By Bogi Indra / / Android Apps

If you are a businessman, you will have so much activity that has to be done. But, what about your projects? Can you handle them alone? I think your answer is a big “NO” because we all already know that human needs each other to survive.

So, to handle your projects, you need several people to handle them. The next problem, you can’t meet with your trusted person every time, because of your bustle, even can’t to touch your laptop. This situation now can be solved with project management app for Android phone. Yes, just with your smartphone! Here you are 5 project management app which you can rely on:

1. Trello

Trello and its popular card/board solution are on Android to help you organize all of your tasks and teams. You can access all of your Trello boards, move cards around to prioritize tasks, add ‘to-do’ lists that you can check off when complete, and even attach files from file storage systems like Google Drive and Dropbox. Trello also can be synchronized with your smart watch, so you can manage your project directly from your  smart watch

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2. Asana: Team, Task And Project

Asana is one of the easiest ways for teams to track their work and get results. From tasks and projects to conversations and notifications. Asana enables teams to move work from start to finish. It’s simple to get started, but powerful enough to run your entire business. Asana allow you to create tasks, to-dos, reminders, and requests from anywhere in the app, create projects to organize your tasks, add due dates, assignees, followers, details, and files to your tasks, and comment on tasks from anywhere

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3. Wrike-Project Management

Successful product launches require more than just shipping your product on time. Support, sales, marketing, analytics, and others must work in harmony to produce an amazing launch.

Team-up with your clients directly with Wrike and you will be able to discuss with your team when you’re on the go, create, assign and schedule tasks with a fast process.Wrike also let you attach files from the phone, Google Drive, and Dropbox.  However, this app requires Android version 4.0 or later. So, keep your Android updated.

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4. Podio

Podio has developed a small business-friendly and easy-to-use project management app that also works on Android and iOS platforms. Podio provides essential features of a mobile project management app such as organizing Projects, tracking project status, and communicating with the team.

Podio is created with user-friendly interface, at the side menu, you can access all of your tasks, calendar, contacts workspace and also latest activity going on around your projects.



5. Smartsheet

You’re a traditionalist and prefer using spreadsheets to organize your projects? Please meet Smartsheet for Android. Smartsheet will give you familiar interface because all of the display of this apps is similar to spreadsheet. Because of the simplicity of this app, your team will be easy to “gets it” and hits ground running. But, don’t worry, a simple interface doesn’t mean minimal feature.

You can manage any kind of work (from simple lists to complex processes). You can also Attach files, set alerts, automate workflows, view Gantt charts, and more. But this app only compatible with Android 4.4 or later.



Managing project is very important to make a good result. With those project management apps, you will be able to improve your product outcome. You can choose one of them, which is suitable for your “taste”. But if you have another favorite project manager app on Android, please feel free to tell us!

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