Developer: Trello, Inc.
Current Version: 2.9.9
Last Updated: 3 days ago
Download Size: 68.4 MB - Download
Trello gives you perspective over all your projects, at work and at home.
Bring Trello to Mac in a dedicated workspace. The Trello Desktop App features native notifications, powerful enhancements and more - away from the distractions of your browser.
Stay productive with a beautiful minimal interface that doesn’t get in the way of your work.
Create new cards instantly from anywhere with a Quick Add window.
Get notified whenever there’s new activity in any of your Trello boards.
Work on multiple boards at once with multiple windows.
Set a global shortcut that opens the main window from anywhere.
Navigate between your starred boards with a quick shortcut.
Use Touch Bar to view starred boards, create new cards, and open new windows.
All Trello shortcuts work just like the web, including keyboard shortcuts, drag & drop and more.
Some useful Trello shortcuts:
Ctrl+Alt+Space - Open Quick Add window to quickly create a card (customizable)
Cmd+Shift+N - Create another window
Right-click on card - quick edit menu
Cmd+Alt+C - Copy URL of current open card or board
Cmd+Alt+V - Open any Trello card or board by pasting it into the app from your clipboard
Cmd+Alt+T - Open app from anywhere (customizable)
Cmd+1-9 - Quick access to your Starred Boards
Cmd+Shift+B - Open Boards page
Cmd+D - Open Default Board
Whether it's managing a team, writing an epic screenplay, or just making a grocery list, Trello is your sidekick for getting things done and staying organized.
"Trello is an awesome project management tool that makes collaboration easy and, dare I say, even fun."
With Trello you can:
• Create boards to organize anything you're working on
• Use them solo or invite coworkers, friends and family to collaborate
• Customize workflows for different projects
• Add checklists of "To-Dos" on cards
• Assign tasks to yourself and coworkers
• Comment on items with your friends
• Upload photos and videos
• Attach files
• Display cards in a calendar view with the Calendar Power-Up
• Trello is free to use forever with options to upgrade to Gold for loads of extra fun and functionality
Rising up, back on the beat
Fixed issues, with some notifications
Text in card descriptions, now easy to highlight
Just some bugs and our will to fight
So many times it happens too fast
New Export Logs to tell the story
Don't lose your focus on the Trello app
with Quick Add you can keep it alive
It's release note time
It's the thrill of the night
Bug fixes and some improvements
And our tired engineer
Can go home for the night
But he's watching for bugs with the eye of a husky
Most Helpful Reviews
Finally, Trello out of my browser! - I’ve been wanting this as a separate app for a long time. And while neither the web app or the new desktop app have my top feature request (please, let me move cards up and down in column by keyboard shortcut), this is a great way to use Trello.
Nothing native about this - This is nothing more than a web page wrapped in a container. I’ve been doing the same thing forever using Fluid.
More Reviews for Current Version
Great App - I love Trello - I use it for my own projects and whenever I need to coordinate work with someone else, even to the point of coordinating things that need to be done between me and my wife. This app is quick and responsive. I love that I get the same functionality as I would in the web, but it’s more native and I can pick a key combination to bring it up or add a card whenever I want without even touching my mouse. It works well and synchs without me having to initiate anything. This is a great, lightweight app that does what is intended quickly and easily and without getting in the way of your workflow.
Removing Features - Removed the text on labels feature, which was my primary reason for using this app.
Useful for most day-to-day Trello work but will still end up logging into the website. - I've been using the Trello.app for a couple weeks and have to say I like the persistent window but the fact it doesn't respond to Trello links and lose the value of a few browser extensions to augment a few small annoyances. For a free app it's worth installing and good for most usages but there will still be a need to log in to the web ui more often than I'd like but not a deal breaker. Once the app is integrated to respond to Trello URL requests then this will be a fantastic replacement from having to log into the website and I can update this to a 4 star review. I'm not sure how this would work in the native app but one thing that is useful is having multiple cards open in several tabs. If there was a way to open multiple cards in the same view that would be useful (at least to me). :)