Project management app?

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  1. iCrush

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    I am looking for a rock solid Project Management app. I have been looking in the App Store and see everything from free(you get what you pay for), to as much as 40 bones.

    Can anyone recommend such an application or recommend ones to avoid?

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  2. sch

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    I've been using SG Project for quite a few months, and now the more comprehensive version, SG Project Pro. This is the closest to real PM I've found for the iPad, and, it can exchange files with MS Project. They are very proactive in developing the app and in supporting it.

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  3. iCrush

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    I was never good at Simon Says, but when you spoke of SG Projects I thought I better do what Simon said. I opted for the non-Pro version. I will see how it goes, might get the Pro version if things work they way I am hoping.

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  4. taylormiles

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    Agile Web Development Project Management App

    New Player in the ipad Project Management space. Designed for web development, but could be used for general task management too.


    New player here.

    pivotaltracker

    I can't post links yet. Google it.
     
  5. appstar

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    Have you guys tried Gantt Lite for iPad? I thought it was pretty good and its free... The free version is a little limited, as in it will allow you to import only 2 of your plans... They also have a pro version, Gantt Pro and its quite fairly priced at $5.99 . The app is definitely worth a shot and a good alternative to SG Pro which is selling at $39.99.
    Note: Gantt Lite is a project plan viewer. So far that has worked for me as i rarely need to create a new plan on the move... most of the time i just need to carry my plans for meetings and take notes which i can do as well.. Settling for Gantt Pro saves me 30 odd dollars i would have to shell out for SG Pro

    Update:

    Create project plans with Project Planning Pro for iPad. Its very easy to add and schedule tasks. Provides a neat and interactive ms project style Gantt View. Supports all 4 types of task relationships and even auto schedules them. Whats more, its free to download and try with in-app purchase for unrestricted access.
     
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    OmniPlan came out today.

    I don't know how it will be on the iPad, but if they live up to the reputation of their previous iOS and OS X apps, then it should be somewhere between outstanding and supercalafragilistic.
     
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    Would you know of a good app to build timelines for project management?
     
  8. twerppoet

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    Did you look at OmniPlan? I'm pretty sure it will do so. One of the listed features is visual timelines.

    While I am somewhat familiar with a few of the Omni apps on OS X, I've never played with OmniPlan. I don't need this kind of app in my current line of non-work.
     
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  9. yellowhorse

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    I am looking at pagico but it has no ratings. The app is 50 for Mac and the iPad is 6.99. I'm sorry that equals 60 to me. What I'm tired of is the big sale and the huge letdown. But it looks cool. I started the trial on my Mac.
     

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