The month of March 2012 brought call-assistant apps, note-taking and note-management apps, tracking apps, a mobile browser, and an app to get ideas from the world’s most fascinating people.
Here is a list of March’s new mobile productivity apps for Android and Apple iOS. There are both paid and free apps for your mobile productivity.
Andy. Andy gives voice-controlled access to encyclopedic information on a vast array of topics. Ask it anything. Find your answers on the go. Price: $1.99.
MapTrack. Utilize GPS tracking on Google Maps. Share your tracks with your associates in real time. While recording, the track can be shared as a Google Map link. Price: $1.97.
Mira. Mira is a semantic and intelligent personal assistant for Android. If you like Siri, this is a similar personal assistant app for your Android device. Mira speaks English and German. Price: Free.
Voice Memo Simple. Voice Memo Simple is an easy to use voice recorder that stores your recordings by time and date. Three button clicks is all it takes to record, play, or delete a voice memo. Price: Free.
Gmail Widgets Free. Gmail Widgets is a collection of home screen widgets that show the number of unread messages and previews of those messages. Updates automatically when new mail arrives. Price: Free.
OverSkreen. The OverSkreen browser can live on top of your screen, above any of your other applications and allow you to use your device’s other features while browsing. Enjoy the desktop experience on your Android device. Price: Free.
2Do. From a simple checklist to full-blown project management, 2Do is a task manager that lets you focus on what’s important. Develop projects, checklists or simple to-do lists. Features smart calendars, task alarms and more. Price: $6.98.
One-Click Signal Booster. One-Click Signal Booster provides a simple way to optimize your Android phone’s signal speed and strength. A simple tap is all it takes to have your phone’s signal levels boosted to the maximum possible for your current location. Price: $1.10.
TED. According to TED, this app provides “Riveting talks by remarkable people, free to the world.” TED’s official Android app presents talks from some of the world’s most fascinating people: education radicals, tech geniuses, medical mavericks, business gurus, and music legends. Price: Free.
Slice. Slice tracks your purchase shipments automatically — no need to manually enter in each tracking number. Slice works with Gmail and Yahoo! mail to find the receipts in your email and puts your purchase information at your fingertips. Price: Free.
Taposé. Taposé is a multifunctional productivity, multitasking and content creation resource that provides users with a collaborative multimedia journal, fully featured browser, interactive maps, and more. Price: $2.99.
Smart Office 2.
Smart Office makes creating, editing and sharing Microsoft Office and other documents on the move even easier through a contextual interface, drag and drop editing and sharing to email in original or PDF format, and sharing to Dropbox or Google Docs. Price: $9.99.
Plannerd. This is a personal organizer app. It features to-do notes, voice notes, calendars, text and drawn notes. Price: $2.99.
NOTE’d. This app is a note pad organizer. Create notes and add attachments, such as photos or voice memos. Organize notes in different notebook categories. Price: $1.99.
TextNoter Pro. Make notes anytime and anywhere, protect them with a passcode, and sync them using iCloud. You can create, modify, and save notes, even if you are not connected to the Internet. Price: $0.99.
Pen for iPad. Annotate PDFs and take notes in the way that you want. Use sets of paper and use responsive pens and markers — similar to how you do it in the real life. Price: $0.99.
Trakr. With Trakr, visualize anything you can count. Trakr is built around your needs and lets you define the actions you want to record. Price: $0.99.
Evertasks. This application is a manager for the task notes you create in Evernote. Price: $1.99.