ZDNet App Wrap: November 12, 2012

ZDNet App Wrap: November 12, 2012

Summary: We look at the apps for Evernote, Cricket Live Australia, Salesforce Touch, OpenVPN Connect, Lookout, GnuCash, Jabber IM, and Red Rooster Jobs.

TOPICS: Apps, AppWrap

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  • (Credit: Lookout Mobile Security)

    Lookout Security & Antivirus

    Platform: Android

    Price: Free or US$2.99/month for premium

    A redesigned Lookout application appeared this week.

    The app comes in two varieties: free; or US$2.99 per month for a premium version.

    The free version offers anti-virus, backup, and phone-finding functionality. Premium adds URL blocking, remote lock, remote wipe, and automatic backups to Lookout.com.

  • (Credit: GnuCash)


    Platform: Android

    Price: Free

    If you want to keep track of your money with freedom (open-source freedom, that is), then consider getting GnuCash on your Android.

    The companion app to its desktop cousin, it supports the OFX file format, and allows for exporting transactions into the desktop app.

    The app comes with support for multiple accounts and transactions, a home-screen widget, and the ability to save transactions to Google Drive, SkyDrive, and Dropbox.

  • (Credit: Cisco)

    Jabber IM

    Platform: Android

    Price: Free

    When your organisation makes use of Cisco WebEx Messenger or Cisco Unified Presence, you too can use Jabber IM.

    Why is that important? Because the app allows users to join a WebEx meeting from an IM conversation, and search the corporate directory.

Topics: Apps, AppWrap

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