Todoist for Windows 10 coming soon, developers currently looking for alpha testers

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Todoist, one of the best to-do list and task manager app recently purchased TaskCrunch – a third-party Windows Phone app developed by Jan Kratochvil. The company today announced that it’s currently looking for alpha testers for its new universal Windows 10 app. If you’re a Todoist user and want to sign up as an alpha tester, head over to this link to fill the questionnaire and apply to be an alpha tester. Keep in mind that the development of the app is still in its early stages, and it’s not perfect yet – here’s the company’s statement:

We’re still in the very early stages of design and development. By becoming an alpha tester you would have a significant impact on the future of our Windows 10 app– it’s not just bug reports that we’re looking for. We’re interested in hearing your honest feedback on which features you love and what you think should be added or improved.

If you’re a Todoist user, are you excited that the company is finally bringing an official universal app? Discuss in the comment section below!

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