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Apps of the week: Microsoft To Do and Disney +

2019-09-14T10:38:13.694Z

Put your tasks on a list with Microsoft To Do and discover an interesting alternative to Google Chrome and Firefox with Vivaldi on Android.



Put your tasks on a list with Microsoft To Do and discover an interesting alternative to Google Chrome and Firefox with Vivaldi on Android.

Disney +

The Netherlands can be the first country in the world to work with Disney +, the new streaming service that you can try for free until 12 November. Disney's Netflix competitor already has a wide selection of films from Marvel, all Star Wars films and a collection of Disney and Pixar films.

New material will be added in the course of the coming months, including series that can be viewed exclusively on Disney +. The service has its own app for iOS and Android and is also available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, televisions, Chromecasts and in your browser.

Download Disney + for iOS and Android (free)

Microsoft To Do

Microsoft is renewing its To Do task app with a new design and functions that have been taken directly from Wunderlist. This popular app was purchased by Microsoft in 2015. This way you can transfer all your tasks from Wunderlist to this new app with the push of a button.

The app has been given bright new colors and will soon also support a dark mode that matches that of iOS 13. The app offers a clear distinction between scheduled tasks and tasks that you must check off today. By marking an assignment, it is automatically classified in the 'Important' group.

The app can be downloaded for free on the iPhone and Mac, task lists are automatically synchronized between these two devices. You do need a Microsoft account to be able to use To Do.

Download Microsoft To Do for iOS (free)

Vivaldi Browser

Are you looking for a browser that gives you complete freedom to tailor it to your usage? Then from now on you can try Vivaldi on Android. The popular alternative browser makes the switch to Android as a beta, but can be downloaded for free in the Play Store. So keep in mind that here and there an error can pop up because it is not yet the final version.

Vivaldi has some handy features built in, such as an option to take screen shots and a notepad that synchronizes the browser between your devices. The browser puts security first and synchronizes your passwords, bookmarks and more with end-to-end encryption. Good news for people who already use Vivaldi on their computer and can now easily continue surfing on their Android device.

Download Vivaldi for Android (free)

Source: nunl

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