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ftrack Releases dedicated App for iOS and Android

ftrack Go offers all the power and perspective of project management right in your pocket.

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN -- ftrack, the project management and tracking solution for creative industries, has released its dedicated Android and iOS app, ftrack Go. ftrack Go provides access to creative collaboration wherever its users happen to be.

Supervisors, producers, artists and freelancers can use the app to check task assignments, change status, post comments, and log time – all through an interface designed with simplicity and accessibility in mind. ftrack Go is like having an entire ftrack server in your pocket, you’ll never miss a beat.

Whether travelling between shoots, working on location, or simply stopping off for a coffee, ftrack Go will enable creative professionals at any level to view the progress of a project, wherever they may be.
Just as with the desktop version, users of ftrack Go will be able to make notes, change status and log time, ensuring they stay up to date with the most recent developments in their work.

Planning, scheduling and media review will remain limited to ftrack’s desktop version. Outside of this, the ftrack Go app offers the same ftrack experience via a simpler, easier, and more accessible on-the-go interface.

Mackevision commented, “We are very much looking forward to using ftrack Go! It will support us a great deal and make our art directors’ approvals independent from their workstations. Our consultants and colleagues working off-site will now also be able to track their working hours with their phones – it’s a huge benefit for the whole company”

“With ftrack Go, users can take advantage of all the power, perspective and organizational ability of our desktop version, but on the go. Our powerful cloud-based solutions, combined with the ease of use of a smartphone, has enabled us to further empower our users when it comes to always-on project management,” said Fredrik Limsater, ftrack CEO

Source: ftrack

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.