Today, Wrike announced the release of its new native Android mobile app that brings the best of its project management and collaboration solution onto Android devices. Developed from square one to leverage the latest interaction model in Android OS, the new Wrike Android app is all about increased speed and stability, as well as a sharp user interface. Users can easily create tasks on the go, schedule projects on an interactive Gantt chart and collaborate in real time, allowing for increased productivity no matter where they are. It's a big step forward in product evolution from the previous hybrid native/HTML5 application.
"Last year, we released a beautiful mobile app using HTML5, and now, we're taking it further with a complete rewrite into native code," said
Wrike's new mobile project management app for Android allows users to create, schedule, edit and discuss tasks on the go. Project schedules can be easily adjusted on an interactive mobile Gantt chart in a couple of taps. With the push notifications, everyone stays in the loop regarding work updates. Users can attach files from their phone,
The new app is free for all Wrike users and runs on Android version 2.3 or later. To try Wrike's new native project management app for Android, download it from the Google Play store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wrike.
Wrike is the leading online project collaboration software. It provides teams with a unique platform for real-time collaboration on multiple projects in one workspace. Wrike's collaboration features give a significant productivity boost to thousands of companies all over the globe.
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