Wrike’s iOS app allows you to stay on top of your projects and connect with your team on the go. The application is available as a free download and is supported by iPhone, iPad, and iPod devices with iOS 9+.
Once logged in you'll be able to create and edit tasks and collaborate with your colleagues right from your mobile device.
Please note, some data is cached and temporarily available when you go offline, but not all changes are synced when you go back online. As a result, we recommend working online only.
|Add a Folder/Project Color||-|
|Convert Folder into Project||-|
|Delete a Folder/Project||-|
|Share a Folder/Project||+|
|Starred Folders||+ (you can view, but not add/remove Folders from the section)|
|Add/edit start and due dates||+|
|Add tasks to a Folder/Project||+|
|Add time entry||+ (manual entry only, no time tracker)|
|Approvals||+ can review, but can't add a file to review|
|Comments (view and post)||+|
|Description field||+ (not a live editor)|
|Proofing||+ (view and add dot comments)|
|Share a task||-|
|Time Tracker View||-|
|Push notification settings||+|
|Custom Fields||- (can't view or create)|
|Filters (all except Proofing and Approvals)||+|
|Invite new users||-|
|Log in with Google||+|
|Log in with SSO||+|
|Offline||+/- (see below)|
When working offline you'll be able to access some data which was stored during your current session*.
- If you’ve opened My Work, Inbox, or Dashboards while online, you’ll be able to view those lists while offline.
- You cannot click on a Folder/Project to see all the tasks from that location in a list (even if you clicked on that Folder/Project while online).
*Please note, your phone begins storing data starting from when you log in to your current session, but if you log out or restart your phone, then you will have to reopen Folders while online in order to be able to access them offline.