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June 9, 2017 at 3:41 am

Productivity Apps You Should Have

We live in a highly technological era, and it’s up to our end of how we can make the most out of what we have. With the rise of smartphones, there came applications for different purposes and specifics – entertainment, games, books and magazines, social media apps, and productivity apps. So let us say you are a busy person and usually got a phone in your pocket, what should you have on your phone?

This shortlist came up with the best six applications an active and heavy user of phones a person should install on his or her Android or iOS gadget:


Vender is the ultimate productivity app for salespeople. It keeps all your key information regarding sales, and log your activity there. It also reminds you of the promises or offers you made to a client and made sure that you will fulfill those. As according to their Facebook account, they aim to improve the productivity of businesses worldwide and reduce stress level caused by work through apps and data.

Expect better and improved specs since it is updated last December 2016 and Agorra Creative Corporation (under Optimind Technology Solutions) is its developer.

WPS Office + PDF

WPS Office + PDF was recognized as the “Best App of 2015”, “Editors’ Choice,” and “Top Developer” by Google Play Awards. This app is a good alternative if you don’t have other office apps and requires premium payment for other features. WPS, as they describe their app, is an all-in-one free office suite app focusing on helping you quick and easy to create, view and edit office documents and homework anytime and anywhere on Android phones and tablets, but also offers various of value-added products to fulfill users’ different and further needs at work. Also, a must-have for the students since you can convert PDFs to a word, convert texts to fine images, scan paper documents to PDF using a camera, and much more.

Kingsoft Office Software Corporation Limited Business is the mastermind of WPS, and the last update was May 2017.


Evernote dubs itself as your second brain. It can help you with almost everything. As what they say on their site, it can capture, organize, and share notes from anywhere. Also, your best ideas are always with you and always in sync. With Evernote, you can remember everything, work smarter, and bring it all together. You can take notes and save it in different formats such as text, sketches, photos, audio, PDF, web clippings and much more.

Created and offered by Evernote Corporation and was updated last June 2017.


Another app to help you with your documents and files is Scanbot. According to their account in Google Play, Scanbot is the best document to PDF scanner app and very easy to use. Already 7 million people on Android and iOS use Scanbot to scan their documents, receipts, whiteboards, QR codes or barcodes. What’s fun is that they also implemented a Google Drive Device Synchronization, so you have all your documents on all of your Android devices.

doo GmbH is the developer of Scanbot. They updated the app last May 2017.


Stride is a flexible app which helps you track anything you want, particularly your daily goals and reminders. It also makes you accountable for the tasks you listed and keeps you motivated. You can do target value by date, average over time and project with milestones.

Goals LLC is its seller and has the app updated last May 2017.

Take time to know more these apps by searching for their respective accounts on your Android or iOS applications market. Most of them give their services for free which you can save a couple of bucks and has premium offers for a little amount. Make your phone extra useful and install these productivity apps as soon as you can!

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