Easily import Astrid tasks to Any.Do on Android, iOS

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Easily import Astrid tasks to Any.Do on Android, iOS

Easily import Astrid tasks to Any.Do on Android, iOS

Posted: 13 May 2013 04:44 PM PDT

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The most important feature your to-do list needs is accessibility. A written grocery list you forgot on your kitchen counter doesn't help you much at the store. For this reason, among others, many people use a to-do list manager on their mobile device. But what happens when the app you're using shuts down their service? That's the thought on many users' minds following Yahoo's recent acquisition of Astrid

Fortunately, some of the other to-do list apps are stepping up to help you migrate your data. Such is the case with Any.Do, which released an update today that makes switching to their app supereasy. This feature is available to new and current users.

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Android chief working on smoother updates, fine with Facebook Home

Posted: 13 May 2013 06:34 AM PDT

New Android chief Sundar Pichai

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Android head Sundar Pichai might be new to the job of leading Google's mobile operating system, but he's already working at improving the update process for that software.

In a Wired interview published Monday, Pichai acknowledged that update paths to new versions of Android can be difficult, but that he and his team "are thinking about how to make Android handle updates better."

"We see ways we can do this," he told Wired. "It's early days. We're talking with our partners and working our way through it. We need time to figure out the mechanics, but it's definitely an area of focus for me and the team."

Pichai became Android chief in March when its former leader, Andy Rubin, suddenly announced that he was stepping down to work on other projects within Google. Pichai previously ran Google's Chrome and Apps divisions, and still does so today.

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