Accessible To-do list app that works on iOS an Windows 10

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iOS & iPadOS

Hey everybody. Subject line says most of it. I'm just looking for a good app where I can have a to do list synced between my iPhone and Windows 10 PC that is accessible. Nothing too complicated. Just wondering if there is something where I can easily keep track of and cross off tasks, idealy on a few different lists. At work I just use a word doc, but I find deleting and adding things in a word processor on iOS clumsy. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!

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Submitted by Marco on Sunday, December 13, 2020

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Have had great success with it. It uses your Microsoft account to sync.

Submitted by Matt on Sunday, December 13, 2020

I was attempting to find a way to solve this exact problem. I was actually attempting to find a way to sync my iOS Reminders with a third party service that I could also use on Windows. This would allow me to use Siri and iOS reminders on my iPhone which is already native to iOS without downloading another app. Unfortunately, I could not find a solution using Google, but Microsoft ToDo does the job. Take a look at this link
https://www.guidingtech.com/apple-reminders-windows/
You could use any of the methods suggested, but the one in item 3 is what I am currently doing and it works flawlessly. I hope this helps.

Submitted by smhy on Sunday, December 13, 2020

Thanks a lot Marco and Matt. I will definitely look into this. Though I think I just ran into a kind of significant bug in the iOS reminders app that I will post about separately, but basically when you go to add a new list, the keyboard keeps disappearing whenever I try to name the list. It's really weird.

Submitted by smhy on Sunday, December 13, 2020

In reply to by smhy

Never mind, I'm not reporting this bug since it has already been reported on here. Appears to be an iOS 14.2 thing. You can use Siri as a work-around.

Submitted by Justin Philips on Sunday, December 13, 2020

Swiftodo on IOS and todotxt on Windows gets the job done for me. Dropbox folder is the place where they meet and share the same list.