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6 Apps to Help You Work Smarter

From short lists to lengthy research, no matter what form your writing takes, Evernote keeps the users focused on moving those ideas from inspiration to c

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There is always the need to constantly update ourselves with new technology, keep a track on what our teams need to enhance competence. Here are 6 apps that will ensure your team stays productive and smart.

Bored of long mails and consistent spamming? Switch to Flock for instant communication, and catch up on all your work real time.

Flock: An enterprise messaging and collaboration app that helps simplifying communication and boosting organizational productivity. It’s not just a messaging and file sharing too, but Flock’s other powerful features make it the ideal tool for organizations looking to move to a real-time communication model.

Highlights: 

·         Create team or task specific groups, add internal members along with external vendors

·         Let’s you integrate external apps like Trello, Twitter, Mailchimp, thus no more switching between windows

·         Direct your conversations with @Mentions

·         Company directory at your finger tips

Want to create your own apps for the phone and customize it with your imagination.

WorkflowWorkflows connect apps and actions together to automate things you do on your device. To build a workflow, just drag and drop together a series of actions. Workflow includes actions that utilize the content on your device and interact with your favorite apps. For example, you can call an Uber in advance of your next calendar event or create a button to give your mom a quick call.

Highlights:

·         Lets you connect the apps and actions together automatically

·         Provides endless combinations of actions that helps utilize the content of the device

·         Helps you make your own apps by adding them to your home screen and customize it with your favorite colors

The incessant and ever-growing files, that need to be tracked and maintained, ever crave for a life that doesn’t make you look like a librarian.

Evernote: From short lists to lengthy research, no matter what form your writing takes, Evernote keeps the users focused on moving those ideas from inspiration to completion. Easily gather everything that matters. Clip web articles, capture handwritten notes, and snap photos to keep the physical and digital details of your projects with you at all times.

Highlights:

·         Lets the user share the all the documents with everyone who matters

·         Makes all the shared saved items handy and easy to find

·         Automatically synced across all devices

Want the moral of the story and not the whole Ramayana, switch to Inshorts, and get access to all the news in just 60 words.

InshortsThis news app has a card style approach where the app offers news stories of around the world in just 60 words. This gives a quick insight into to the news to the busy professionals at work. The app allows quick browsing through the personalized news feed, for a more visual approach.

Highlights:

·         Provides access to all the news in one place, in just 60 words

·         Only facts, no opinions

Have difficulty in remembering passwords, allow last pass to remember it for you.

Last Pass: Last Pass is password vault for strong password generator for all platforms in a single mobile app. Users can sync their password vaults, and then have the LastPass browser automatically fill in forms and login details when surfing the Web and accessing sites, either through the in-app browser, Safari or Chrome.

Highlights:

·         Remembers all passwords of different platforms and logs you in automatically

·         Operates through just one master passwords

·         Helps you work faster and smarter by providing hassle free access

If you want to create connections between your frequently used apps, IFTTT helps you build such links effortlessly

IFTTT stands for “if this, then that” and it helps automate small tasks between web connected services. "This" stands for a trigger, while the "That" stands for an action, and these two linked events create an IFTTT recipe.

Highlights:

·         Connect apps and devices you use every day

·         More than 100 channels available

·         Create and share custom recipes or browse existing recipes created by other IFTTT users



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