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Task Management and Productivity App “Any To Do” Integrates with Evernote

  • December 18, 2012

DUBLIN, Dec. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – Any To Do, the indispensable productivity app for iPad and iPhone, has announced their Trunk partnership with the web-based note-taking application Evernote. Any To Do is not simply another add-on; the application adds value for Evernote users by helping them to prioritize and manage their daily tasks.  Find out more about Any To Do on Evernote’s partner page, the Trunk (Any To Do for iPad: & Any To Do for iPhone:

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“Becoming an official Evernote Trunk partner is an exciting milestone for us,” says Founder Anthony Keane of Keane and Able. “We are looking forward to enriching the experience for users of Evernote and Any To Do in the coming year. The integration of Evernote and Any To Do is helping to make task prioritization and goal achievement easier than ever before.”

Using the Eisenhower or Urgent/Important Matrix Method of task management, Any To Do lets users prioritize tasks as important or not-important and urgent or not-urgent. People have a natural tendency to respond to urgent tasks, letting important but not-urgent tasks be pushed to the back burner. The purpose of Any To Do is to help users to be more effective with their time by focusing on their important tasks first. By following this method users will certainly manage their time more effectively – ultimately being more productive in their day-to-day lives.

As of December 1, 2012, Any To Do is also a partner of Evernote China (YinXiang Biji) – one of the few international apps showcased on the newly launched YinXiang Biji Trunk (

Any To Do for iPad and iPhone is available for download on the App Store (, where users can also download a trial version for free.

The developers behind Any To Do have some exciting plans for the coming year, including richer integrations with Evernote and further enhancements to Any To Do with the aim of making Any To Do the most effective task management app on the App store.


About Any To Do


Any To Do is the brainchild of the development team Keane and Able, based between Dublin, Ireland and the islands of Hawaii, US. The app launched for iPad and iPhone in September 2011.

Pricing and Availability

Any To Do is available in English, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, French and German and can be downloaded from the App Store – US$5.99 for Any To Do for iPhone and iPod Touch and US$8.99 for Any To Do for iPad.

For more information about Any To Do please visit

Press images and a press pack can be downloaded here:

If you would like further information about Any To Do or Keane and Able, or if you would like to schedule an interview, please contact:

Anthony Keane, Founder, Keane and Able
Dublin, Ireland
+353 87 272 7777

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