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Microsoft acquires 6Wunderkinder, creator of to-do list app Wunderlist

We could not be more excited to welcome the team at 6Wunderkinder, the creator of Wunderlist, to Microsoft and OneNote. The acquisition of this market-leading to-do list app known for its simplicity, ease of use and innovative design fits squarely with our ambition to reinvent productivity and help people achieve more across all major platforms and devices—particularly on mobile.

Wunderlist provides an easy way for people to capture, organize and collaborate on lists and to-dos—personally and professionally. It is a fantastic app, and, like OneNote, available on every device that matters to users—iPhoneiPadApple WatchMacAndroidWindows PhoneWindows and the web. Wunderlist recently announced integration with Sunrise and we will share additional integration updates in the coming months.

Learn more about the acquisition on the Official Microsoft Blog.

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