Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Productive Android Apps

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Android has crept into businesses and boardrooms in a big way, easily competing with Apple and gaining popularity as time goes on. But which apps will make you more productive and efficient in the workplace? With so many apps to choose from, it can be difficult to find the best tools to make your life easier.
We’ve assembled a list of the most popular and useful Android apps so that you don’t have to waste your time searching the store, and added some alternatives if our suggestions aren’t cutting it.

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Inbox by Google

Google’s newest email client has organizational features that up the ante from Gmail’s more cluttered design. Highlights help you find the most important information without even having to open a message and similar emails are bundled together for focused content. With a snooze option and reminders, you’ll never forget to get back to a message or task.
If you find important messages lost in the masses or have ever forgotten to reply to a message after reading it, Inbox provides useful tools to keep you on task.




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Invoice2go Pro

Create and send professional invoices using a variety of templates from your Android device. Save receipts, sign documents, generate statements, keep a calendar, enter location information, and scan information to help keep your business organized. Real-time charts provide a visual representation of how your business is performing as well. Create three invoices for free with Invoice2go with an option to upgrade to Invoice2go Pro.
If you have trouble keeping information organized and need a more comprehensive and professional way to track money owed, money paid, and money received, this is the app for you.




tinyScanner.jpgTiny Scanner Pro

Scan anything you need to, including documents, photos and receipts, and save it as a PDF file to store and share however you like. This way, important files and documents are backed-up and easily shareable with co-workers and clients. The app allows you to store PDFs in various cloud services such as Dropbox and Evernote, send over email and more, with password protection and various customisation options.
Tiny Scanner Pro is perfect for high quality scans of anything, from anywhere, using just your smartphone. As well as scanning documents to send electronically, a good portable scanner allows you to backup and store important information to access at your convenience.



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Cabinet BETA


For business users, a good file manager is an essential way of keeping things organised and tidy on your device, and this free app allows you to keep things from getting messy. Easily view your files in list or grid display options, search files, and view content according to media type.
A user-friendly, minimalist file manager that requires very little configuration to help  you get on with what needs done.




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LastPass Password Manager

Keep all of your passwords in one place with the “vault” where you can view, edit, organize, and delete data as necessary. Once you’ve created your account, LastPass prompts you to save new information and will auto-fill logins in the future so you never have to worry about forgetting information again. Automatic syncing keeps your information up to date and at your fingertips. You can even create credit card profiles to make online shopping a breeze while keeping everything secure.


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Find out what’s eating up your cloud space—whether it’s Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, or MEGA—with this tool to analyse, manage, and declutter your storage. Identify which files or folders are taking up the most space and what type of file is most common, get rid of duplicate files, and see when files were last changed with Unclouded.
If your storage is feeling a bit cluttered, this app  will help you sort through the mess.