The month of May brought task management and scheduling apps, a security tool, two browsers, and two new Adobe design apps.
Here is a list of May’s new mobile productivity apps for Android, Apple iOS, and Windows Phone. There are both paid and free apps. The Windows Phone apps are a new addition to this monthly list. You can browse more new Windows Phone apps at the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Doit.im Pro. This task manager applies the five stages of "Getting Things Done" — the productivity method — to make your work and life organized: collect, process, organize, review, pick tasks and do. The app aspires to be more life manager than to-do list. Price: Free.
Meta Widget. Meta is a unique widget that can turn virtually all online content into interactive widgets. Browse to a website, select an element — text, image, link or element — and enjoy this information right on your home screen. Price: Free.
AquaMail. AquaMail is an application to manage your email accounts. Easy automatic setup for popular email services — Yahoo!, Hotmail, Gmail, and more. Support for many other email services via standard Internet email protocols. Price: Free.
Free Wifi. Find open wireless networks around you with Free Wifi. Access wireless networks near you and log onto the network to save data, all without registration. Price: Free.
Android Delete History. Android Delete History can delete call logs, history of incoming and outgoing calls, and missed calls. Delete messages and sent or received SMS and MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service). Price: Free.
Hojoki. This is a newsfeed for your cloud productivity apps. Stay current with your Google Docs, Dropbox, Evernote and many other apps. Price: Free.
TrustGo Antivirus. TrustGo Security and Antivirus is a security app for the Dolphin Browser. Secure your mobile personal data and privacy. Features security scanner, privacy guard and data backup. Price: Free.