For this week’s Friday Debate we take a look at what productivity tools we find the most useful, and welcome you to join the conversation!
The new Docs and Sheets are now available in the Play Store (as well as on the App Store for iOS users), while Slides is said to be coming soon.
Microsoft just made Office Mobile for Android free for home use. The app itself, available on Android since July of 2013, was always free, but it previously required a subscription to Microsoft’s Office 365 suite of cloud-based productivity tools.
In line with Microsoft’s aim of encouraging on-the-go content creation for everyone, it is currently working on rolling out much-needed Office Web Apps compatibility with Android-powered tablets. Will you use it?
OfficeSuite Pro 7, by Mobile Systems, is now available for download from the Google Play Store, priced at $14.99. Is it worth it? Most definitely!
We explore the apps and accessories you need to turn the Nexus 7 into a productivity power house.
The Dropbox beta for Android has received a major update which brings several new image related features, fixes, and tweaks to the app. Dropbox has also added a new feature that will allow users to opt in to the new features before everyone else.
Todoist, the popular task management service, recently released its Android version – today, the application is being updated to bring an important feature to basic users: unlimited sync. Also, Todoist Premium is half off on Black Friday.
It might have been around on other platforms for a while now, but well-regarded productivity app Todoist is now available for Android devices in the Google Play Store.
The Android 4.1 Nexus 7 tablet was meant to be Google’s content delivery device, but it can be re-purposed into a productivity tool with apps from Google Play.