/ By Ilan Shavit /
The company had announced $1 million in angel funding in late 2011 from Innovation Endeavors, Blumberg Capital, Genesis Partners, Palantir (Joe Lonsdale), Felicis Ventures (Aydin Senkut) and Brian Koo.
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Initially popular on Android, Any.DO is now the top U.S. iPhone to-do list, according to Onavo Insights.
Any.DO, says its application has more than 5 million users across iOS, Android and web. Any.DO claims to be the market leader in the to do list app space. Its competitor, the German Wunderlist, announced earlier this month having more than 4 million users.