Review: Hub allows you to centralize to-do lists, calendars, etc. with your circles

Create a hub and manage shared tasks and events in a single-app interface.

Hub is a sort of project management tool for families and friends, allowing you to organize any number of tasks, lists, events, and photos into a single interface. While the app takes some time to set up and get used to, the number of features, the syncing nature of the app, and the way you can connect with and share very specific bits of information with people you've added to your hub is exceptionally useful.

To start, you'll need to register a new account, which requires your name, e-mail address, and a password. From there you can add contacts to your Hub, inviting them to download the app and get started. Once a hub is created, you have a number of options for sharing. By default, you can share from your calendar -- just select any event on it and click the "share with this hub" button. You can also create shared lists -- there are three added by default but you can create an unlimited number of them. The home screen is a sort of message board where you can add notes and photos, or chat with other users, as well. The interface is very intuitive and easy to use -- a perfect fit for a family.

If you need an app that will help you organize family events, tasks, and grocery lists into a single, easy-to-use interface, Hub is the app for you. Free to use and with no ads or pop-ups, Hub brings together every tool you need to maintain steady, synced-up conversation with your family or friends.

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