Android in Business Application: Top 5 Apps You Could Consider

We all work hard, and play harder. But while that time we work hard, we make a point to reap the maximum benefit out of it. And since work is, and always will be hard, why not let your Android-powered smartphone do half the work for you?

Your Android-powered smartphone has been built with the capability of handling more operations at a single time. So even when you are enjoying that great track from your pre-defined playlist in your smartphone, you can still chalk out the presentation that you need to present in office the next day, on the same device.

Android in Business Application: Top 5 Apps You Could Consider

But while there are a number of such apps that help you bring the best out of your business, which should be the primary ones that you could look to install on your phone for day-to-day use?

Here is the list of top 5 Business oriented apps that you could look to install on your Android-powered smartphone.

Google Drive
Google Drive is Google's own cloud storage platform that offers you easy access to all your important files and folders that you need in times of emergency. Integrated perfectly with Quick Office, users will just need to sign in using their respective Google account credentials, and every document the user creates or edits will be automatically uploaded to the cloud.

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Meebo lets you stay connected to any instant messaging service. Users can log in simultaneously on AIM, Facebook, Google Talk, ICQ, MSN, and Yahoo (YHOO) to keep in touch with all their contacts. You can also create a Meebo account to save a collective log of all your chats.

Apart from being a potent note-taking app, Evernote also help you organize your mails that are importantly related to your work. This free app allows you to read out or manually enter notes, snap photos, create to-do-lists and more. So wherever you go, you will always carry along your important documents.

Skype involves a lot of nostalgia and remembering the good old days. The service remains quite popular among users as it not only a great option to make free calls, but also for sending texts - great for keeping in touch with all your important contacts. However, you'll have to approve contacts here before you can start communicating with that person.

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AK Notepad
AK Notepad is a great app for taking quick notes on the go. This app also includes a reminder feature that sends alerts to you based on the time the note was taken. Users can export notes to specialized apps such as Evernote, and even send notes to the user via SMS or e-mail.

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