To-do list startup Any.DO is spinning out a brand new calendar app called Cal, which represents the “first in a suite” of standalone apps from the Israel-based company. This news falls less than a month after Any.DO raised a $3.5 million seed round, and a year-and-a-half since we first described it as the only productivity app you’ll ever need. Indeed, Any.DO is a beautifully simple app that has won the hearts of many to-do list aficionados, so we’re excited to see what’s in store with this latest offering. Cal is still currently in private beta and remains invite-only for now (sign up here), but it’s expected to launch fully for the public later this summer. However, The Next Web managed to grab a hands-on with the app and, well, here’s what it looks like. First up, Cal is tightly integrated with Any.DO and as such you’ll be asked to sign-in to your Any.DO account.
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"To-Do Startup Any.DO Debuts Cal, a Standalone Calendar App" by @ShellyPalmer