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Top 5 Mobile Apps that make your work easy.

Published on 21 July 14

Smartphones have made our lives easier and more connected and even those who would otherwise find themselves as outsiders among people talking about technologies are getting more included with just their phones. The smartphone experience is so incredible only because of its galaxy of apps that make a phone more than just a telecommunication device. One can choose from a vast variety at app stores the exact application required.

Here are top five smartphone apps today that help make your life easier and a bit more fun at the same time:
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If you have a smartphone, tablet, or a window PC or MAC. Evernote is the best app when it comes to efficient notetaking and saving back information either through typing or taking a photo on the cloud so that there’s no chance of it getting easily lost. Moreover, retrieving the notes saved on evernote is very easy. The Evernote service also has quite a swift OCR to scan through texts entered in a photo note and showing you results (if any) for verb related errors.


Amazon’s ebook reading app is now ubiquitous, simple to use and offers access to your entire Amazon library. You just have to download it on your smart device, enter your Amazon credentials, connect to the Internet and sync all your Kindle ebooks to any of the supported devices that you carry. And thats not it, you can also sync notes, bookmarks and last read point from a book on one device to another; making your reading experience a breeze.


Facebook Messenger is there and so are apps like Nimbuzz, WeChat and many others. But there’s no competition to Whatsapp, an almost ubiquitous app now found on all smart devices. It’s annoying, it’s distracting, but there is no escaping the charm, appeal and utter convenience of this ridiculously inescapable app. Whatsapp is absolutely a must-have app, if you have more than two friends.


What started off as SkyDrive is now named as OneDrive; the Microsoft’s very own cloud storage service. It’s a great tool to have on one’s smart device , to backup and sync all kinds of files from your smartphone, tablet, PC or MAC - whether it’s at home or at work - all at once without any problems. Synced files can be accessed through a standard Web browser and the service also allows for sharing data through Linked folders - either with the outside world or specified recipients or any fellow OneDrive users. You get a 7GB of free storage and students additionally get an extra 3GB.