Popular Apps Articles for 2015
Now that the weather’s getting warmer; it’s time for spring cleaning. But this should include some digital cleaning, specifically organizing that cluttered mess you call a phone or tablet.
If you’ve ever taken part in a collaborative brainstorming session, you know one thing: follow-through is everything. As we’ve come to learn, there’s an app for that. It’s called Bounce[...]
There are millions of apps out there. Some are great, but many are junk. We highlighted a few of the best apps for moms, dads, and recent grads. Most are[...]
Streaks – Daily Habit Tracker is a new Android app that employs Seinfeld’s simple “don’t break the chain” trick as its core function to achieve improved productivity.
Amazon finally has a standalone cloud app for iOS. But its bare-bones nature does little to separate it from the pack, which includes Dropbox, Google Drive, and One Drive.
The fact that Google Keep has topped 50 million downloads in the two years since its launch gives credence to the fact that it runs circles around other apps that[...]
We shouldn’t be surprised that the digital music pioneer that introduced the iPod and iTunes to the world found itself in a panic as more people began streaming music and[...]
Microsoft Office Lens, newly available for Android and iOS, uses OCR to turn snapshots of whiteboards and other documents into searchable and editable Word, PowerPoint or PDF files.
Every so often, cool new photo organization apps come along and impress with their ability to automate and organize. Then Google comes along and releases Photos and blows everything else[...]
Passwords are a hassle and changing them frequently is a total headache, especially when working in all those quirky alphanumeric combos and symbols. This is why password manager apps exist.
Apple iOS 9 is here, and it includes significant updates and new features. After the mess that was iOS 8, should you even consider upgrading your old iPhone?
It’s no secret that keeping your brain in shape leads to increased productivity. A new app called Concurrency attempts to help you do that, through a process called interruption training.