40 Android Apps to Boost Your Productivity. Over the last few years, smartphones have become an integral part of our lives with most of us depending on them to help organize our work and personal lives.
From primarily being communication tools, phones are quickly growing into swiss-army knives for everything we do on a daily basis – be it taking notes, maintaining todo lists for work and home, managing schedules or tracking what we do. In this article, we will look at some of the best Android applications that can help you be more productive at work as well as in your personal life. Now there is no dearth of notes and todo list applications on the Android Market, but this is a list of some of the best ones out there.
Notes Diaro Diaro is a personal diary or journal application targeted at people who want to note down their thoughts, experiences and insights on a regular basis. Diaro Price: Free Evernote Evernote Price: Free (Premium costs $5/month or $45/year)Full review: Evernote Springpad Springpad Price: FreeFull review: Springpad Taskos. USB on Samsung Galaxy Ace « Encounters with Reality. I have a Samsung Galaxy Ace and I wanted to transfer files from PC to the Ace over USB. I don’t like to use software for this. I don’t want Kies (the software provided by Samsung), I just want a straight USB connection from PC to the Ace, so give me a USB (mass storage) driver and let me do the rest myself. The USB driver comes with the Kies software package so I downloaded the Kies software from I installed Kies, and the USB driver with it.
Then I deinstalled Kies (as said, I don’t want to use this) and just kept the USB driver. So far so good:) But when I connected the Ace to the PC with the USB cable I encountered the following problem. Anyway, after enabling the USB on the Ace it works like a charm. Download Kies: - (temporarily disabled for bandwidth reasons) - Tip from gert (see comments section): Settings -> Applications -> Development > deselect USB debugging – Max Like this: Like Loading... From TechRadar's expert reviews of Mobile phones. We're going to re-write the verdict to this phone - it's now under £90 in the shops, is being touted as THE budget phone to buy and bundled with a lot of tablets, so it's only right that users get the proper decision on a phone that launched in January 2011.
Is it a good phone? No. It was a poor phone when it launched, and hasn't got any better. We liked A comfortable fit in the hand, the Samsung Galaxy Ace is still a well-designed piece of kit that, and thanks to its interchangeable black and white back panels, offers a design that will appeal to a wide range of users. Simple to use, the use of an older version of Android isn't the handicap it should be, and the price is just brilliant for a smartphone full stop on contract. We disliked Sluggish to exit sleep mode, the Samsung Galaxy Ace never really gets into its stride, with an unresponsive and low resolution TFT display lacking the pop and wow factor that has come to be expected from Samsung-branded smartphones.
Final verdict. Ive just got a samsung galaxy ace and want to put music on it . how tho? - Why doesn t my galaxy ace mememory card show up on my computer. [ubuntu_mobile] Samsung Galaxy Ace on Ubuntu [Archive] Paulbuk January 4th, 2012, 05:38 PM I have the same mobile android 2.3.4 It works a s a storage device out of the box! I run ubuntu 10.10. I plug the cable pull down the notifications tab in the phone tap on select to copy files from /to..... tap on connect storage to pc click ok in the next dialog box that's it there's a drive icon on the ubuntu desktop!!!!!! (usb debugging checked) Ditto. All my M$ comps have been consigned to the skip. Koodo Mobile Self Serve.