Let us check out some of the essential Android based productivity apps which inspire developers to take more interest in Android app development.
Robin is a virtual assistant for Android users, something akin to Siri. Although it is still in its beta form, you can use it to carry out a number of functions with perfection. For instance, use it to tweet, get turn-based directions, know real-time parking information or gas prices, get weather report and reminders.
This app provides users full access to Microsoft Office on their tablets or smartphones. Use CloudOn to create PowerPoint presentations, Word documents and Excel spreadsheets easily on your mobile devices. This app is easy to use and feels as if you are running a virtual PC on your Android mobile device.
This particular productivity app, helps you from burning a hole in your pocket. How? Well, when you are on the move and need to avoid using your existing data plan, this app comes in handy. No matter wherever you are, you can use Wi-Fi Manager to instantly find a usable WiFi hotspot to connect online and perform your tasks easily.
Want to take printouts from apps on your device but do not have a wireless printer at hand? Fret not; as CloudPrint is the perfect app for you. All you need to do is to configure the Google Cloud Print service and print your files from your phone to your printer. Some of the other significant features of this app are – sharing printers with friends, mail printing, sms printing, webpage printing, print from clipboard etc.
A major problem with mobile owners is that they are unable to type speedily and with accuracy. This problem is solved by the Swiftkey 3 app. It helps users enhance their productivity by making typing easy. Use it to see the difference in your typing speed as it provides accurate corrections and word completion as compared to other virtual keyboards.
One of the most efficient task management apps, Any.DO is as unique as its name. Use it to plan your activities, meetings, events or anything and save the task; easily mark the task as complete by swiping and shake the device to clear the list of completed tasks. The app seamlessly syncs with all your devices and allows you to share your ‘to-do’ lists with your friends, family and colleagues.
These were some of the essential Android productivity apps which inspire developers to develop some of their own apps for the Android platform in the near future.
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