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Mobile Apps to Help with Your Productivity

Each day new mobile applications are being released that allow you to be more productive with your music, photography and even travel planning. Apps to help in your business are multiplying as well. So which ones are useable, high quality and worth purchasing? The answer can be found by looking at reviews on the Internet and magazines. To get you started, here are a few of the more popular.

Mailbox is a free email client for those using Gmail on their iPhone. It’s quick and easy and helps you to keep your email under control.

Evernote – one the popular organizational application claims to help “remember everything”. Notes can be recorded for who you meet, what you like and your favorite web pages. They can then be edited, organized, searched, and shared. Individual Evernote accounts are available free for both Android and IOS with premium business accounts offered at $10 per user per month.

PDF Touch for Windows 8 devices gives you the ability to edit or comment directly within a PDF document. Use a finger or stylus to review and annotate directly on top of the document. You can also highlight text in different colors, apply markups like strikethroughs, draw, and even notate on the document. This app is available for three dollars from Microsoft.

Wunderlist is an excellent free to-do list tracking app available on your favorite platform. Use it to see lists, details, and edit tasks from a single screen on larger displays. It helps organize your personal life as well as business. The widgets are also resizable to allow you to take advantage of screen space.

Photoshop Touch won’t replace its desktop counterpart, but can provide a photographer with tools not found in other photo apps. It includes the use of layered images, magic wand selections, clone stamps along with many more features. Integrate it into Adobe’s Creative Cloud so you can do minor editing on a tablet and then sync to your desktop to continue working on it in Photoshop.

As you research there will be many articles reviewing the “best” apps available. What is important is to figure out what is best for you. Try one and if doesn’t work, shop around for another. Keep in mind the goal is to be productive.

Ted Saul is a business coach that assists with Business Plans and Project Management. He holds a master certificate in project management and has earned his MBA from Regis University. Ted can be reached on LinkedIn, TedS787 on Twitter or emailing Ted@tsaul.com

Written by Ted Saul, Sr. Staff Writer

Ted Saul is a business coach that assists with Business Plans and Project Management. He holds a master certificate in project management and has earned his MBA from Regis University. Ted can be reached on LinkedIn, TedS787 on Twitter or emailing Ted@tsaul.com.

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