We've shown you how to make Wunderlist available from your PC desktop, but sometimes, you'll need even more portability than that. No problem! Wunderlist is available for many mobile devices, such as tablet computers and smart phones, in case you need to keep your life organized while on the go. This tutorial will show you how to download, install, and run the Wunderlist mobile app.
(NOTE: The instructions here will be done with the aid of a smart phone using the Android operating system. The process is fairly similar with a mobile device running the iOS or Windows operating system; we'll provide small cues here to reference some differences.)
Turn on your mobile device, find Play Store (App Store on iOS devices such as iPads or iPhones), and tap it to open it.
Tap the search box at the top of the screen, type in "wunderlist", and tap the suggestion that says "wunderlist" from the drop-down menu (on Android devices, you will see the Wunderlist logo, as shown here; use this as a guide on iOS devices to find the correct app after searching).
When you find the Wunderlist app, tap Install (or, on iOS devices, Get and then Install).
(NOTE: You may be asked to log into your Google or Apple account; do so if you need to, but you don't have to, since the Wunderlist app is free to download and use.)
You will be informed of the information and functions on your mobile device that the Wunderlist app may need to use. If you're okay with that, tap Accept.
Wunderlist will begin installing. When it finishes, tap Open to launch it.
Your mobile device will also likely create a shortcut for Wunderlist on its app interface. Simply tap it to open Wunderlist.
From here, using Wunderlist is pretty much the same as it is on the website, as we showed you in our How to Use Wunderlist tutorial. (You'll notice that you can sign in with your Facebook, Google, or Microsoft accounts, too.)
That's about all you need to know to get Wunderlist up and running for your mobile device!
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