Wishing to be more organized with your never ending list of tasks this year? Try getting an organizer or planner app, they say.
Sure there are lots of them but only few are actually effective in healing procrastination present in almost every human. That’s why others simply switch back to pen and paper in the hope of keeping their task list more accessible- but, later holding regrets for the lost list. Good thing is another startup which may save our hopes for organizer apps is launched today with the promise to heal the poor mindset of a procrastinator.
The fact is that no matter how many productivity apps you have, you’ll always end up discourage seeing the endless rows with uncompleted tasks every day. DropTask aims to correct this popular mistake by not pulling off traditional lists altogether thus, freeing you from the hassle for complicated lists. The UK- based company also provides easy drag and drop options and categorizes tasks according to colors, also filtering deadlines and priorities. These shapes are resizable and extensible in adding specific people for a certain project/ task. Members also enjoy switching of views if they wish, including the information on the circle view. The layout can upgrade productivity by splitting large projects to small, minute tasks.
DropTask is originally a web- based tool but today, it is available on iPad and iPhone for $2.99 and $4.99 respectively.
Among DropTask’s major competitors include Trello, Asana, and Wunderlist. For visually- oriented people which DropTask also focus on, iMindMap and iThoughts are its competitors for this aspect.
The company aims to set itself apart with not just its color- based UI but also by being simple and easy to manage, such that large projects can find this a better tool.
The app is also ideal for small teams with its rich set of collaboration features. DropTask also plans to launch a PRO version of the product which will include project templates and an inbox feature to deliver notifications and emails to the app. Currently, the team develops management and user permission to allow project owners and collaborators gain control over what other people can view and update changes. They’re also working with the Android version of the app recently.