Android/iOS/Web: It’s advisable to separate your email from your to-do list and some productivity hackers are all for keeping separate apps for each purpose, like lists, notes, tasks and more. But if you want that “one app to rule them all” for productivity, IQTELL does a great job.
The traditional way for housemates to stay in-sync regarding bills, chores and social activities is a notepad, pen and centrally-positioned, fridge-shaped object. If you’re looking for a more technological method, then the upcoming Fairshare app, developed locally in Melbourne, might be exactly what you need.
It’s hard to say when exactly URLs reached the “too long” point, requiring us to adopt services such as bit.ly to make them more compact. What we do know is that resolving the actual addresses these tiny links point to does add a delay to the process of enjoying the web, especially on Android. Fortunately, there is a solution.
Android: In KitKat, Google has replaced the old Messaging app with Hangouts. If you still want a dedicated app for SMS, or if you’re on an older version of Android and want a better messaging app, Hello SMS is a strong contender as a beautiful replacement with a unique tabs-based interface.
Android: Android has plenty of ways to make your lock screen more functional and secure, but once that’s bypassed, there’s no built-in ability to lock individual apps. App Lock (Smart App Protector) is the best app I’ve seen to fill this void.
Android: Not every part of the lecture or interview you are recording is interesting, but when the speaker does say something important, you want to be able to go back to it. Cogi makes it easy with a smart highlighting feature, along with other annotation tools.