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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  • EZPDF Reader app

    EZPDF Reader
    EZPDF Reader lets you view and zoom in on PDF files, select text, put documents in text flow mode, open password-protected files and play embedded multimedia files such as audio and video.

    The app costs 59p and is available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

    Photo credit: Unidocs

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  • Wunderlist app

    This personal organiser app has won plaudits for its straightforward design. Wunderlist lets you sync tasks and to-do lists with your desktop computer and with colleagues. Extra features include the ability to sort tasks, star important items and set due dates for tasks. It also has a number of background themes.

    Wunderlist is available for free for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

    Photo credit: 6Wunderkinder

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  • Quickoffice app

    Editing office documents on your smartphone may be a fiddly business, but with apps like Quickoffice, at least you have the option. Quickoffice lets you create, edit and share Microsoft Office files, and provides compatibility with Google Docs, Dropbox and MobileMe.

    Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite is available for around £5.99 for iPhone and iPad. Quickoffice Pro is currently available for around £6.22 for Android devices.

    Photo credit: Quickoffice

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Topics: Mobility, Apps

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