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20 New Productivity Apps in May 2012

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.

Android

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.

Apple iOS

Gotask. GoTask is a task management tool that allows you to create Agile Scrum and Getting Things Done projects efficiently in one place. Price: $7.99.

Yahoo! Axis. Yahoo! Axis is a new browser for your iPhone, iPad, and even your desktop. Enter your search, see and interact with the results without ever leaving the page you are on. Features snapshots of each result so you can preview a site before you visit it. Price: Free.

Diet Coda. This app allows you to make quick edits to your websites on the go. It features remote-only editing, FTP and SFTP file management, syntax highlighting, and more. Price: $19.99

Parker Planner. This is a calendar that also combines to-do lists and notes. Sync your Google Calendar or Outlook. Price: $2.99.

Inkflow. Inkflow works like a word-processor for visual thinking. Capture your ideas as easily as with pen and paper, then arrange and reorganize them with your fingers. Price: Free.

Adobe Collage. Adobe Collage lets you assemble creative “moodboards” combining images, drawings, video and text. Price: $9.99.

Adobe Proto. Adobe Proto lets you create wireframes of websites and apps right on your tablet. Design interactive wireframes and prototypes for websites and mobile apps with the convenience of simple touch gestures. Price: $9.99.

Windows Phone

Handwrite Notes. Take handwritten notes with automatic saving. Fully supported synchronization of the notes with SkyDrive and export-as-image function. Price: $1.99.

Call Recorder. Call Recorder is a handy tool to record calls and play them back. Price: Free.

Call And SMS Scheduler. Schedule a SMS or a call for a later time. App will prompt you to call at the due time. If you schedule an SMS, it will be sent automatically after the prompt. Price: Free.

Better Task. This is a task manager. It features a stylish design, “DueTime” reminder, and gesture manipulation. Price: Free.

Multimessage. This app lets you create and save groups to which you can instantly send SMSs or emails. Price: Free.

TwinBrowser. TwinBrowser offers two simultaneous windows to navigate independently and with a common toolbar. Designed for multitaskers or researchers who need to compare websites. Price: Free.

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Comments ( 3 )

  1. finklemcgraw June 3, 2012 Reply

    Good list! While not a completely new app for Android, netMemo is the most recent addition to my list of useful productivity apps. It’s a nieched voice note recorder that let’s you record and send a voice note with only one click (it is then delivered to your e-mail inbox for later processng). Great if you use GTD!

  2. David Pavlicko June 7, 2012 Reply

    Nice round up. I’d add 2:

    — any.do (android and iphone app) – nice clean layout, supports voice to text for scheduling tasks, free.

    — trello app. fantastic free scrum tool that syncs perfectly with the browser site. highly recommend.

  3. jonathanwills August 6, 2012 Reply

    Hey Guys!
    Nice list thanks for sharing… Would like to add Future Scheduler app (paid) for Android this helps you in scheduling text messages, emails, status update and phone calls.
    Android Market (Google play):
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.dev.and.scheduler

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