Project management tools support decision making in organizations. This study aims to unveil the influences of agile and traditional methodologies in the design of these tools. The investigation started by identifying relevant applications, analyzing their characteristics, comparing them with the ones of the development methodologies, and discussing the influences adopted in the design of the applications. As main results, we highlight that a great part of the tools suffered influences from agile methodologies, especially the most recent ones, with collaborative and flexible characteristics, as well as hybrid influences, where a mix of contributions allows a good performance, both in documental projects and in more dynamic ones. It was possible to see that tools influenced exclusively by traditional methodologies are uncommon. It should also be noted that the knowledge gained about the tools characteristics facilitates and supports project management tasks.