Microsoft has officially announced the acquisition of to-do app Wunderlist following a report from the WSJ yesterday. The financial terms of the deal are not disclosed although it is touted to be somewhere between $100- $200 million.
Wunderlist is a productivity app that works on all major mobile and desktop platforms. It allows users to plan, organize, and share lists with others. Microsoft said that customers can expect the Wunderlist app to remain free and there will be no price changes for Wunderlist Pro or Wunderlist for Business customers and the service will continue to support a wide range of third-party apps and integrated services. Wunderlist claims more than 13 million users, who have collectively created more than 1 billion to-dos till date.
Wunderlist claimed that the integration of Microsoft will take place within next few weeks and that it will introduce a host of new features, partner integrations. Microsoft has been focusing on expanding its mobile app lineup. In December, the company bought the Acompli mail app and relaunched it as Outlook app in January.