Plenty of third-party apps integrate with Evernote. We tested three to see how they help with all of the messages you get everyday.
Yes, you can create professional-looking brochures, flyers, and more using a mobile app on a tablet (or a phone, if you're masochistic and patient). But choose carefully--we found a couple of good ones to try.
Want to create a slick-looking movie? You don't need a PC with lots of processing power. Today's best apps let you do it on the go.
It’s no secret that creating – and remembering! – secure password is a must these days. These apps can help.
The cloud service's own apps add special talents, such as sketching and scanning tools, and we haven't even gotten to the third-party apps yet.
Between budgets and taxes, you can't get too organized. These apps help you keep a handle on personal and business expenses.
Dropbox does more than stash stuff now. The email and photo-sharing apps are bonus features well worth exploring.
Evernote's Android and iOS apps get even more useful with some cool collaboration and Web features.
The vastly improved mobile app lets you do almost everything the desktop app can do. Microsoft Office integration is the biggest highlight.
Projects and people differ, and so should project management apps. These three offer time, data, and collaboration tools with advantages over bigger-name competition.
Whether you're a visual planner or a more straightforward list-maker, we've got the perfect project management app for you.
From your phone or your browser, you can make files accessible to multiple devices, colleagues or family members. Check out these apps for their special talents in sharing or security--but watch out for those subscription fees.
These apps do more than mark time. They help you see where your day's going and make better decisions about how you spend it.
Basic services are free, but the more advanced (and paid) apps offer more posting options and analytics, too.
If you must look at a spreadsheet on a smartphone (prepare to squint!), these four free apps could work. Note that paid upgrades offer useful perks, and a fifth app we tried is well worth its small price.
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