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Only on Android... Any.DO: To Do List | Task List

Gesture-based task manager Any.DO created a bit of a stir when it was first released a few months ago. The company that designed it had received some angel funding from Google CEO Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, and it seemed much of the publicity Any.DO garnered was more about that, than the ... Full Article »

January 17, 2012 6:30am

Best Android apps for mobile workers of 2011

Mobility has completely changed the face of the office, as work is no longer bound by cubicle walls or business hours. The growth spurt in Android’s tablet market has helped establish Android devices as mobile work units, and several app makers are taking notice. Business apps are on the rise, lev ... Full Article »

December 19, 2011 10:30am

AirDroid flies between your Android device and your computer

The tagline reads “enjoy your Android over the air,” but perhaps more accurate would be “enjoy your Android over your computer.” AirDroid connects your Android device to your desktop, laptop or tablet — really anything that can browse the web — and lets you send messages, browse photos ... Full Article »

December 4, 2011 1:00pm

Syncplicity Android app stores and shares in the cloud

If you haven’t yet explored cloud storage, here’s another chance. The Syncplicity app provides an easy way to store and share files, photos, videos and music from your Android device, and Windows and Mac apps allow you to sync with the same storage from personal computers. With a service like th ... Full Article »

November 29, 2011 5:30pm

Android App Tablet Review: File Station Tablet

File Station Tablet is the quintessential file manager for your Android tablet device. The app works as a central hub for all of your files, so you can save some time when you're looking for a particular program, document, song or photo, for instance. If you know exactly which file you need, you c ... Full Article »

November 6, 2011 7:00pm

Latest update to Android app Remember the Milk makes it better than ever

It’s a sign of the times that we all need some form of task-management tool, whether its your Outlook inbox or Post-It Notes littered across your desk. Remember the Milk functions as a web- and mobile-based utility to help you organize your reminders, lists and errands. It’s well-designed and ca ... Full Article »

October 31, 2011 3:30pm

Android App Tablet Review: Thumb Keyboard

Thumb Keyboard fixes the problem of typing on a tablet by rearranging the keys so you can hold it comfortably and type as you might on a smartphone. It’s a welcome change. The app requires a bit of setup time, but once you’re done, it makes tapping out emails or searching the web a whole lot ea ... Full Article »

October 30, 2011 2:17pm

Android App Tablet Review: Google Docs

Access your online documents from your Android tablet with Google Docs. The app lets you do everything you can do with Google Docs in a browser, including creating spreadsheets and word processing documents. Google Docs is a pretty solid way of reading and editing documents on the fly. It’s fille ... Full Article »

October 19, 2011 2:42pm

Android App Tablet Review: WordPress

Now you can blog from anywhere via the WordPress Android tablet app. The app gives you the basic tools you need to write new posts, edit content, manage comments and view stats on your WordPress blog. Design-wise, the app is even more simpistic that the app's mother site, which makes it perfect for ... Full Article »

October 17, 2011 1:11pm

Android App Tablet Review: Springpad

Springpad helps ensure that Android tablet users never forget anything important. The app is a great place to store all your notes. You can also scan barcodes, snap photos or make voice recordings if you don't feel like typing. Unlike paper notes, these little reminders won't fall off your desk or ... Full Article »

October 16, 2011 5:00pm


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