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In its latest App Store update, Microsoft To Do has ended support for iOS 12 and older, officially requiring that all users must be running iOS 13 or later in order to receive app updates.

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Microsoft To Do rose to popularity last year following the closure of Wunderlist and Microsoft's acquisition of the company. Since then, Microsoft To Do has been playing catch-up in attempting to keep former Wunderlist users hocked onto its service.

With a previous App Store update, Microsoft added iOS 14 widgets to its "intelligence task management app," giving users quick access to their tasks on their homescreen. Last week, Microsoft shut down Cortona for iOS and Android, and tasks previously stored with Cortona were automatically added to Microsoft To Do.

Microsoft To Do is available on the App Store. [Direct Link]

Article Link: Microsoft To Do App Ends Support for iOS 12, Now Requires iOS 13 or Later
 
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Porco

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Presumably one can still use the app in its last-updated state to list a ‘to do’ item of upgrading to a newer iOS version soon though? Useful.:D
 

roncron

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I was a big fan of Wunderlist. Tried MS To Do, didn’t care for it. Around that time, Apple improved the iOS stock reminders app, which I’ve been using ever since. I know there are more feature-packed list apps, but for my needs the stock app is great.
 

jdavid_rp

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Weird decision as many developers still support iOS 10 and Apple just released a security fix for iOS 12.
Maybe is related to a new API, there are some that could be related like VisionKit and CryptoKit
 

Ubuntu

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Weird decision as many developers still support iOS 10 and Apple just released a security fix for iOS 12.
I guess you’re thinking of large developers because I’ve seen the opposite - usually developers drop older iOS versions ASAP
 
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TechFann

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I was just updating my apps and saw that Reddit will soon only support iOS 13 and up too.
 
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