Today’s intake of information is enormous, and it continues to grow, making it a necessity to organize and streamline whenever possible. Email is one of those areas, and Google has been taking organization further with Inbox by Gmail, its email app that drives productivity for Gmail users. Inbox launched with a different design ... Read More »
Show of hands, who has worked from a remote location before? With today’s connected world, many employees are on-the-go and frequently work from remote locations. Whether it’s working on vacation, working in transit or simply working from home, it’s more important than ever for employers and employees to be connected, even when they’re not in ... Read More »
There are plenty of note-taking and productivity apps on Android, but one of the most reputable is Google Keep. Google Keep has evolved over the years, adding more features and continuing to become a more powerful productivity app. Today brings in a new update for Google Keep, and this one adds some new ... Read More »
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For us techies, the idea of living a paperless life sounds amazing, right? No need to keep filing cabinets full of statements, receipts, bills and other important documents, just keep a digital copy. Of course, there are a number of apps to scan your paper documents and turn them into digital records but ... Read More »
The New Year just rolled around and plenty of you are probably looking for ways to boost your productivity in 2015. If you’re a part of that group, The Productivity Pack is exactly what you need. Being offered as part of a joint deal between these companies, the Productivity Pack includes one-year subscriptions to Read More »
Quickoffice is one of my favorite productivity-oriented Android apps on the market. I regularly turn to the tablet-version of the Quickoffice application to get key tasks done where Google Drive (formerly, Docs) simply doesn’t cut it. Google has announced via the Google Blog today that they have officially acquired Quickoffice, and will be integrating Quickoffice technology into future ... Read More »
Catch Notes today has announced the launch of Catch Notes for Honeycomb, a tablet-friendly version of their note-taking application for Android.