Platforms: iOS, Android
Unless you're a really lucky person, you probably had to work on a group project at some point in your life. Has there been a time when you thought you distributed the tasks perfectly only to realise that one particular task was not assigned to anyone and you happen to notice this just before the submission? If yes, then Trello is here to save you from all the hassle.
Trello, a project collaboration app launched in 2011, makes tracking of allocated work easy as well as fun. The app is fairly easy to use once you get the hang of it, but to walk you through the learning process, it comes with a how-to guide. In Trello, you get to create boards that consist of lists, and lists that consist of cards where you get to add comments, make checklists, upload attachments and set deadlines. It has cool features like mentioning members and dragging finished task in the “Done” list. You get to add as many teammates, boards, or cards as you want for free. The design is very basic and not suitable for complex projects since it doesn't have a time-tracking tool.
The premium features entail attaching bigger files, unlimited powerups using different apps, getting to add custom board background as well as ensuring the privacy settings of boards. So, the next time you're banging your head trying to assign the responsibilities, you know what to use.