Wrike, the incredibly successful project management tool for Android and iOS, has been recently updated to version 126.96.36.199, which features optimized task creation. Wrike’s highly acclaimed productivity software has been around since 2006 and the developers have worked tirelessly to make it the best project management app for mobile devices.
According to Wrike’s Google Play page, the app has been installed over 100,000 times and is used by everyone, from individuals and startups to Fortune 1,000 companies.
Wrike features an intuitive interface that supports quick and organized project management and task creation. Users can create and assign tasks to team members, as well as interact with team members while on-the-go for optimal collaboration.
Focusing heavily on teamwork, Wrike emphasizes communication between team members and therefore offers many features that allow users to engage with their team.
Wrike also allows users to communicate and share tasks with others outside of the company, which is ideal for anyone who is in charge of project management.
Users who are concerned about speed will be pleased to know that the Wrike app is optimized for blazing fast navigation, and is designed primarily for tablet use.
For individuals and businesses who are heavily invested in cloud storage and services, Wrike features an extensive list of supported apps and services that can be used. This includes Google Drive, Evernote, Dropbox, Salesforce, and much more. The complete list of supported apps and services can be found here.
In addition to Android, Wrike is available on the iTunes App Store for free and is universally compatible with iPhone and iPad. For Chrome users, there’s an extension available so users can integrate the project management system into their browser for easily creating tasks from any webpage — or easily bookmarking them within Wrike.
While the app itself is free to download and use, users who want to get the most out of Wrike will have to sign up for a premium plan. The free version allows for collaboration with up to five users and has basic but usable features.
The professional plan for five users will cost roughly $600 per year and 15 users will set you back almost $1,200. There’s also an enterprise plan that can be customized to suit your business’s needs. Additional information and a feature breakdown of pricing plans can be found on the Wrike website.
The Android version of Wrike requires Android version 3.0 and up and is free to download from Google Play.
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