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Executive Assistant +: Getting yourself organized

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If you have a cluttered work desk, it becomes a challenge to find what you need right away. That’s why a lot of people spend a lot of time and effort arranging things in the way that works best for them. It’s the same with mobile devices. You’ll want to have important things within easy reach, such as your emails, important dates, and your to-do list. Unfortunately, you’ll need to access them through different apps and that means wasting precious time. Wouldn’t it be better if there was a way to keep everything you need in one easy to access…

Mobile app sales to exceed $30 billion by the end of the year

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It’s hard to deny the major impact that smartphones and tablets have had on the globe, especially when it comes to mobile apps. Apps have become important not only for entertainment and information, but have even impacted the way we interact with others. By the end of the year, total revenues accumulated from mobile apps will pass the $30 billion mark.

Idrod Music: Virtual iPod for your Android

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Let’s face it, it’s difficult to find a well-made music player app. There are tons of them on the Google Play Store that can charm you when you’re just reading about what it can do and the reviews that people have left. Maybe it’ll charm you all the way to downloading it to your device. But once you get the app on your Android device, you’ll realize that it’s just not for you because it doesn’t pack the things you need. We’ve discovered a new music player app that may interest you. Introducing Idrod Music, a multimedia player for your…

4 out of 5 Gmail users want to switch to Outlook.com (and more Outlook news)

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Microsoft’s Outlook.com team has just announced a few updates to its webmail service. On top of this, the email service now has a dedicated app for Android. Will Microsoft be successful in luring Gmail users away? Microsoft says over a third of Outlook.com users are active Gmail users wanting to try out Microsoft’s new webmail service. Curious as to what Gmail users are looking for in a web email service, the team did more research into the behaviors and preferences of email users, and found out that Gmail users actually loved Outlook.com. According to the developers, among the top reasons…