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Thinglist 'Want To-Do' App Now Lets You Easily Share Your Things With Others

Thinglist has just been updated with a new list of notable improvements. Released last February, Thinglist is a delightfully designed "want to-do" list. It enables you to keep track of what you want to do in nine categories: bar, book, food, idea, movie, music, person, place, and product. And thanks to the latest update to the app, Thinglist now lets you share what you want to do. Thinglist has just gained a new sharing functionality that allows you to easily share things with others. Thinglist developer Elepath notes:
Each thing has its unique URL that you can share on Twitter, Facebook, SMS, Email -- anywhere you want. Anyone with the URL can add the thing to their Thinglist.
If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. You can share a thing by tapping the share button in the new action bar in that thing's screen, which also includes buttons for editing and deleting the thing. Alternatively, you can swipe right on a thing in the list screen to reveal a share button, as opposed to swiping left to reveal a delete button. Also including some bug fixes, the new version of Thinglist is available now in the App Store as a free update or as a new $0.99 download. The app is optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 6.1 or later. The newly updated app also gets rid of the redundancy of showing the thing type when filtering. For more information on Thinglist, check out Christine's "hidden gem" review of the app here on AppAdvice. "This is a simple app for just managing all of the things you want to do, see, or have," Christine notes in her review. "I just love the straightforwardness of the app, and it’s really nice to have all of these in a single app, rather than multiple ones." [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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