Popular project-management web service Asana needs no introduction since its list of users is growing by the day owing to the simple yet productive interface it offers. For all those who had been maintaining a track of their ongoing projects on Asana and collaborating with their colleagues on it, we have some good news; the iOS client for this web service is now available. Now you can add tasks and comments pertaining to your ongoing projects in Asana from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to stay on top of things on the go.
As smartphones become more and more powerful with each new release of major mobile devices, more and more productivity apps have started to make their way to mobile platforms, giving ‘working on the go’ a whole new meaning. Now for many tasks, you don’t even need to have a computer with yourself, as you can easily perform those on your mobile devices. This is especially handy when it comes to web services that keep your data in the cloud, so that all your activities done from the mobile devices are synced to the cloud so that when you start working from your mobile, you resume right where you left from your PC and when you get back to your PC to resume work, you resume from right where you left on mobile.
For those of you unfamiliar with Asana, it is a web service that offers a free web based project management solution for both teams and individuals. You can easily set up a project, add team members to it, assign and manage tasks, and do it all right from the web browser. You can learn more about Asana at our detailed coverage of the web service.
With Asana on your iPhone, you can log in to your Asana account, view a list of all your ongoing projects and update details pertaining to them. Just tap a project’s name to Add Tasks to it. The app also offers to add notes when adding a task along with the option to comment on it. It makes working on your projects on the go a breeze.
Asana is instrumental for all those people whose line of work involves travelling while collaborating with their colleagues on multiple projects. It is available for free on the iTunes App Store and can be downloaded from the link provided below.
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