An application developed by an Israeli firm has been listed by the PC magazine as a must have app for Android. This app known as Any.DO joins Dropbox, Amazon’s Kindle and Google Voice as the ten must haves for an Android. Praise has come its way through the hands of New York Times as well as through it making to the list of Best Android App list brought out by the Tech Crunch.
Another pat on its back is the wide user base that touches the million-mark that this voice-based app has garnered six months after its launch. This creates written entries for any task that you may want to perform by taking voice commands and these can also be cleared by simply shaking the phone. Google Tasks can also be synced to create a shared task whereas unanswered calls can be turned into reminders.
The app was created by the trio of Omer Perchik, Yoni Lindenfeld and Itay Kahana. Perchik says that they initially chose Android because they thought that Android had a fast growth rate and much flexible policies than Apple. He also felt that Android allowed for convenient application development. He also informed that the company was soon going to the iPhone version of the app. He said that the mobile phones will soon become like an additional helping hand to the user.