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.
Invoicing, time-tracking, even legal help are all available on mobile apps geared to the self-employed or extremely small businesses. Some of them are even free.
These travel apps help you plan routes, book flights, and even remember your socks.
These educational aids will turn your phone or tablet into your best study buddy.
From password lockers to productivity managers, these tools help you cut the clutter from your workflow.
Staying on top of your Twitter feed can feel like a full-time job. Let these iOS apps do some the heavy lifting.
From scheduling to presenting, these tools make meetings painless.
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