Top mobile productivity apps

Top mobile productivity apps

Summary: ZDNet UK presents a rundown of the most useful mobile productivity apps, from note-taking programs to remote logins, file-sharing apps and PDF readers

TOPICS: Mobility, Apps

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  • Evernote app

    There is a vast array of smartphone and tablet apps out there for people who need to work on the move — from calendar planners to office applications, note-takers and collaboration services. ZDNet UK presents a round-up of the most useful.

    Evernote lets you create text, audio or photo notes. These notes can then be organised and tagged, linked to a particular location and indexed for search. The photo tool is useful for grabbing shots of a whiteboard during a meeting, while the app can also 'clip' web pages for future reference.

    This free app is available for iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Palm and Windows Mobile devices.

    Photo credit: Evernote

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  • Huddle app

    Huddle is an enterprise-focused app that's designed to enable collaboration with project partners inside and outside of a company. The app can be used to share files, initiate discussion threads, assign tasks and track progress.

    Huddle is free and available for iPhone, iPad and BlackBerry devices.

    Photo credit: Huddle

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  • Dropbox

    In conjunction with a Dropbox account, the Dropbox app lets you access and share different types of files. With Dropbox, you can download files for offline viewing and share links to your files.

    Dropbox gives you 2GB of online storage for free; upgrades are available to 50GB for $9.99 (£6.20) a month or 100GB for $19.99 a month. The app is free and available for iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry devices.

    Photo credit: Dropbox

    See more top tech apps on ZDNet UK.

Topics: Mobility, Apps

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