July '14 Mobile App Watch
Keep your team on track with Asana, a mobile (and Web) application that makes collaboration easier. Users are able to attach files from Dropbox and collaborate with up to 15 people on a single task simultaneously. With Asana, all changes are synced in real-time so users never miss important information like updated due dates, comments on tasks or new assignments.
If domains are top of mind, make sure to download the Estibot app for iOS devices. Through the app, users can get domain names appraised directly, access key metrics and data points (including search volume, CPC, PageRank, etc.) and research registrant information. Users can also leverage the app to access historical Whois snapshots to discover previous domain owners, view and search recent and historical domain name sales details and more.
Microsoft has made it easier for Windows Phone users to manage and share files, thanks to the launch of its new Files app. The relatively simple application is a useful management tool, which allows for access to files that are stored on the phone as well as files that are on an SD card. With Files, users can create folders for better organization, as well as search, copy and share files with contacts.
Foursquare split its business into two mobile apps, and its newest app, dubbed Swarm, is now available for download. Unlike Foursquare’s traditional app, which focuses on local business discovery, Swarm connects people with nearby friends. Users can find and message friends who are close by and even check in to venues.