Android devices, both smartphones and tablets, is often used to support the activities and day-to-day productivity. Whether it’s an office activity or simply looking for the latest information on the internet.
There are many applications that help you in terms of storing data in the cloud. There are also special application notes notes that help you remember things, so that can provide comfort when typing on the virtual keyboard.
Here are 10 apps that can help your productivity Android users.
1. Chrome (Free)
If you are not comfortable using the default browser of Android, then you should try the browser is Google Chrome. Chrome performance on Android devices very quickly.
You can also sync GMail account on the Chrome browser, opening a lot of tabs to do the bookmark. However, it can only work on Chrome operating system Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or above.
2. Evernote (Free)
Evernote became flagship application for business-recorded notes. Not only the text notes, Evernote can be used to record all the activities at each meeting, because it can record audio and video, as well as taking photos.
In fact, Evernote can dictate what you say into text.
Media-based Evernote cloud storage, where you can store data online. Thus, the user can open the file notes from any device with just one Evernote account, as long as there is internet connection.
3. Any.DO (Free)
This is the application manager to-do list. If you are someone who forgetful, and need an app to record and remind all the activities that you must do in the future, Any.DO application is suitable.
The application is easy to use and feature rich. He will remind activity or promise what you should do.
4. CloudOn (Free)
CloudOn helps you to access your Microsoft Office files on Android tablets and smartphones. You can create and edit PowerPoint files, Word, and Excel.
You can open Office files from the cloud data storage media, such as Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive.
5. SwiftKey 3 (free and paid)
You are one of those who often “slip” when typing on your Android device? Maybe SwiftKey 3 could be a solution.
He gives comfort while typing, and then perform a more accurate word correction and predict what word would you type next.
3 provides a virtual keyboard SwiftKey specifically for tablets. The application is available in free and paid versions. Of course, you will get a better experience when using SwiftKey paid version, with the price of 4.69 U.S. dollars.
6. CamScanner (Free)
The application is to change your Android device into a scanner (scanner) documents and fax machines. You can scan multiple pages of a book or magazine, receipts, invoices, business cards, and so on. Then save it on your Android device.
This application can combine multiple documents into one. CamScanner even possible to send fax documents through an internet connection. CamScanner berbayarnya version is also available, at a price of 4.99 U.S. dollars.
7. Box (Free)
Box is one of the popular applications that provide data storage service in the cloud (cloud computing).
As long as there is an internet connection, you can view a document stored on Box. You can sync your Google account with Box. As cloud services in general, you can share documents to friends who also have a Box account.
8. Google Drive (Free)
In addition Box, Google Drive also provides a cloud service with 5GB of data storage capacity. Of course, Google Drive integrated with GMail account.
You can create, edit, and save the data to a Google Drive through your Android device. This application can also be run without an internet connection.