What are some good cross-platform to-do applications?

I already know about all the popular ones like wunderlist and any.do etc. I like the look and feel of any.do, so anything like that. Free would be preferred, looking for an app that I can also use in Windows or through the browser.
Posted 
Your recommendation
🤓 Have a recommendation? Join to share.
5 recommended
  1. 3
    Microsoft To-Do

    An intelligent task management app

    Willie Morris3Formerly Amazon, Boeing, and Faithbox · Written
    Replaces Wunderlist and should be a strong contender since Microsoft is integrating it into Office.
    Comments (1)Share
  2. 2
    Google Keep

    Save your thoughts, wherever you are

    It's not exactly a to do app, but it's a great tool available on mobile, desktop and as a browser extension.
    CommentsShare
  3. 1
    Wunderlist

    Capture ideas, things to do and places to see

    ThanasisUI/UX @EU_Commission · Written
    Simple and cross-platform!
    CommentsShare
  4. 1
    Dropbox Paper

    Collaboration tool built for teams

    Works beautifully across browsers, iPhone and Android phones. Create simple to-do lists for personal use, shared to-do lists with people from work, and the best part is, if required, you can discuss to-do items very easily with others. If you ever need it to, the to-do list can evolve into much more and become a full working document as well if you're planning something that requires more detail for example. I use individual Paper docs for each type of list. Here are some examples of docs I use for to-do lists: 1. This week's priorities (this is a shared one with the team) 2. Personal priorities 3. TV shows to watch 4. Interesting things to learn more about It's also great that you can share these with anyone and they don't even need to log in or create an account to view it, and they can edit/comment if you want them to with a free Dropbox account. Note re: Wunderlist. It's a great app but it's being shut down by Microsoft unfortunately: https://techcrunch.com/2017/04/1...
    Comments (2)Share
  5. RozBahramiDigital Media Manager, Skyprep · Written
    I would suggest you check out BoostHQ. You can create checklists and polls that are attached to content pieces and share it in topic specific channels that your team members are invited to. You can like, bookmark and discuss.
    Comments (1)Share