- What is Quire?
We humans have a drive to achieve great things. It is in our bones.
And it is what Quire is born for.
Quire is a modern collaborative task manager made to help visionary teams with big ideas. Like yours.
- How is Quire different from others?
Confucius said, “The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.”
You who accomplish a dream do the same.
Quire helps break down your big ideas into smaller and smaller to-dos. Until they are feasible and essential enough for you to tackle a few at a time and get your dream going.
Simplicity has always been our No.1 priority. It has cost us nights after nights, making sure you do not waste time on learning and mastering the tool.
With such, you can focus on doing what you are meant to do, in as little time, with as little effort as possible.
- Who are the Quire team?
For years, we have tried dozens of tools to help us do what we do: develop amazing products together. But none of them satisfied us.
So, we decided to make one our own, one that would truly help teams turn ideas into greatness.
And so in August, 2014, we welcomed the birth of Quire.
- What is next for Quire?
Thanks to your feedback, we have many exciting new things waiting in line.
The first is Quire Mark II: the best Quire ever made to let you view and manage your tasks visually in a timely manner based on concepts like the Agile Methodology and even Kanban.
What is next is integrations and open API. We will connect with apps and devices you are already familiar with for them to work seamlessly together.
We are evolving faster than ever. For the latest news, updates and tips about Quire, you can follow us on Twitter.
- Is there an iOS or Android app for Quire?
The Android app is not available yet, but we have already got our eyes on it. Our RD team is exploring a new way to make it. We will roll it out as soon as it reaches our standards.
- How secure is Quire?
At Quire, we take security and privacy seriously.
All traffic on Quire runs on SSL/TLS, the most powerful and trusted protocol for secure communications.
Your data is stored in the United States by Amazon Web Services, and is backed up every few hours with copies stored in an off-site location for disaster recovery.
No one is allowed to access the data without written permission, and we only ask if it is really necessary for debugging.
So you can be sure your data is personal, and stays personal to you.