Freedcamp, a Project Management Tool

Freedcamp is free web-based project management software for single and multiple users that allows them to successfully complete any project. It was designed to manage multiple project tasks and the platform is free for an unlimited number of projects and users. All users are provided with a certain number of basic applications with core features when they sign up and they can add additional applications if they need later. The platform is also PC and Mac compatible and there are applications for Android and iOS.


With free Freedcamp’s core apps, users can assign tasks to people and set milestones, track time spent on different tasks, use discussion boards, and a schedule specific event on the calendar. Here are Freedcamp’s free apps:


  • Tasks - Shared lists of tasks with subtasks
  • Milestones – Setting deadlines
  • Tasky - List of private tasks
  • Password Manager - Storing passwords securely
  • Time - Time tracking
  • Calendar - Event scheduling
  • File Storage - Advanced management of file system
  • Discussions - Forum boards


Freedcamp offers unlimited storage for free and users have to pay if their file size exceeds the limit of 10MB. There are pricing plans for business use cases that offer additional storage per file and more of paid features. Here are some examples of Freedcamp’s paid apps: Wiki, Invoices, Issue Tracker, CRM, Custom Fields, and Gantt Charts. Paid plans support 3rd party integrations with Dropbox, Google Drive, and Google Calendar.


Currently, Freedcamp is used by more than a million of users globally for business and personal needs. Freedcamp is used as a project management solution is in large companies in such markets as telecommunications, retail, manufacturing, IT services, interior design, engineering, architecture, advertising, and more. Some of Freedcamp’s clients are Zynga, Nike, Chase, Google, Apple, Deloitte, PayPal, and Airbnb. Students and teachers at major universities, including Stanford University, also use Freedcamp for their classroom projects.