The month of June brought video-sharing apps, email managers, an assistant for step-by-step repairs, note-taking apps, tools to plan your day’s activities, and a daily deal guide.
Here is a list of June’s new mobile productivity apps for Android, Apple iOS, and Windows Phone. There are both paid and free apps.
Tapatalk. Tapatalk aggregates message-board content of your choice from over 60,000 Internet communities. Share and follow thoughts and opinions to all your communities within a single app. Price: $2.99.
iFixit. iFixit is a free repair manual. It provides thousands of step-by-step guides, helpful images, and engaging videos that make it easy to repair your stuff. Price: Free.
Living Social. Living Social is now available for Windows Phone 8. Get daily deals of cool things to do in your town. Click the view the deal button and buy directly on your phone. Price: Free.
Network Speed Test. Network Speed Test can provide detailed information about the upload and download speeds of your Internet connections. The App also maintains a history of tests for easy comparisons. Price: Free.
Keek. Keek is a fast and easy way to watch, record and share video updates. Features verified accounts and a top 100 leaderboard. Subscribe to your favorites. Price: Free.
Dispatch. Dispatch makes it easy to act on mails, even when you’re on the move. Delete, defer, delegate and generate actions with ease. Integrates with a variety of apps to prioritize reminders and to-dos. Price: $4.99.
Foresee. Foresee is a weather app that allows you to sync your activities with ranges of ideal weather conditions. Use activity forecasts in thousands of cities around the world. Share activity forecasts on Facebook and Twitter. Price: $0.99.
Morning. Morning is designed to make your daily activities easier by giving you the information you need at the start of the day. It features a variety of info panels, such as weather, reminders, commute, calendar, stocks, and news. Price: $2.99.
Office Mobile. Microsoft Office Mobile is the official Office companion optimized for your iPhone. Work on Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint documents on the go. Requires an Office 365 subscription. Price: Free.
Vesper. Vesper is a simple and elegant tool for collecting notes, ideas, things to do — anything you want to remember. Use tags to group items into playlist-like collections. Organize and curate your notes whatever way comes naturally to you. Price: $4.99.
Quick Drafts for iPad. Capture and share your ideas with Quick Drafts for iPad. Create notes as to-do lists, send them via email, iMessage, Facebook, or Twitter. Post them to your calendar, save them to Dropbox and Evernote or forward them to your favorite text editor. Price: Free.
Instagram. Instagram just got a big upgrade. Similar to Twitter’s Vine, Facebook’s Instagram now allows users to create short videos. Record clips to create a montage, and apply a variety of filters. Also available on iOS. Price: Free.
Facebook Photo Save. Facebook Photo Save is an application that helps users save Facebook photos to a mobile device. Price: Free.
Boomerang. Boomerang is an email client for Gmail and Google Apps accounts. It features snoozing emails, scheduling email for later, response tracking, and more. Price: Free.
Beautiful Timer. Beautiful Timer is a simple timer with nice features. The timer is resistant to cell phone restarts, provides notifications with restart and interrupt, and responds to gestures. Price: Free.
CallRec Lite. CallRec Lite allows you to record your phone calls, both incoming and outgoing calls. Free Lite version limits recording to 1 minute. Price: Free.