Having an Android device with the right set of apps, you can be twice much productive. Everything from sharing files to creating documents and tracking your health to tracking your expenses, productivity apps make life easier for users.
PushBullet: Push bullet is an innovative app with great features, which can be used to copy something from your PC Clipboard to your mobile. With you PC and mobile perfectly synced, continue browsing on your device from where you left off on your PC. Push Bullet makes it much simpler to transfer links, files and text from your PC to mobile device.
Dropbox: In the top of this list is one of the best productivity apps for your android device. It is a file sharing and cloud storage app. There are many options including backing up the pictures from your smartphone as well. If you are collaborating with someone who’s miles apart, Dropbox makes it easy for you to exchange necessary files, on the go too. You can also increase the cloud space capacity with their referral campaign. Alternative: Google Drive.
TrueCaller Trucaller lets you search beyond your phonebook, identify unknown incoming calls, block calls you don’t want to receive, and make relevant contact suggestions based on time and place – so you never have to leave the service to find the right contact. It is the definitive app for your device.
Google Docs/Sheets/Slides: Create, edit, and collaborate with others on documents from your Android phone or tablet with the free Google Docs app. With Google Docs you can:
– Create new documents or edit any that were created on the web or on another device.
– Share documents and work together with others in the same document at the same time.
– Open, edit, and save Microsoft Word documents and much more
Wordweb: Often, vocabulary takes a back seat when you are working on content for a project. Having a dictionary proves to be helpful while coming up with good content. Wordweb is helpful to both professionals to create quality content for various projects and students to excel in academics. With the new mobile version of the dictionary app, it has since become a very handy tool. Alternative: Merriams Webster Dictionary.
Walnut: Walnut analyses your SMS inbox to surface important information like expenses, bills and tickets. Have you recently lost track of your expenses? Have you tried bookkeeping and failed miserably? Walnut does everything for you without compromising on security. Walnut tracks all your expenses from your SMS inbox, consolidate everything and shows you in a well-designed chart. You can track all your expenses in one go, compare it with your monthly expenses and even split expenses with your friends.
Moon Reader: With the increase in popularity of E-Readers, students have been resorting to soft copies of textbooks and other learning materials. While everything you need would be at your fingertips online and the option to save a copy and view it offline has made a large difference. PDF’s are still the widely known format for books and epub formats comes a close second. With Moon Reader you can have as many books stored right in your phone for offline reading as well.
TrueCaller Truecaller lets you search beyond your phonebook, identify unknown incoming calls, block calls you don’t want to receive, and make relevant contact suggestions based on time and place – so you never have to leave the service to find the right contact. It is the definitive app for your device.
ES File Explorer: Manage and organize your files easily with this brilliant File Manager. ES file manager also features a ‘Hide’ option with which you can hide the file from your File System for security purposes. Users can even access files over the WiFi if it is synced with your PC or Network HDD.
Evernote: Evernote is probably the most preferred and essential tool for both professionals and students alike. It is one of the best note taking apps that is available on the android market. Having options for creating customized notebooks and syncing it with your web app and mobile app, you will be able to access your notes anywhere, anytime. The USP for Evernote is that it is absolutely free. Alternative: Google Keep
Google Fit: Google fit, Google’s own fitness app comes preloaded on factory android phones. Google fit is recommend as it is light, to the point and does its job well. Vital statistics that includes how much you walked, how much you ran are displayed. It also allows you to set your goals based on your schedule and work out accordingly. Grab this app if you want to get in shape. It won’t run for you but it is reason enough to get your health back on track.
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