Asana today announced version 2.0 of its iPhone app, which has been “redesigned and rebuilt” from the ground up. You can grab the latest release from the official Apple App Store.
If there’s one element of Asana’s product that has left a lot to be desired it’s mobile. Quite simply, it’s not been good enough but here’s what Asana is promising in the new version:
A totally new design.
A new native interface for adding and editing tasks.
The ability to add or edit due dates, notes, tags, followers, recurring schedules and projects for any task.
Asana says this update “brings the power of the desktop version to the iPhone” and also “comes with big boosts in usability and speed.”
Asana assures its users that this is just the beginning and it’ll be adding more polish and features to the app in coming weeks.
Asana was co-founded in 2008 by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein. The product started off as a side project of Moskovitz’s at Facebook. He eventually ended up focusing exclusively on it and building an internal team to continue the development of the product. Facebook still use the original tool Moskovitz built internally.