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).
What is your choice for the best Productivity and Project management app on Android platform? I am basically looking for some free apps that I can give a try to. Help me identify the best apps in the category.
Any.Do, a productivity application that focuses on completing tasks, is adding a web component. Users have waited very long and the developer finally delivered. The purpose is, of course, to connect the application to a web experience on a computer. Being able to sync between devices provides a seamless experience to make sure tasks are completed.
Two modes make up the web experience.