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Android Productivity App Review
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    Productivity is just another in the long list of reasons why someone may purchase an Android smartphone or tablet. Here are two productivity apps that you should look into downloading to get your Android device off to a productive start.

    Documents To Go

    Just because you do not have your laptop with you does not mean that your productivity must be put on hold. Your Android device can serve as a productivity resource as well. All you need are the right apps, and Documents To Go is one of them. If you regularly work with Microsoft Office, Documents To Go is a must-have download for your Android device.

    Documents To Go comes in two versions. Its free version allows you to view Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files. This should work fine for most casual users. If you want the app's full features, however, you will have to upgrade to the full version for $14.99. The full version allows you to view Microsoft Office attachments, and it also includes a PDF viewer. Besides viewing, the full version also gives you the option to edit your Microsoft Office files. This is great if you are away from home and need to do some last minute editing before an important meeting or presentation.

    Besides Microsoft Office, Documents To Go also supports Google Docs and desktop synchronization via USB. Documents To Go comes in a variety of languages for international travelers and users, such as English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, and more. The app also offers many advanced features for you to edit word documents, spreadsheets, and presentations as if you were on your home computer. With all of the familiar productivity features that it has to offer in a mobile fashion, Documents To Go should be a definite download for Android users who need to stay productive while away from their home or office.


    Busy people usually have so much going on in their lives that staying on top of everything is a chore in itself. That's where notes come in handy as reminders. If you have an Android device, why bother with old fashioned notes on paper? You can house plenty of notes on your device using the Evernote app.

    Evernote is basically a great way to store and organize notes on electronically. The app lets you create notes in different ways. You can type a note, record an audio note, or take a picture to save as a reminder. Your notes can be placed into different notebooks for optimal organization. All of your notes can be viewed in a detailed format or as a thumbnail while browsing. The app even gives you the ability to search for specific notes to help you save time. Any notes you create and save will synchronize with other versions of Evernote that you use as well. For your most important notes, you can create desktop shortcuts for quicker access. 

    The basic version of Evernote is free. The premium version costs $5 per month, and it gives you additional features such as SSL encryption, PDF searching, support for extra file types, and more. Regardless of which version you use, Evernote should be one of the first additions to your repertoire of Android apps.

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