Our daily lives are filled with tasks - both personal and professional - that can be made easier with the right tools. If you own an Android device, there is a wealth of apps designed to simplify your life. To help you get the most out of your day, we have put together a list of five of the best productivity apps for Android.
Dropbox provides cloud storage and synchronization for all your files – photos, documents, videos, music – in the cloud. Once you install Dropbox and sign up from a computer, you’ll be able to access all your files anywhere. With the Android app, you can back-up files and share content to access on other connected devices.
Dropbox allows you to store 5GB of digital files for free.
With the evernote Android application, you can create text notes or image notes with your phone’s camera. All notes are stored in the cloud and you can search, edit or delete notes from within the app. Notes can be categorized by folders and tags
Evernote is available for all major desktop and mobile operating systems, so you access your files on any device.
With Any.DO, you can add notes, tasks, subtasks and recurring tasks. The app also features cloud synchronization, speech recognition, alerts, snooze, and Google Task Sync. It is a sleek, simple app that can help you keep track of all you need to do
Buffer for Android lets you schedule Tweets, Facebook and LinkedIn updates at set intervals throughout the day. Buffer is also a cross platform app, so with an account, you can build your buffers from as many connected devices as you like.
IFTTT, which stands for “If This Then That,” is a great tool for automating personal notifications and social media actions online. You can connect two services so that, when something happens on one service, a trigger goes off and an action takes place automatically on the other.
There are currently 130 channels you can connect and you can create your own recipes with these channels, or select from existing recipes.
These days, we have a lot to do in little time. But, luckily for us, technology is stapled to our hands and staying productive has become easy. These tools help you save time and increase your overall productivity.
What apps do you use to get things done fast? Leave us a comment.
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