​Microsoft releases password killer: the Authenticator phone sign-in - CSO Australia

If you use Outlook, Skype or any other Microsoft service, there's now an easier way to sign in using your password just once and your phone from then on. Microsoft has rolled out an update to its Authenticator app for iOS and Android that makes signing ...

Microsoft Enables Password-Free Account Sign In For Android And iOS Smartphone Users - Hot Hardware

Are you constantly trying to remember dozens of elusive passwords? Well, Microsoft has got your back. The company now enables password free sign-in for Android and iOS users when they sign-in to a new device. Mobile device users can now add their ...

Microsoft to shut down Wunderlist in favor of its new app, To-Do - TechCrunch

Microsoft acquired the popular mobile to do list application Wunderlist back in 2015, and now it's preparing users for its eventual demise with the release of its new application “To-Do,” announced today. The new app was built by the team behind ...

Microsoft Introduces To-Do – Intelligent Task Management App Replacing Wunderlist - groovyPost (blog)

If it's one thing I have learned about task list apps such as Google Keep, iOS Reminders or Outlook tasks, if you don't remember to use them, they are pretty much useless. That's not stopping Microsoft from introducing a new app focused on simplicity, ...

Wunder no more: Microsoft releases new task managing app called To-Do - PCWorld

It's been almost two years since Microsoft bought the cross-platform task master Wunderlist, but you wouldn't know it to look at it. Unlike Sunrise and Accompli, which were shuttered and combined into Outlook mobile, Wunderlist has mostly been left alone.

Microsoft Has a New Way for You to Login Without a Password - Fortune

Building technology that is both secure and easy to use is a tricky proposition. Microsoft is trying to make strides by giving customers a way to sign into their Microsoft accounts with smartphones—but without having to enter passwords. As explained ...

Microsoft's authenticator is now all you need to log in - Digital Trends

Although two-factor is almost always better than a single point of failure, smartphone logins are significantly more secure than simple passwords. Microsoft has made it possible to use only your smartphone to log in to your Microsoft account, ditching ...

The Successor to Wunderlist Is Here: Microsoft To-Do - MacStories

Microsoft To-Do is the official successor to Wunderlist, the popular task management app acquired by Microsoft in mid-2015. Microsoft unveiled To-Do today in Preview, which is essentially a public beta. The service is built on Office 365 technologies ...

Microsoft debuts Wunderlist replacement To-Do on iPhone, Mac & iPad coming soon - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

Microsoft on Wednesday released the first edition of To-Do, an app that will eventually replace the popular multi-platform title Wunderlist, which it acquired back in 2015. To-Do is currently available in preview form for iPhone, Android, Windows 10 ...

Microsoft launches To-Do for iOS, Android and Windows; signals upcoming death of Wunderlist - Neowin

To-Do promises a "smarter, more personal and intuitive way to help people stay organized", and is now available in preview form across multiple platforms. The app is integrated with Office 365, and uses "an intelligent algorithm" to assist in users ...

Microsoft To-Do List Service in Public Preview as Eventual Replacement for Wunderlist - SuperSite for Windows

Today Microsoft made their new To-Do list app, code named Project Cheshire, available in public preview after several months of private testing. According to Microsoft this app was built by the same folks who work on Wunderlist and while the new app ...

Microsoft's Wunderlist Replacement, To-Do Is Now Available - Lifehacker

Windows/Web/iOS/Android: Microsoft has released a public preview for its new to-do app, aptly called To-Do. This is ostensibly Microsoft's version of Wunderlist, which the company acquired back in 2015. Advertisement. To-Do is still a work in progress ...

Microsoft Making Passwords a Thing of the Past - Tom's Guide

Microsoft users no longer need to use their passwords to log into their Microsoft accounts, thanks to a new Microsoft Authenticator app for Android and iOS devices. Credit: Microsoft Users can sign into their Microsoft accounts on a new computer by ...

Microsoft To-Do is an Intelligent Task Management App by the Team Behind Wunderlist - Technology Personalized

Task managers have been around for awhile and in fact, they are still one of the most common apps utilized by users every day. But let's face it, smarter innovation is still a rare sight in this sector. Microsoft wants to change that and it is doing so ...

Microsoft Releases To-Do App for iOS - iClarified

Microsoft has released a new To-Do app for iOS, Android, Windows, and the web. Microsoft To-Do is a simple and intelligent to-do list that makes it easy to plan your day. Whether it's for work, school or home, To-Do will help you increase your ...

Microsoft Authenticator app adds phone sign-in option, skips the password - TechSpot

Remembering different passwords for dozens of online services can be quite a chore, but reusing the same on all of them is a huge detriment to your digital security. That's why password managers exist and why some companies are trying to figure out ...

Microsoft Gets Rid of Passwords With Phone Sign-In - PC Magazine

Passwords are the worst, and Microsoft feels your pain. Redmond has a new way to sign into your Microsoft accounts with just your phone—no password necessary. "With phone sign-in, we're shifting the security burden from your memory to your device ...

Microsoft To-Do is a new app that replaces Wunderlist - The Verge

Microsoft has launched a new to-do list app called Microsoft To-Do, which is available in preview today on the web, iOS, Android, and Windows 10. To-Do lets you create simple to-do lists, set reminders, and keep track of projects. To-Do is set to ...

Microsoft releases Wunderlist replacement preview app called To-Do - 9 to 5 Mac

Microsoft bought the task management app Wunderlist back in 2015, and today the company has released the first public preview of its eventual replacement called To-Do. Microsoft's new To-Do app is available to try on iPhone now, and preview versions ...

Microsoft announces Wunderlist successor, the imaginatively named To-Do - Android Police

It's looking like a busy week for the app devs at Microsoft. After yesterday's announcement that Groups is being added to the Outlook mail app, today sees another interesting addition to the company's productivity suite on Android. To-Do is Microsoft's ...