Asana Finally Gives Android Users a Native App

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Asana, the popular teamwork productivity app, finally has a native Android app. For those of you who have had the unfortunate pleasure of using the previous HTML5 app, you know how big of a deal this is. The new app took six months to make, not only because the Asana team wanted to get it right, but also to make sure it kicked booty. The new app marries Asana’s visual design with “the best of Google’s new Material Design,” along with months of research and development. 

Asana is app used for collaboration on projects, to keep track of tasks and due dates, and just about anything else your company or group of friends is currently working on. Team productivity apps are pretty awesome if you have small or large teams. In fact, the DL staff uses one to stay organized on a daily basis.

As you will see in the screenshots included in this post, the app really tries to adopt current Android design guidelines to keep the overall look familiar. You can find more information about the new app at the source link below.

Asana users, tell us what you think about the new app.

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Via: Asana



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