Download now the official Trello app for Windows 10
One of the most popular collaboration tools on the market, Trello is finally coming to the Windows Store. From now on, you’ll be able to manage all your daily tasks and responsibilities straight from your Windows 10 device, without being limited to a browser.
Trello took a different approach when preparing its Windows 10 app. Instead of developing a brand new app, the company acquired a popular Trello client, Paws for Trello. This approach probably saved a lot of time for the developers, and possibly some money. Although we don’t know the details of the deal.
We’ll also have to add that Trello’s method could serve as an example for other popular services which don’t have a Windows 10 app yet. Because there’s a third-party client for just about any major service out there, and some of them are very solid.
In case you’re not familiar with Trello, it’s one of the most popular project management and collaboration tools currently available. It’s very easy and effective to use, and most importantly, it’s completely free.
Up until now, Trello was limited to web browsers and mobile apps. That’s fine for some users, but some people would simply prefer a native Windows 10 experience. And now, they finally have that opportunity. However, as the Store page currently says, Paws for Trello is only available on PC, so Windows 10 Mobile users won’t be able to use it (yet?).
The app is still available in the Store as Paws for Trello. We still don’t know when will it be rebranded for good.
You can download Paws for Trello for free from the Windows Store.
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