Wunderkit Looks Like The Next Big Thing For Team Productivity Apps



The team at 6Wunderkinder is well known for Wunderlist, one of the best task manager apps for the Mac and iOS platform. Wunderlist has quickly become a favorite among the GTD (Getting Things Done) community, and it remains one of the slickest task managers with cloud sync in the App Store.

6Wunderkinder has a new project up its sleeve called Wunderkit, and it looks like a dream come true for the collaborative productivity app scene.

The developers are currently accepting requests for beta invites to Wunderkit, a new, “drop-dead gorgeous” app that aims to help you create, organize, and get things done with your team.

Whether you’re a small business, creative team, or a group of people needing to work together and collaborate online, Wunderkit looks like it could be the answer, thanks to 6Wunderkinder’s cloud sync backend that will power Wunderkit across a variety of platforms.

The app incorporates workplaces, notes, profiles, and other collaborative tools to help you communicate more efficiently with your team.

Based on the teaser screenshots, the Mac app looks beautiful. We can’t wait to see what the developers have cooking in the iOS department.

Here’s a fun video from 6Wunderkinder that details how the Wunderkit couch graphic came to be:


Unfortunatley, Wunderkit is in private beta at the moment. You can register here to receive a beta invite as they become available.

Who’s excited for Wunderkit? We sure are!

  • macgizmo

    People spend more time fiddling with apps that are supposed to help them collaborate and get things done than they do collaborating and getting things done ;)

  • timdehring

    In other words, this article is a rehash of another article that restates what’s on the Wunderkit website.

  • Kirsty

    Hey guys, thanks for the article! We can’t wait to get the invites out for the beta soon, we are just as excited as you are! Stay tuned on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/6Wund… or follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/6Wunderkind… and you’ll be the first to know when they are out :)

  • slackguy

    Wunderlist is a brilliant (and free app) I use religiously on my Mac and iOS devices. I’m really looking forward to trying out Wunderkit!

  • shherr

    I don’t have a team… they need to just add recurring tasks to wunderlist for the team-less

  • 6Wunderkinder

    Recurring tasks are on the roadmap for Wunderlist and will be coming soon :)

  • 6Wunderkinder

    Thanks for the article Alex! We hope you enjoy Wunderkit when it comes out! We’re getting closer and closer each day to perfecting it.

  • Jamie

    Without organising and therefore knowing what you have to get done, how would you even know that you are getting things done? How would you know what you have left to do? How would you know what to do next? I know your comment is probably in good spirit, but if you believe it then I would highly recommend the book Getting Things Done by David Allen.

  • macgizmo

    I’m too busy getting things done to stop and read a book that tells me how I should get things done. Seriously. I don’t allow myself to take on more than I can handle – therefor I don’t need a GTD app. I spend the time just doing things, rather than trying to organize them.

  • Magnus Andersson

    I also look forward to it, but I’m beginning to be pretty irritated. A few months ago they said it was a few weeks away.