6Wunderkinder, developers of the highly acclaimed Wunderlist application for OS X and iOS devices, have launched a new app on the iOS App Store that is tied to their new Wunderkit service. Essentially Wunderkit is a project and task managing platform that can either be used individually or collaboratively by groups.
I’ve been playing about with the Wunderkit beta site for a while now and, now that the beta has just gone into public release, everybody will get to enjoy it as well. It’s actually a really excellent productivity tool and social workspace, particularly for groups of people who work in teams on various projects. You can also tie in with Twitter or Facebook to invite your friends to work collaboratively on a project.
If you’ve ever used the Wunderlist app then you’ll have some idea as to how user friendly, functional and reliable it is (I ditched EverNote in favor of it). The new platform comes in both free and paid ($4.99 per month) forms. The Pro version gives users several extra features like unlimited collaboration, priority support, no ads and unlimited workspaces.
Naturally, given that the developers are 6Wunderkinder, you can expect full support cloud sync, availability on iOS and OS X and a clean, informative user interface. New users are given 90 days of access to the Pro version before reverting to the Free version.