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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  • OneNote Mobile app

    OneNote Mobile
    OneNote Mobile is a rare beast — a Microsoft app for iOS. OneNote's clean, clear and above all simple layout lets you create notes with images, check boxes and bulletpoints. You can take photos and attach them to your note, and sync files and lists with your desktop computer.

    Microsoft OneNote is currently available for the iPhone and iPod Touch for free via the US App Store, with pricing correct at the time of writing.

    Photo credit: Microsoft

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  • CalenGoo app

    CalenGoo is an organiser app that lets you access your Google Calendar from your phone. It features five different calendar views — day, week, month, agenda and landscape day. The calendar view is zoomable and the app lets you drag, drop and move events in your diary.

    CalenGoo costs around £3.99 for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

    Photo credit: Dominique Andre Gunia

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  • Dragon Dictation

    Dragon Dictation
    Dragon Dictation is a popular dictation app that uses voice-recognition software to turn your words into notes. Not only can you dictate emails and text messages at a rate that its makers say is five times faster than using a keyboard, but you can also directly dictate your status updates on Facebook and Twitter.

    Dragon Dictation is free for iPhone and iPad.

    Photo credit: Nuance Communications

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Topics: Mobility, Apps

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