Microsoft To Do gains dark theme support on iOS 13 and iPadOS

Laurent Giret

Microsoft To Do, the company’s new task manager that is replacing Wunderlist, is getting dark mode support on iOS 13. After installing the latest update (version 2.2), the app will now respect your system settings on your iPhone and iPad, and it’s currently not possible to switch between light and dark theme manually in the app’s settings.

The iOS version of Microsoft To Do was pretty late to adopt dark mode, as this option has been available for quite some time on other platforms. This latest update brings some other iPad-specific improvements, including the ability to drag URLs, view preview cards for URLs, and watch videos pithing the app.

You can read more details about what’s new in the version 2.2 in the full release notes below:

We’ve turned off the lights! Set your iOS or iPadOS 13 system settings to dark mode and watch To Do embrace the dark side.

You can now drag a URL onto a task on iPad from any other app to add it to a note. Drag it to the task list to create a task out of the note.

If you’re on iOS or iPadOS 13 you’ll now see a preview card for URLs or be able to watch a video within To Do.

We made some iOS 13 fixes.

Coming from Wunderlist? You can now import your files across to To Do using our importer, except for Dropbox files.

Microsoft is still in the process of adding a dark theme option to its iOS apps. Outlook and OneDrive already support it, and dark theme is now available in beta in OneNote, Word, Excel, and Powerpoint as well. You can download Microsoft To Do on your iPhone or iPad with the download link below.

‎Microsoft To Do
‎Microsoft To Do
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