Asana, a teamwork and productivity application similar to Trello, has released a native Android app today, extending its reach beyond the HTML5 confines of the web. The app allows a team to stay synchronized by sharing scheduled tasks, messages, due dates, and more.
Here's a breakdown of Asana's main features:
GET ORGANIZED WITH TASKS
Create tasks quickly for yourself or a teammate. Add to-dos, reminders, and requests.
COMMUNICATE ABOUT WORK
Comment directly on tasks and get updates on the progress of your team's tasks and projects.
MANAGE THE DETAILS OF TEAMWORK
Track due dates, assignees, and notes on your tasks.
PLAN YOUR DAY
View and organize your task list. Re-order tasks as priorities and statuses change.
COMPLETE WORK ON-THE-GO
Swipe to complete tasks, which notifies your team that your work is finished.
As mentioned before, the app brings a fully native experience to Android, which should make it noticeably faster than before, and even follows Google's Material Design language for a beautiful touch. Additionally, the app will stay in sync with the web app if you're already using it. If you're impressed with Asana and would like to give it a shot for your team, you can grab the app from the Google Play badge above.