Wunderlist for Ubuntu 12.04
Ubuntu releases a LTS version every couple years. This year, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS is being launched in the last week of April. As such, most, if not all, Ubuntu users will be upgrading to 12.04. However, it seems that Wunderlist is not compatible with 12.04 :-(
I use Wunderlist daily on my Galaxy Tab and via Google Chrome, but I'm really missing the convenience of Wunderlist on Ubuntu (I've already upgraded to 12.04 beta).
Please consider developing Wunderlist for Ubuntu 12.04 so that it may be installed easily from the Software Center.
Thank you kindly!!!
Daniel M commented
Linux version would be greate. An integrated pluggin for lighting is a good idea
Edipo da Silva commented
I've done an elctron wrapper for wunderlist specially made for linux: https://github.com/edipox/wunderlistux
I hope you like it!
Matt Gray commented
I would like a linux app.
Mauricio Farell commented
I am an android user, would love to use wunderlist but it is usless to me without linux support...
A linux native app would be so useful...
Victor Andrade commented
A productivity app truly works well when it is cross platform. Please Bring Back NATIVE Linux Support! I had it working just fine in the past, Why cant I get a New Native version of Wunderlist!? :/
P.S. Pro User And Subscriber...
Andrew Pennebaker commented
Specifically, I would like to see a native app for Ubuntu, (e.g. Gtk), not a web app turned desktop app. Too many issues with the current Chrome app turned desktop app experience.
John Buczek commented
Although I'm a 100% Ubuntu user..... actually Linux Mint but that's not important...... I don't see what a Linux native version would do for me over the Web App with my browser. Maybe off line access but I use WL mostly for access from my phone and/or tablet. Now if WL Web would recognize the standard select, copy, paste shortcuts (Ctrl-A, Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V) .... that would be great.
I'd like to suggest that at this point Ubuntu 14.0.4 might be great ans well as Wunderlist 3, but yes an Ubuntu client would be great. I'm now using the web page application.
Brad W commented
Just read an article supporting the need for this:
Brad W commented
The wunderlist.com website banner today reads, "Hey, just checkin’...Did you know you can use Wunderlist anytime, anywhere?"
Uh, no, because without a syncable Linux local client, I can only use it where there's WiFi, and that isn't everywhere.
Vote for wunderlist on linux.
Jayson Bans commented
Only LiNUX!!!! We hope!
Uservoice User commented
Microsoft makes billions in profit, and until yesterday, Wunderlist has been entirely free (and still is).
I would vote for an API over a Linux version, so someone out there can make a Linux version. It costs money for developers so I can understand why they haven't made a native Linux version (same reason for Windows Phone and BlackBerry I imagine).
Christian Keller commented
I'm really using my Linux machine a lot offline during my daily commutes, so Wunderlist would be perfect for me to get organized, but I cannot use it. Any workable low-overhead workarounds - WINE, android emulator, offline web app?
I don't know why a lots of programs don't support Linux. I love Linux and I think it's an amazing OS. So please support Linux. :)
> ...putting things in perspective, even Microsoft can figure out how to support Skype on Linux.
yes, but unlike MS they're a small company, which means they have to prioritize their resources - there are more users in the other platforms, so they get done first. Not having a linux client also affects me and that's why I voted, but the argument above ignores some realities.
Xris Eugene commented
What happenned please give us an updated. You just released an Android App. We love Wunderlist and a Native App for Ubuntu would be great!
Scott P. commented
We are all agreed that the "use the web app" excuse by 6wunderkinder is ridiculous due to the fact that they have native clients for OSX and Windows and haven't just skipped Linux but seem to have dropped support for it entirely as the old Wunderlist 1.2.4 client for Linux doesn't work any more. If the web app was enough then why bother even making a client for any OS or mobile device.