­ing in your lists.

Lists can also be pub­lished on the web. You can share the URL or em­bed it on a blog or web­site, and un­pub­lish at any time.

Wun­derlist is bril­liant; the real-time sync is ideal. There’s still no sup­port for adding tags to tasks, but if you need a task man­ager with the abil­ity to col­lab­o­rate oc­ca­sion­ally, it’s a great choice. Kenny Hem­phill

Wun­derlist was one of the Mac’s best task man­agers, and it’s just got even bet­ter. What’s not to like?

Wun­derlist now looks bet­ter than ever and you can cus­tomise its back­ground.

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