Nice and clean.
Someone at the Wunderlist office should turn off the lamp that's shining on that one white iPhone halfway down, though.
Genuine question: how do 6Kinder make money? All their software is so beautiful and they give it out for free?
It's a bummer they still have their confusing due date reminders though.
This is beautiful. But as beautiful as this app is, there is no way I'm switching over from Evernote. Evernote, at this point, is way too deeply engrained in my daily workflow and personal life to give up and move over.
Same could be said for the reading app wars (Instagram, Readabilty, Pocket). I'm just too far in to want to change up.
Along the life of the product I'm so indifferent to new design updates that the product iterations might as well be targeted toward the power users. I hope the existing users are pleased and W3 is targeting core features and not just fresh coats of paint.
In other words, the redesign better be dope. In this case, for me, not good enough. Maybe I'm just getting old and practical.
I always considered Evernote a note-taking app with limited to-do functionality & Wunderlist a to-do app with limited note-taking functionality. Two products solving different problems.
Maybe my point is moot because I use Evernote as a to-do app and a note taking app.
On desktop there's an issue with the sign in action. http://support.wunderlist.com/customer/portal/questions/8236837-can-t-login-to-wunderlist-3-on-mac-even-after-reinstall I hope they sort that one out.
Is anyone else unable to log in on the site?
Hey Cristopher, is the problem still persisting? Can you let me know whether you're getting taken to https://www.wunderlist.com/login?
Entering my credentials on that page and submitting results in the page refreshing to a clean form with no error messages.