Top 10 Android Business Apps Gartner analysts predict that Android will become the world’s second most popular smartphone platform by 2012, topping all platforms but Symbian. So as Android grows, so does the importance of the Android Marketplace. Apps are what smartphones are all about and there are numerous applications available in Android Market. That includes social networking, fitness, entertainment, games, communication, lifestyle, news, media and more. Out of which I have selected some best free useful android applications for business community. 1. If you have been using laptop/PC to manage your files and documents, you can very well do it on your own Android powered smart phone. Features :- [Download] 2. A simple widget which works for both scheduling your events and reminding you of events. Exclude weekdays you want.Different colors.Choose event from calendar.Use as calendar-widget (show today’s date). [Download] 3. [Download] 4. [Download] 5. [Download] 6. Meet Up comes with easy to use and manage GUI. 7. 8.
How to Organize Evernote for Maximum Efficiency Please note: The way I organize Evernote today is completely different than what I wrote here. You can find my updated methodology here. I have been using Evernote for months. However, I have not really taken time to explore the depth of this incredible program until just recently. Photo courtesy of ©iStockphoto.com/STEVECOLEccs However, thanks to Brett Kelly’s very helpful e-book, Evernote Essentials, the Evernote user forum, and a little experimentation, I have begun to see the incredible power of this digital repository. It all begins by establishing a solid organizational structure. If you are just getting started with Evernote, I suggest that you buy Brett Kelly’s remarkably practical e-book, Evernote Essentials, 4.0. First, let’s define some terms: Notebooks: These are collections of individual notes. I tend to think of stacks and notebooks as a vertical (or hierarchical) way of organizing, and tags as a horizontal (or lateral) way of organizing. Here are my current tags:
notesforlater Productive Web Apps | Web Apps to help you at work and play Evernote Essentials You’ve probably already heard about how amazing Evernote is. It can handle just about anything you can throw at it. Your data is with you wherever you go, thanks to the Evernote mobile apps that run on just about every platform and device on the market. You can snap a photo of a wine label or a street sign and search for the text within the image! That’s all fine and good — you already knew all of that anyway. You and Evernote each have a problem: Evernote’s problem: it’s a blank canvas, an empty sheet of paper. Your problem: you’ve heard the hype and you want to get started with this earth-shattering product, but you don’t want to spend hours upon weekends learning not only how to use it, but the best ways to use it. Friend, you’ve come to right place — because I’ve got the answer to both questions. Evernote Essentials: The Definitive Getting Started Guide for Evernote Hi, I’m Brett. I’ve been a rabid Evernote user since April of 2008 when they were in private beta. “Ok, sounds good. P.S.
Days Left Widget for Android Check out my latest game Escape from Space for all Jelly Bean (and onwards) devices! Did you ever forget an important date? Do you want to count down the days until a game or gadget release? Did you ever forget your moms or girlfriends birthday? Help yourself with this shiny new little widget for your home-screen. If you want to customize the widget you can choose between several colors and overlays to combine them into your own designed day counter! All of that - for free. BUT, if you like the Widget please let others know by giving a rating! - This is a homescreen widget THUS IT IS NOT meant for INSTALL ON SD according to google - Apps2SD will not be enabled in this application, i am sorry. - You didn't find a way to start this App? This is a Widget for your home screen - you can add it by long pressing your homescreen -> than go to "Widgets" -> and than "Days Left" FIX FOR not updating anymore bug!
Simple Rules To Sorting The Horrors Of The Tag Mess In Evernote For past hour and a half I was going through my tag horrors. I never paid strict attention to tags, but as my Notebooks became to small for my needs, I was urged to move forward with tags. I am still using Notebooks to organize my notes, but tags are way more useful. I have awful lot of tags! When I say awful, I mean, I can’t even count them! They are nowhere near being organized even now. Sneak Peek into my notebooks and tags (and OmniFocus on the left) So what is the basic premise behind organizing your tags? Tagging is awesome taxonomy. Inbox and Archives All the rest of the notebooks can perform as the tags more or less. Now instead of devoting more than 2 hours of organizing tags, I wanted to make the sense of what’s important and what’s not. Now once I pulled all the important tags to the top, I started sorting out without scrolling up and down. So here is the list of those simple rules of organizing Evernote Tags: If the tag is tagging only one note – DELETE IT!
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