With teams located all over the place, it can be really difficult for companies to manage workforces. Thankfully, there’s lot of Android collaboration software out there, designed to help manage teams and work on projects with others wherever you are.
These Android collaboration apps also help streamline and simplify teamwork on a global scale to improve efficiency and communication. Most tools require a subscription to a cloud-based collaboration software service to get the most out of the features available. Some also offer free apps for Android with limitations imposed depending on the account you’ve signed up for
Here are 6 of the best Android collaboration tools to bring your teams closer together and push your company further.
Asana for Android enables individuals and teams to follow work from start to finish and makes it very easy to do so while not skimping on powerful reporting features. Much like apps such as Wrike, ProWorkflow, and LiquidPlanner, Asana includes a wide range of tools to create tasks, to-dos, reminders and requests from anywhere in the app.
As a student I’m always taking notes on the go thanks to a small notepad and pen that I keep with me almost all the time. The problem is that you can always forget your notepad or your pen could run out of ink. However, one thing that you never forget is your smartphone.
A great number of applications on the Play Store can act as your notepad, but there’s one that caught my eye. Catch Notes is a great way to create, manage and share notes. Not only that, but Catch is designed for collaborative note talking – perfect for any small project you might be cooking up with your friends and colleagues.
In a fast-paced world, it is essential to have a top-notch organization tool for every project you’re involved in. There is no better tool that meets this requirement for groups and individuals alike than Trello. Maybe you’re with a group of people and need a way to completely organize all the assignments required to complete a project, or maybe you’re an individual with ideas constantly swarming around their head like me. No matter who you are or who you work with, Trello should be an essential part of your organization strategy.
The number of online file storage solutions is on a meteoric rise. That’s a good thing in two ways: first, the buzz they generate is creating a lot of awareness about the importance of backing up files before the disaster strikes; second, they make secure and redundant storage space available at throwaway prices.
Dropbox is the crowd favorite, but is pricey if you try to add more storage. Equally good competing apps are available in the market at affordable prices and Box is a pioneering dark horse. Box lets you store all of your content online, so you can access, manage and share it from anywhere. Let’s see how best it can be put to use while on the go!