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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5

App requires

  • phone identity
  • microphone
  • data services
  • movement and directional sensor
  • web browser component
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • owner identity
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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TinyDO is a handy todo app to get things effectively done, with gestures, speech,reminder,category, tiles, themes and lockscreen infomation. you can also backup and restore with SkyDrive.
4.2 Updates:
fixed pull down speech failed
optimization on swipe gesture
optimize the font on tile
fix lots of bugs
4.0 updates:
Repeated task
Show more info on the flip tile
Pin the directory tile
Fix data-loss when resuming
All-new designed UI
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  • by Bence 8/17/2014
    Very smart, easy to use, intuitive.
  • by Atanas 8/17/2014
    Very useful and easy to use
  • by Miguel 8/14/2014
    It does what it sets out to do, and it does it very well. One of the WP apps gesture-enabled. Best simple to-do app I've used.
  • by Farzan 8/11/2014
    The most simple and minimal designed task manager app. The only thing that I hoped it had was detailed note. I can't save much text in just one title.
  • by Raíza 8/8/2014
  • by Tuấn 8/3/2014
    simple and useful. I love it :)
  • by Jane 7/30/2014
    Beautiful interface and is just as good as versions on other OS, the only thing I miss on this version is the "someday" option. If its there I can't find it, if it really isn't there please add it.
  • by Glorious 7/29/2014
    Good to have an app that doesn't sync to my calendar! Biggest fault is that it takes minimalism too far. It hinders the user experience by requiring the user to already understand/remeber the gestures. If they do not, they have to drag up the menu bar, press the question mark, press the tutorial button (represented by a smiley) and swipe until they find the desired action. By trying to be so minimalistic it adds it's own layer of complexity which could be resolved with more overt visual cues. Text or a gesture icon pushes the user to action instead of having to then trudge through to go back to the help screen and hope its there (the swipe right to left to delete is not mentioned) It's still a good app. I'm being critical because I'm interested.
  • by Rasty 7/26/2014
  • by 辉 7/23/2014