Microsoft To Do app update on iOS and Android with a number of bug fixes

Brad Stephenson

Both the Android and iOS versions of Microsoft’s To Do app updated this week with a number of fixes for several bugs that had been plaguing users, such as disappearing tasks, and to improve some features, such as split-screen support on tablets.

Here’s the full release notes for the iOS update which bring the Microsoft To Do app up to Version 2.23:

In this release we have fixed the following:

  1. Fixed bug related to “Planned List” disappearance
  2. Fixed issues related to Custom Recurrences of tasks
  3. Fixed accessibility bugs related to VoiceOver experience

And here’s the release notes for the Android app update:

This release consists of the following bug fixes:

  1. We have removed the unnecessary autofill suggestions which come during task creation
  2. Bug fix to improve the talkback announcement for navigation behavior
  3. Bug fix to improve the “Important” smart list
  4. Bug fix to provide better split-screen support

The Windows 10 Microsoft To Do app also updated recently with its own set of bug fixes. You can read all about those here.

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