Wunderlist 2 Now Available As A Native App For Your Android Tablet

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Wunderlist 2 has finally been released for Android tablets today, almost two months after it made its debut on iOS, Mac, and PC. Arguably the best free task management app, Wunderlist 2 boasts a whole host of awesome new features, and it’s been optimized to run perfectly on Google’s Nexus tablets, the Amazon Kindle Fire, and other Android-powered slates.

6Wunderkinder, the creators of Wunderlist, believe that making Wunderlist 2 native to Android tablets lays the foundations for future updates with more Android-specific features.

It launches with new functionality that’s been “specifically created for the Android community,” including a new layout — with gorgeous new graphics that look terrific on high-resolution devices — a faster backend, new sharing options, and a much-improved Wunderlist widget.

Other improvements include:

  • Detail View – Easily add Reminders, Recurring tasks and Subtasks, as well as Notes, to your list items. Even more features will be added to the Detail View in the near future.
  • Sharing – Thanks to the integration of your tablets’ Address Book and Facebook account all your contacts are just a couple of clicks away.
  • Activity Center – Once you’ve shared a list, you can then customize the way you want to be kept informed. Receive updates in the in app Activity Center or via push or email notifications.

“We have built a truly native tablet app to give our Android community a superior, more stable and handcrafted individualized experience, regardless whether the device is a Google Nexus, or a Kindle Fire,” said Christian Reber, 6Wunderkinder Founder and CEO.

“The work goes beyond what you directly see today, and will allow us to continue to provide updates and add features on a faster, more regular basis. Our community will also experience more Android specific features, including integration with key Google services and product in the near future.”

Wunderlist 2 for Android tablets is available in more than 23 languages, and it’s available to download now from Google Play. You’ll find it by hitting the source link below.

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