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Any.do launches desktop app for Macs

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Joins Wunderlist and OmniFocus with cross-platform support

To-do list app Any.do is coming to Macs today, with a new desktop app available for download from the App Store. The new software integrates with the OS X Notification Center, adds reminders for upcoming deadlines, and displays a badge in the launcher for outstanding tasks — exactly the sort of cross-platform support that has become a must-have for the best to-do list apps. "The Mac ecosystem is a huge market we haven’t even touched yet," said Any.do CEO Omer Perchik in a statement announcing the app. "With the launch of Any.do for Mac, we believe more and more people will learn about Any.do for the first time."

Like other, similar apps, Any.do starts with basic checklist functionality and expands into a range of features for organizing your work. These include Trello-style project management, with shareable tasks that can be accessed and edited by multiple users, and a premium version currently on sale for $2.99 per month or $26.99 per year that also offers unlimited file size for attachments. Adding Mac integration into the mix definitely makes Any.do more attractive in its already crowded field, but for more detail about the pros and cons of different options, check out our comparison of the top contenders.