Trello in a blog post confirmed that it is now releasing its popular collaboration tool for Windows Desktop users. Trello users have already been using the app via the web and the same features are now available for Trello users on Windows Desktop.
Trello CEO Michael Pryor stated: The desktop app has been on our road map and something we’ve wanted to do, but as a scrappy startup we couldn’t do everything at once so we decided to focus on making our mobile and web experiences great for our users.”
Trello has been off late adding features like the ability to embed cards directly into Bitbucket, Microsoft Teams along with related card view for attached cards which shows details like due date, board and list status and more.
The Desktop app is said to be a web wrapper which is built using the Electron Framework and comes with features which are already available with the Web app. Trello has also confirmed that it has now reached 25 million user sign ups and the figure is expected to increase with the release of the Desktop application for Windows.