In Pictures: 7 mobile apps that jump-start team collaboration

From conducting video meetings to coordinating to-do lists, these collaboration apps for iOS, Android and more will have your far-flung team working in sync in no time.

Producteev When your to-do items involve more than one person, things can become messy as you try to assign tasks to others or solicit updates. Producteev cuts through the clutter by providing powerful to-do list functionality that you can assign to and share with others. Data is stored on Producteev's SSL-encrypted servers.

You'll be able to alert your team when you assign a new task or update an existing one, as well as mark tasks with relevant tags and priority levels. All the features are regulated in a joint workspace where team members can easily catch up by tapping the Activity button to display a feed of all recent workplace tasks and updates.

Platforms: Android (beta), iOS Price: free for 2 users; $20/month for unlimited users

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