January 10, 2016 in Productivity (F)
[prMac.com] Munich, Germany - New online task and project management tool, MeisterTask has managed to exceed all market expectations. Released in March 2015 by the collaboration experts at MeisterLabs, the company behind the award-winning mind mapping app MindMeister, the tool has already attracted 300,000 users.
MeisterTask's popularity among users was soon noticed by both Apple and Google. In November 2015 MeisterTask was prominently featured in Apple's App Store spotlight in the category "Best new apps" for the first time, shortly followed by a place in the Chrome Web Store. Both Google and Apple recalled MeisterTask at the end of the year and, independent of each other, selected MeisterTask for their "Best of 2015" roundups.
"We're absolutely overwhelmed," said MeisterLabs co-founder and managing director, Till Vollmer. "We knew we were entering a highly competitive market with MeisterTask, and that - in spite of the big success of our first tool MindMeister - we would basically have to start building a user base from scratch. But we also believed in our tested formula of simplicity, powerful features and a gorgeous design. The feedback we get from our users and the validation from the 'Best of 2015' roundups certainly indicate that we're on the right path."
Since MeisterTask's initial launch in March, MeisterLabs has released a vast number of additional features, integrations and apps for the task manager. Highlights include the workflow automation features 'Section Actions' as well as integrations with popular tools such as Slack, Zendesk and GitHub, to name just a few.
As a web application MeisterTask can be accessed and used directly in any standard web browser. Additionally, the tool offers free apps for Mac, iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. Windows and Android apps are planned to be released in 2016.
MeisterLabs develops smart and intuitive web apps. Their flagship products MindMeister and MeisterTask support a complete creative workflow from social brainstorming to collaborative task management. The company was founded by Michael Hollauf and Till Vollmer in 2006 and is headquartered in Munich, Germany, and Vienna, Austria. MeisterLabs is a Google for Work Premier Partner and a pioneer in developing Apple iOS applications. Copyright (C) 2016 MeisterLabs. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.