7 Best Apps You Are Not Using
What is your favorite mobile app? Most likely, it is a game, or a social-networking application. With cutting-edge internet connectivity, we are seeing a rise in the number of mobile applications, custom-designed to serve precise necessities. As it turns out, there are several not-so-popular apps that are exceptionally useful in gathering, organizing and using data on our mobiles. So, here we bring to you one such list of must-have apps that you possibly haven’t explored before.
iA Writer for Content Creation: Targeting those who love creating written content, iA Writer is a seamless, minimalist text editor. Styled across a pale gray background with simple mono-spaced fonts, this app is an indispensable for anyone who wants to avoid redundant features. The app is available for OS X and iOS operating systems.
Instapaper for Content Aggregation: Be it social media stories, or content from your favorite websites, Instapaper is the go-to platform that helps bookmark content for future reading. It is a first-rate, hassle-free platform to manage online content. It also provides a stripped-down pure-text view of articles, making them easier to read and browse.
Pocket for Offline Reading: Originally named – “Read it later”, this app is a must-have for all those who suffer the wrath of unpredictable internet availability. In essence, this app facilitates download and offline viewing of web content, and has been integrated with over 300 apps such as Flipboard and Twitter for content collection.
SoundCloud for Music Sharing: Conceptualized as a platform to help musicians share their sound-tracks, SoundCloud is today one of the most popular apps to upload, record and promote original musical content. Once a user uploads a track, he gets a unique URL that can be shared or embedded for promotion and publicity. As Twitter’s first ever integrated music application, SoundCloud also offers distinctive features like comment posting on a particular part of the track.
PicsArt Photo Studio for Photo Editing: PicsArt is a mobile app that helps users transforms their pictures into artistic works, with a variety of edit-options and a user-friendly interface. Basic features include drawing tool, photo editor, collage creator, camera enhancements and video editor. Available for Android, iOS and Windows phones, it is definitely the next big thing in creative content generation.
Trello for Project Management: Designed to suit the needs of the corporate multi-tasker, Trello is the next-generation project management tool, that doesn’t compel one to use it from a web interface. Integrated as a carry-around mobile version, for Android, iOS, iPad and Windows 8 mobile platforms, it supports unlimited number of color-coded tags for comments, attachments, votes, due dates and checklists.
Wunderlist for Task-list Management: For those seeking a simpler way of managing check-lists, it couldn’t get any simpler. Wunderlist is a mobile app that helps you create, manage and deliver on task-lists. Available for Android, iOS and OS X, Wunderlist is a killer app that ensures you never miss a deadline, or get delayed for a meeting.
How many of these have you tried?
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by techtalks @TechTalks March 5, 2015 9:08 AM UTC