9 Cool Web Based Project Management Tools

Most of these useful project management tools are complex solution with integrated time management, collaboration, version tracking, code repositories, bug and issue tracking, etc. Since managing multiple project without any kind of system to keep track of activities and team members can lead you to failure. So try yourself some of these project management tools and tell in the comments which one suites your needs best.

Ultimate Client Manager

The most complete and easy to use Invoice, Customer and Project management system available.



It is an agile project management tool. It provides a real time overview of your project plan, instantly adjusting the project plan based upon your team’s prior performance. It aims to create an experience as instantaneous and interactive as the traditional tool for agile project management, the whiteboard.



It is a free web-based project management application made by Fog Creek Software. Trello is a collaboration tool that organizes your projects into boards. In one glance, know what’s being worked on, who’s working on what, and where something is in a process.



It is a great way for teams to work together and keep track of tasks on shared projects. It is incredibly simple to set up and use, yet provides complete visibility of task status and due dates, whether the task is a personal assignment or a key milestone in a major work project.



Gantter is a powerful, web-based Project Management Tool that requires no software to be installed and allows you to save and share your project schedules from their cloud!


Freelance Cockpit

You are a freelancer and you are searching for a tool which helps you to manage your business? Well, then don’t look any further! The idea behind Freelance Cockpit 2 is to provide a tool for every freelancer to bring all important informations together.



Sprintly is project management software that brings in the entire corporation to the software development process by showing managers and non-engineers a top-level view of what the programmers are doing.



Solo is a project management app with a difference: It’s beautiful. Designed and built by U.K-based company Thrive with solo creative freelancers in mind , Solo’s clean, attractive design means that it’s much nicer to look at than most clunky project management apps.



Teambox is an open source project management software solution that offers strong competition to other solutions in the marketplace.



  1. Yamini Sharmasays:

    You should also include Brightpod (http://brightpod.com). It’s a kickass tool and is built specifically for marketers

  2. intervalssays:

    This is a great list of slimmed down and simplified project management apps. Great for getting started with getting your business organized. Also take a look at our app Intervals (www.myintervals.com), a great app for when you need project, task, and time management all rolled into one app.

  3. Gtdagendasays:

    We would recommend checking out Gtdagenda for an online GTD manager.

    You can use it to manage your goals, projects and tasks, set next actions and contexts, use checklists, and a calendar.
    Syncs with Evernote, and also comes with mobile-web version, and Android and iPhone apps.

  4. Renesays:

    Check out Breeze (http://breeze.pm), it’s Trello and Basecamp mashup. Also adds some extra functionality like time tracking, reporting, calendars etc.

  5. Michael Dorsiaksays:

    another tool that should be considered is what I use ( http://www.paymo.biz ) I looked almost at all of the tools on the list when I was looking for a project management tool last year, but I guess the best tool is the one that fits you best.

  6. Mark Hirschsays:

    Another tool is CreativeWorx TimeTracker (http://www.creativeworx.com), which is an automatic time capture system. It automatically captures how time is spent by anyone using a combination of Adobe Creative Suite tools, Microsoft Office tools, calendar and more. It can then generate a timesheet for adjustment & submission…or it can push the data to your favorite timesheet/invoicing solution.

  7. If you want try something different – check out http://www.casual.pm is a visual project management app where teams create and execute project workflows.

  8. PM Hutsays:

    Ultimate client manager looks more like a file listing rather than a project management tool. They should definitely reconsider their UI.

  9. Guestsays:

    I find Replicon’s timesheet software as the most hassle free & simple to use cloud based app that can be accessed both via web or mobile.

  10. NealFordasays:

    Trello + Bitrix24 = the most amazing free productivity combo in the history of humanity

  11. Danielsays:

    Currently I use a combination of proofhub, basecamp and highrise for online collaboration, project and contact management.

  12. Jimmysays:

    I have been practising many of these apps since I bought my first iphone and ipad. But now I am fully committed to proofhub. This software contains both free package and a paid package. You can try this software for free, then pick a plan that suits your needs.

  13. dikshasays:

    There could be various tools in town that shall help you in easy time & project management, however I would suggest the best app that I came across for better time tracking has been Replicon’s project time management software which has been so very hassle free & being cloud based, can be accessed both via web & mobile browsers.

  14. Michael Washingtonsays:

    Above list contains good web based project management tools, but I wonder Timelive is missing. Timelive is really the most effective and reliable time tracking application.

    URL: http://www.livetecs.com/

  15. Ulises Clevelandsays:

    We use Google Suite + Slack + Hitask for project, tasks, document management, and collaboration.

    Everyone knows Google and Slack so I’ll share Hitask’s link for all of us https://hitask.com

  16. Adriansays:

    Great list, if you decide to publish an updated list of the current most popular tools I’d suggest including https://nuvro.com/ – it’s a project and team management platform used by many companies.

  17. Megan Walesays:

    I would recommend Proofhub for project management. Its a must have tool for your project to manage all your work and task.

  18. Luminitasays:

    Hi guys,

    I used Trello, for simple projects,in my spare time, because of the cute interface; at work I`m using elapseit; it helps me with time sheets, time management,resource planning andthe final step – invoicing.

  19. I personally love Asana for project management and project planning, but all of these are great tools. I actually wrote my own review for Asana, and talked about some of their recent introductions, such as the timelines as well as the fairly new Portfolios dashboard. Thought you might find it useful: https://productivityland.com/review/asana/


  20. Lindasays:

    I’m using Accountsight’s time tracking software for last 1 year and it’s very easy to use. Plus their online support is awesome, if you ever stuck with any issue they’ll help you out to resolve it in no time.

    Url = https://www.accountsight.com

  21. What I like about your list is some of the names are really not very popular. I’m always on the look out for newish tools. Its all about your style of working. I wrote about some project management apps. Hope it helps. https://www.appsranked.com/best-project-management-software/

  22. Dan Deckersays:

    Out of all the awesome project management tools that you’ve shared here, I think I love Trello the most. It’s very easy to use and I was able to quickly onboard my team of 12 people working remotely from around the world. We have clear visibility on each deliverable. Plus, Trello also helped with us unifying our tech stack (we used some of its many integrations to bring our favorite apps together, e.g. Dropbox, Google Drive, and Harvest).

    I have also been using Notion lately, and love how flexible it is. Really getting used to working inside Notion’s list view. Anyway, thanks for sharing!

  23. Noahsays:

    I think Basecamp should also be there in this list. Very friendly tool for project management.

  24. You have shared some excellent information on project management software. I’m looking for information about project management software and found your site to be quite helpful. Hoping you’ll post anything new soon. Please continue to share similar content. Many people will benefit from it in their various tasks.

  25. Miasays:

    I recommend kanbantool.com . I’ve used it for a couple of years and still think it’s very helpful.

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