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Wunderlist founder offers to buy the app back from Microsoft as its shutdown looms

[2019-09-08 13:31:45]

Two years ago, Microsoft revealed its plans to replace Wunderlist with a new To-Do application. As the shutdown of Wunderlist looms, its original founder is offering to buy the app back from Microsoft to save its fate. The post Wunderlist founder offers to buy the app back from Microsoft as its shutdown looms appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Wunderlist founder offers to buy the app back from Microsoft as its shutdown looms


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