Today’s businesses are all about mobility. No longer are we confined in the four walls of our office. We go out there and pursue our goals. Being mobile, however, can be challenging. Without your PC with you, it is difficult to be as organized and as productive compared to working in the office.
Fortunately, there are now mobile apps that you can install in your devices to solve those problems. In this RingCentral small business blog post, the author talked about different iPad apps that can improve your productivity.
But there are now a lot more Android users than iPhone or iPad users in the country today, let alone the world. So to balance it out, here are some best productivity apps for Android users that can help turn them into mobile workers:
Chrome For Android
Forget your slow and sluggish stock browser. If you are an Android user, the best way to surf the web through your device is through Google Chrome. Aside from being super fast, this app also allows you to sync your device with your Google account. This will give you access to your bookmarks, contacts, passwords, and omnibox data straight from your Android phone or tablet.
Download: Chrome [divider]
Signing e-documents on your Android device is not a problem anymore. With this free app, you can easily stamp your John Hancock on any PDF document from your inbox, Evernote, Dropbox, and other sources. What’s more, it is accurate as your signatures are forensically identifiable because signing feels natural. It is like signing on a piece of paper.
Download: SIGNificant Signature [divider]
This app will not only turn your mobile device camera into a scanner, but it will also turn your mobile device into a portable fax machine. This app lets you scan different types of documents. From business cards and brochures, to contracts and certificates, this app can scan them. And with its own cropping and image enhancing features, you can make sure that each scanned document is clear and sharp.
Download: CamScanner [divider]
The problem with working on a touch screen mobile device has always been the typing process. With Swiftkey, however, typing on a touch screen is much easier. What it does is replace the keyboard of your device with a keypad that understands how words work together. Its predictive text feature is certainly better than the one used in most phones and tablets right now. That is not all. It also learns the more you use it by recognizing your writing history. So over time, its accuracy will get even better.
Download: Swiftkey 3 [divider]
Microsoft Office is still the preferred office suite of many businesses. It is a shame that there is still no Android version. Fortunately, there is CloudOn. This app allows you to open and edit Word documents, Excel sheets, and PowerPoint presentations. You can even manage and share files through various cloud storage apps like SkyDrive, Dropbox, and Google Drive. It also has an automatic save feature to help you avoid losing changes.
If you are an Android user, you should download these apps and give them a test run. ALso share your recommendations we will insert them.
Recommended: Get some other Best Apps from Android Platform here.