Central Desktop Goes Mobile

Pasadena-based Central Desktop, the online provider of project management and other business tools, said this week that it has launched a set of mobile apps. The apps, which run on Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPod, Android, and BlackBerry devices, allow Central Desktop's customers to access the site's various features directly from their mobile phone. The firm said the access comes via apps on the iPhone and Android, and via mobile browser support on the BlackBerry and other mobile phones. Central Desktop said the new mobile apps allow users to access files, post status updates, manage tasks, and more all from their mobile device.