Spruce up your routine planning with these five simple, elegant apps that will not only make you efficient in your work but also boost your productivity in the long run.
When it comes to productivity apps, Office is still clearly the market leader, and Microsoft is now also quickly iterating on its online apps for Office. When it comes to its competition with Google’s online productivity apps, though, it’s hard to figure out if Microsoft is feeling superior or threatened (or a bit of both).
Before updating to 4.3, all of my calendar events, gmail, text all showed on the productivity lock screen. Now all that is displayed are the text messages. I have checked all the settings on the productivity lock screen to display the 3 (why not all 4 HTC) and they just don't work. I had no problems on 4.1.2. Stock AT&T HTC One btw
For years, Microsoft has been the king of the world’s offices, as its own Office productivity suite dominating the market. If you’ve worked in an office in the last 20 years — preferably at one with computers — chances are good that you’ve used (or at least familiar with) Word, PowerPoint, Excel or Outlook.
So I really like to get work done on my samsung galaxy note 8.0 and wanted to see what apps you guys are using for work. I do a lot of art so for me it's sketchbook pro and a few others. Also I'm teaching a class on youtube about how to use your tablet to draw with, so if anyone is into that kind of thing you can look at my youtube page. But plz post a comment of some good apps that you guys use.
One of the best productivity tools I had when I used Microsoft Windows was a collection of portable applications. I missed those tools when I migrated to Linux. Now several open source projects could make portable apps available to mainstream Linux users. Three websites are trying to create that functionality. But the efforts might need more work before they all perform well out of the box.