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Wunderlist

Description

Wunderlist was a cloud-based task management application, acquired by Microsoft in June 1, 2015.

Information

Developer
microsoft
Released
9 November, 2010
Discontinued
6 May, 2020
Lifespan
9 years
Type
service

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