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WhatsApp is still one of the most popular alternative messaging apps, and now it's getting a little better. The company is rolling out a feature that allows document sharing, starting with PDFs.
iOS: Outlook is our favourite email app for iOS, and today it gets better integration with the other Office apps to make editing a breeze. Provided you have other Office apps installed (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), you can now open attachments directly from Outlook, edit the attachment, then attach it back into the reply email in a snap.
Google Docs for Android has always been a decent stand-in when you need to edit on mobile, but it's hardly the full experience. For example, even changing the name of the file you're editing has been buried. Now, that changes with the app finally allowing you to edit a file's name in the slide-out option menu.
Android: LibreOffice is one of our favourite office alternatives, and it stands up well to the competition. If you need to read your documents when you're away from the computer, LibreOffice Viewer Beta can help.
iOS: Taking a picture of a document or a business card is easy with the Camera app. However, it takes time to focus, and it is tedious to photograph a whole bunch of documents. Evernote's new Scannable quickly takes pictures of anything it sees and lets you use the results anywhere on your iPhone -- not just Evernote.
Clutter can do a number on your brain, so it's best to organise and sort it all. The StoneGable Blog recommends a 10-folder system that gets all your papers in order so that you're never left wondering where you put that piece of paper.