For Project Management: Asana
(Free for up to 15 users; iOS, Android, desktop)
Sometimes you need a tool with a little more functionality than a daily planner. For example, if you are tackling a project that can last for quite some time, Asana is one of the best project management apps around.
Black Enterprise’s Social Media Manager, Sirita Wright, includes Asana in her arsenal of apps. “I use Asana for project management and Wunderlist for making a list that I end up transferring over to Asana!â€ she says.
Asana is great for teams working on projects, since they can set up workflows and check off each stage of a project as it’s completed. Projects and tasks can be filtered by due date, the team member to which they are assigned, and notifications are sent to the team as projects are updated.