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Powerful Productivity Apps for Android  by Shane_

Shane_ says: Today’s phones and tablets are so powerful and feature-rich that they’re rapidly taking over many of the tasks we used to perform on desktop and laptop computers. Here are some great apps to help you get the most out of your Android device.
Shane_'s picks
  1. Dropbox
    Dropbox Cloud file storage for one person or an entire company. Share one file or tens of thousands. Grant read/write access as you see fit. Simple. Powerful. Invaluable.
  2. Google Drive
    Google Drive Create word processing documents, spreadsheets, and more. Store them in the cloud. Share them with users around the globe. Yes, please!
  3. GoToMeeting
    GoToMeeting Hold online meetings with remote teams and individuals. GoToMeeting is a simple way to get everyone together for a virtual meeting. As remote teams become the rule, rather than the exception, web-enabled meetings will be de rigueur.
  4. OnLive Desktop
    OnLive Desktop If you’re a Microsoft addict, not quite ready to make the jump to Google Docs, this app is for you. Create real Microsoft Office documents in Word, Excel, or PowerPoint, and share them via the cloud. Amazing tool that just might help Microsoft regain the unquestioned dominance it once enjoyed.
  5. Wikipedia
    Wikipedia Sometimes you just need a certain piece of factual information to finish a project or rap up a report. Chances are good that you can glean the desired tidbit from Wikipedia, a truly astonishing repository of information that no smartphone or tablet should be without.



I think U missed out on CollateBox check out their informative blog . Looks like this tool will definitely overtake the giants in this domain.

Reply to comment Posted April 04, 2012



Hi Shane,
you should try the new one app dedicated for Getting Things Done and Evernote users to increase productivity. Check Soon you can find there some more info and screen shots. Have you used such an app before? You can give some comments and advice before launching our app?

Reply to comment Posted November 26, 2012