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    Ten Notable Google Project Management Apps

    Project managers have long relied on specialized tools to track project tasks, assignments and milestones and keep team members up to date on deadlines and project activities. With the proliferation of the cloud and software-as-a-service apps, access to these necessary tools has never been easier. In particular, the Google Apps Marketplace features a wide variety of apps that are designed to integrate well with Google’s core group of products, including Gmail, Docs, Drive, and Calendar – giving project managers the capability of capturing and coordinating all relevant project communication and activities.

    In this slideshow, we’ve pulled together 10 highly rated project management apps from the Google Apps Marketplace that could provide you with the organization needed to successfully complete your next project.

    Interested in more project management apps? Be sure to check out 10 Top Google Project Management Apps.

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    Google Apps for Project Management

    Click through for 10 project management apps that could help you successfully complete your next project.

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    Wrike

    Wrike is a real-time workspace where teams collaborate to get the job done. The program provides a complete view of your team’s workload and deadlines, which can help everyone perform their best, no matter where they’re located. With Wrike, users can manage an unlimited number of tasks, projects and collaborators in one workspace. Wrike integrates with Gmail, Drive, Calendar, Dropbox, Microsoft Project, and includes mobile apps for both iPhone and Android.

    Cost: Free for up to five users / Additional plans start at $49 per month

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    Zoho Projects

    Zoho Projects is a free online project management tool that provides better collaboration and bug tracking modules. You can set tasks, milestones, task dependencies, assign ownership and keep an eye on progress to ensure your project is completed on time. You can also track time spent on projects and generate reports that analyze the performance of your team. Additionally, the app provides built-in chat rooms and online wikis for collaboration with colleagues and clients.

    Cost: First project is free / Express – $20 per month / Premium – $35 per month / Enterprise – $80 per month

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    Harvest

    Harvest is a simple time tracking application that makes it fast and convenient for businesses and freelancers to track time. Harvest provides one-click time tracking that can be accessed from anywhere – on a PC, Mac, mobile device or desktop widget. You can even track time via Twitter, Gmail and other popular apps such as Zendesk. Automatic reminders can also be set up to prompt employees to submit their timesheets on time.

    Cost: 30-day free trial / Solo – $12 per month / Basic – $49 per month / Business – $99 per month

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    RapidTASK

    With RapidTASK, users can create unlimited to-do lists for themselves, share them with others, and delegate tasks to anyone’s email address. RapidTASK allows you to track projects with email alerts and syncs with Google Docs, Email and Calendar.

    Cost: Free

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    Kerika

    Kerika is a task board designed specifically for distributed teams, and it works beautifully with your Google Apps, in any browser, on any laptop or tablet, anywhere, anytime. Users can set up projects as you like, including Kanban, Scrum, Scrumban or Whiteboards, using custom workflows for each project and your own personal library of process templates. The app allows you to drag and drop files onto cards from your desktop, which are then stored and organized on your Google Drive account. Create as many projects as you like, and keep them private or public. Each project can have its own team, and each team can have its own set of project leaders, team members and visitors. As people come and go from your projects, or change roles, their access to your Google Drive files is automatically managed.

    Cost: Standard – free for up to five people / Professional – $7 per user per month

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    GroupCamp Project

    GroupCamp Project is a Web-based project management software designed for internal and client projects. It includes strong email integration, and is available in English, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese and more. Users can share files, create and assign tasks with due dates, create milestones, create online discussions and keep track of time spent on tasks.

    Cost: 30-day free trial / Plans start at $49 per month

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    SQRES

    SQRES is a Web-based service management app that helps you keep customers updated, assign work to your team, and track everything from any computer at any time. With the SQRES dashboard, you can arrange and rearrange squares any way you like to see what’s been assigned and what hasn’t, what’s due tomorrow and what’s past due. Once work is assigned, your team gets an email from the SQRES task management app with all the work details, including a link to Google Maps – so they’ll know exactly where to go and how to get there.

    Cost: Basic – Free / Premium $37 per month

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    Pivotal Tracker

    Pivotal Tracker is a simple, story-based project management tool that allows software development teams to collaborate and react to feedback in real time. Built by Pivotal Labs, it embodies proven agile methods based on real-world experience on hundreds of large-scale commercial software development projects. Users can access the app via the Google universal navigation, share Google Docs with other project members, share the same view as everyone else, and react to all project changes in real time.

    Cost: 60-day free trial / Plans start at $7 per month

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    Redbooth

    Redbooth is a simple and intuitive collaboration and communication platform that provides a single place for shared tasks, discussions, file sharing, group chat and HD videoconferencing. The app allows for unlimited projects and team members, and can be used to prioritize tasks and set deadlines on Gantt charts. Mobile apps are available for iOS and Android.

    Cost: 30-day free trial / Plans start at $49 per month

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    ZilicusPM

    ZilicusPM is a complete project management solution that is quick and easy to use. Designed to be highly intuitive and incredibly fast, ZilicusPM helps users in more than 55 countries to collaborate, plan, monitor, control and deliver projects. ZilicusPM features include online project planning, interactive Gantt charts, budget, expense and cost management, resource management, issue tracking, meeting manager, timesheet track, document manager, a dashboard and reports.

    Cost: 30-day free trial / Plans start at $19.95 per user per month

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