Now iOS gets the popular Android to-do list app. Launched in November 2011 and backed by $1 million in angel funding, the Texas developed Any.Do app is released for the iPhone as well as for the Web. Any.Do is a gorgeous to-do list app for Google’s Android OS platform and is most popular on the Android Market. Apart from the basic work to manage your to-do list, this app also supports gestures, voice-to-text recognition and auto-predictive text. More to this, it is not at all a tough one to use. It is packaged with easy-to-use interface that even a layman will comfortable to allow it manage his busy schedule. Any.Do looks rocking on the iPhone as the iDevice got more competitive landscape than Android devices. Since the debut of the Any.Do app, iPhone users have seen several other good to-do list. One is Clear that ditched the menus and had gone in favor of an all-gesture UI. Any.Do here is a bit different. It goes for simplicity and also it has focused on integrations with other services such as Twitter and Facebook. The team behind the Any.Do app knows how to make great product. Their Taskis app also was too popular though it was launched for the research purposes only. It had one million downloads before Any.Do arrived. In the debut month Any.Do grabbed half million downloads. Now more than million users are using Any.Do, said the company. Head of the mobile products at Facebook Erick Tseng is the advisor of Any.Do app team. The investors to it are Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, Blumberg Capital, Genesis Partners, Palantir’s Joe Lonsdale, Felicis Ventures (Aydin Senkut) and Brian Koo.