Teamwork is the key for businesses these days. Everyone needs to work together to get the job done and be productive.  Today’s review I am looking at Redbooth.  As I got into the app, it became clear to me that this review will be a little of everything, the app, the service, and company behind it.

Redbooth is a paid service which allow you to have a group of individuals work together virtually via online collaboration tools. When you first sign up, you will get a 30 day free trial to see how the service works and how you can use it for your business. I was pleasantly surprised to get a phone call for Redbooth, the day after I signed up. They called to answer any questions I had, provide some guidance, and help get me started.  This said a lot of me and definitely showed that Redbooth is commitment in helping your business succeed.

Redbooth is broken up into four main sections. I have listed them below and what each will do.

A. Dashboard
This is where you start each day. Here you will get a list of your tasks, any notifications, and links to the other sections.

B. Workspaces
This is the main aspect of the service. You can create different workspaces for your different projects. Each workspace, can made private (invite only) or open. Within the workspace, you can share files,  chat with co-workers (online or via email), and of course add notes and tasks.

C. HD Meetings
Within this section you can schedule a meeting or have one immediately. When scheduling a meeting, you can easily add it to a Google calendar.

D. Reports
In this section, you can get some nice analytics or summaries of your projects, based on workspace, user, calendar, etc.

Now that we have an idea of the service, lets take a look at the mobile app. (I tested this on my Android phone). The app connects to your existing online account. Any changes you make on the mobile device, will instantly sync online. With the app, you can quickly check out your tasks, workspaces, notfications, etc. The app has a nice clean, minimalist design. I had no problems navigating within the app, or finding the information I needed.

You will not allows be at your desk or main computer, so having a mobile app for your projects via Redbooth makes a lot of sense.

Overall I am very impressed with Redbooth, the service, the company, and its mobile app. If you run business and need to keep your team members connected, this is a tool you should consider.

Check out the trailer video below, plus a link to other tutorials and resources, plus a link to iTunes for iOS users.

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FYI: Resources, Tutorials

For iOS users, here is some info about the app in iTunes.

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Developer: Redbooth, Inc.
Price: Free
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Teamwork is the key for businesses these days. Everyone needs to work together to get the job done and be productive.  Today’s review I am looking at Redbooth.  As I got into the app, it became clear to me that this review will be a little of everything, the app, the service, and company behind it. Redbooth is a paid service which allow you to have a group of individuals work together virtually via online collaboration tools. When you first sign up, you will get a 30 day free trial to see how the service works and how you can use it for your business. I was pleasantly surprised to get a phone call for Redbooth, the day after I signed up. They called to answer any questions I had, provide some guidance, and help get me started.  This said a lot of me and definitely showed that Redbooth is commitment in helping your business succeed. Redbooth is broken up into four main sections. I have listed them below and…

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A great tool for business to help keep the team on the same page.

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Larry Sullivan

Larry has been writing Android and iOS app reviews for about 4+ years. In addition to app reviews, he conducts developer interviews, reports on new apps, and general mobile news. In addition to his own blog, App Review Central, Larry is a contributor to numerous other Android and iOS app review sites.

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