Practical Ecommerce

18 New Productivity Apps in July 2012

The month of July brought task collaboration and online storage apps, meeting and outlining apps, and scanning and messaging tools.

Here is a list of July’s new mobile productivity apps for Android, Apple iOS, and Windows Phone. There are both paid and free apps.

Android

iShare. iShare helps you to upload, download and share files over the Internet. Use iShare as an online file storage service that could save files up to 10MB for future use. Price: Free.

Pride. This is a free, simple mobile collaboration tool for workgroups. Keep your entire team up-to-date on customers and projects. Price: Free.

Solid Explorer. Solid Explorer is a file manager with two independent panels that bring a new file browsing experience. Price: Free.

Voice Secretary. Record voice memos and set reminder details, with reminder level and reminder date. Make reminders repeatable, every hour or every day. Price: Free.

Android Defrag. This app is an Android performance booster. It clears history searches and excess tasks, increasing battery life. Price: Free.

Tasks: To Do List | ICS Theme. Tasks is a simple and efficient Android to do list app to organize your life, with both local and Google account modes. See all tasks in Gmail or Google Calendar. Price: Free.

Everyday Notes. Everyday Notes is a very simple notebook for jotting down notes about what and when things are going on. Take some quick notes on a simple daily and weekly planner app. Price: Free.

Pass It On. Create PDFs of any web page. Print your PDFs or send them to others by email from within the app. Price: Free.

Apple iOS

FineScanner. FineScanner is an all-purpose mobile scanner that can capture text from anywhere anytime. Save results in a file archive with a handy search. Price: $2.99.

Cloud Outliner. Cloud Outliner is designed to create, organize, and share ideas. Create an outline with simple drag and drop. With iCloud integration, the app keeps outlines up to date across all your devices. Price: $2.99.

Checkmark. Checkmark is a fast way to remind you of tasks. Set reminders to locations or times. Price: $2.99.


The Meeting App. Create a new meeting, and add attendees and a location. Take meeting notes, create a mind map or record audio. Price: $14.99

UX Write. UX Write is a word processor designed for working with documents. Easily edit, navigate and rearrange sections. UX Write’s native HTML5 format can be viewed and printed in web browsers. Price: $14.99.

Google Drive. Google Drive lets you keep all your stuff in one place. Upload all your files from your computer, and access them anywhere, including your iPhone or iPad. Get started with 5 GB free. Price: Free.

Windows Phone

Scan2pdf. Scan2pdf allows users to scan an image and convert it to a PDF. After scanning the image, add filters to it, change brightness and contrast, and sync it to Dropbox. Price: Free.

Bulk Msg. Bulk Msg is a mass mail and messaging tool, allowing you to send mass messages from your phone to any phone. Import your contact information. Price: $0.99.

Google Translate. Google Translate uses Google API to provide instant translations between 64 different languages. Translate words and sentences between any combination of supported languages. Price: $0.99.

ToDoo. ToDoo is a checklist to remember your daily schedule. Write what you want to do, and check what you have done during the day. Price: Free.

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Comments ( 3 )

  1. zzxxcc2 July 30, 2012 Reply

    I have an iPhone, and while I really like the selection of apps for the iOS listed, I’m not too sure about Checkmark and The Meeting App apps. Checkmark tends to crash a lot for being something that I pay for. I would rather use Any.do (http://www.any.do) or Priority Matrix (http://www.appfluence.com). The Meeting App seems kind of pricey for an app, and the only review it has says that it has no calendar sync and that the reviewer wants a refund.

  2. Sig Ueland August 1, 2012 Reply

    Thanks for the feedback! Sometimes new apps don’t stack up against the app we’re already using. I love Any.do. Thanks for Priority Matrix. Can’t wait to try it!

  3. Manish Sehgal September 7, 2012 Reply

    Have you heard of this?

    "SwiftList – The Zen of List Making"

    Here’s a video tour + tutorial
    http://youtu.be/Q_mI-O9y38s

    It’s hands down – the best darn list app available on iOS. 

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/swiftlist/id555105735?mt=8

    Totally turns the list making process into something fun and do-able, especially for all of us that can’t get down with GTD apps.

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