Just by coincidence I saw an iPhone App about project management. Curious if there was more I did a small investigation. And I must say there was more than I thought. I found a couple of applications to get access to project management files of existing project management tools but most of the applications will help you to prepare for an exam like PMP or PRINCE2. Some applications are related to project management quotations and proverbs and some are complete books. I will give you my list.
PRINCE2 Foundation Exam Prep
This App contains 141 detailed questions and answers to prepare you for the PRINCE2 foundation Exam. Each answer is paired with a Key Takeaway to bridge the gap between conceptual knowledge and practical application.
Project Management Processes
For each PMBoK process, you will get quick access to the list of inputs, tools & techniques, outputs as well as some general information about were this process is described and used in the PMBoK.
Project Management Calculations and Formulas
Contains 100 tough questions using mathematical concepts and formulas based on the PMBoK 4th edition.
EVA, CPM, PV, FV, PERT, SD, VAR, EMV, ROI, NPV, IRR, BCR, PTA and much more
CetExam: Microsoft 70-281 Planning, Deploying, and Managing an Enterprise Project Management Solution
Q&A and interactive exams
Project Management Quotations
“Quotations” pertain to memorable sayings by famous individuals in the history of mankind, which are usually referred to as means of emphasizing an assertion when discussing a specific subject
Project Manager says …
This App provides a collection of project management proverbs that will be chosen randomly Some proverbs are just entertaining and some are really worth thinking about and sometimes they are even very educating.
97 Things Every Project Manager Should Know
Contains 97 short and extremely practical tips. You will learn how others have dealt with everything from managing teams to handling project stakeholders to runaway meetings and more.
Agile Project Management with Scrum
Best practices book from Microsoft by Ken Schwaber