Today we feature a guest post from Reese Jones:
People are always on the go. From early morning preparations to heading back home, events are always jampacked into one short day. Even keeping things in mind becomes more of a struggle when everything’s a mess.
If you’re one of these people having trouble organizing a very busy life, then look no further. Here are 5 Free Android Apps that will sort any mess back into its order.
No matter how much you plan your day, you still miss some of its events if you don’t write it down. As the old saying goes, “the mind can only hold so much.” Here’s what Any.Do does best. It’s loaded with features to remind you of everything you want to remember.
Running late but you have to complete your drafts or spreadsheets, no worries. CloudOn brings you Microsoft Office to your mobile device. Create simple PowerPoint Presentations, write up Word Documents, and keep track of your Excel Spreadsheets. All it takes is one download from Google Play Store.
Google Chrome is a very simple and fast web browser. It comes with a lot of advantages from your phone’s web browser. Easily surf the net with tabbed browsing and sync your passwords, bookmarks and data from your computer to your smartphone. Sign in and join the fun.
There are times when you’ve read something in the internet but you don’t have time for any of it. Simply put it in Pocket, an interesting app that stores interesting websites on your smartphone. All you need to do is to create an account and save everything that piques your interest. Now why not read those articles when you’re on your flight abroad or while you’re relaxing at home.
Thanks to AstroFile, smartphones now have a decent file manager. Easily organize and view your photos, music, video, and other documents and kill tasks that dryout your smartphone’s battery life. What’s more, you can easily make back-ups of your apps if you want to change your smartphone or something happens to it.
About the Author
Reese Jones is a tech and gadget lover, a die-hard fan of iOS and console games. She started her writing venture recently and writes about everything from quick tech tips, to mobile-specific news from the likes of O2, to tech-related DIY.