Rosyboa - Collaboration App 4+

3 Screens To Get Projects Done

Rosyboa Limited

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings
    • Free



RosyBoa is the ground-breaking collaboration tool backed by neuroscience

Project management is set to change forever thanks to a brain-centric collaboration framework. RosyBoa is an innovative collaboration framework that views projects from a human perspective. Focusing on project key actions, RosyBoa finds the fastest path for the brain to find, process and act upon information.

RosyBoa is a neuroscience-based collaboration tool for small or large teams which uses the Visual Aggregation Method for Organized Sequences to enable richer conversations, faster iterations and better information processing.

RosyBoa in action: the go-to collaboration app

RosyBoa uses a unique Visual Sequence Aggregation Method (patent pending). This helps users’ brains to process and categorize information most efficiently to power the next steps of a project. There are three basic screens: all projects, project key actions and focused conversations. These eliminate tedious channels such as email and endless chatrooms, allowing collaborators to zoom in and out of projects easily. There is no need to repeat conversations, scroll through old email chains or retype information for new users.

Whether you’re creating a marketing plan, arranging a group trip or even co-ordinating a festival, RosyBoa helps you visually break down your project into key actions to ensure no important information is missed.

RosyBoa is desktop and mobile-compatible, and also available to download as a mobile app.

What’s New

Version 1.2.7

- Performance update & improvements.
- Minor design improvement.
- You can now Bookmark an Action and put a note on it.
- Bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

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App Privacy

The developer, Rosyboa Limited, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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