Asana For iPhone And iPad Updates With A New Interface And More Speed

iOS: Asana is one of our favourite to-do apps, and today the service unveiled new native apps for iPhone and iPad. Both are designed specifically for those devices, offer a speed boost, feature a streamlined interface, and have been rebuilt from the ground up.

The new apps look completely different from the previous versions, which served as a container and wrapper for Asana’s mobile web interface. Now you get a unified “Today” view that shows you everything you have on your plate today across all of your projects. You can easily add new tasks to any project from that view, or tap to review what’s on your agenda. One tap also brings up nice large buttons to add a due date, change assignees, swap projects, add notes or a description, tag the to-do, or add subtasks or attachments like files or photos (thanks to the app’s new camera support.)

The mobile experience with Asana is much improved. Asana also promises the new versions represent a speed improvement as well, and since they’re running natively. The new version is rolling out over the course of the day, and you can grab yours at the link below. Android users, an overhaul to your version of the app is scheduled next, so stay tuned.

Asana (Free) [iTunes App Store via The Asana Blog and The Next Web]

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