Los Angeles-based FileTrek, the developer of software which helps teams to track changes and updates in their projects, data, and documents, said Tuesday that it has released a new iPad application. According to the firm,the new FileTrek iPad app helps workgroup managers and team members to track the flow of projects, data, and activity from their iPad tablet. The new app is free. FileTrek is headed by Dale Quayle, a serial entrepreneur whose last firm, Integrien, was sold to VMware in 2010. FileTrek is venture backed by Anthem Venture Partners, Telesystem, and the Ontario Emerging Technologies Funds, and also has operations in Ottawa, Canada.