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This article was published on November 8, 2013


CatchApp for iPhone helps managers track what their teams are working on

CatchApp for iPhone helps managers track what their teams are working on
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We’ve previously covered Hojoki’s efforts in the enterprise space, as it has gradually beefed out its newsfeed for cloud apps. Now, it’s looking to build on this groundwork with the launch of a brand new standalone app for iPhone.

CatchApp serves as a newsfeed for the workplace, offering users an easy way to catch up with everything the team is working on, connecting with Basecamp, Box, Dropbox, Evernote, GitHub, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Highrise, Twitter, Zendesk and more.

   

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You an set up a multitude of ‘lists’ that let you restrict your tracking to key criteria, based on tags, folders, notebooks and so on, and the app sends push notifications for any new update on a given list.

CatchApp can be used by freelancers, managers, and anyone involved in tracking a project, and makes it very easy to monitor processes across a myriad of people and apps. It also automatically creates reports based on recent team activity.

CatchApp provides the first one hundred updates for free each month, which it says should be enough for most users. But more updates can be bought, starting at a dollar per one hundred.

CatchApp | App Store

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