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Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional. Needing a diary is up to you, but take a look at Murakami Diary for iOS
If the phrase Norwegian Wood conjures sounds of Mersey beat or Scandinavian forests, rather than taking you back to Sixties Tokyo and tales of awkward love, you’re not the target audience for this.
Manage your team and their tasks from the touchscreen of your iPad with KnowMyTeam Pro
If you’re a manager of a team at your office, KnowMyTeam Pro might be the answer to all your prayers.
Agenda Calendar is as close to your trusty paper calendar as you can get on iOS and Android
Whether you have a busy schedule or a lifestyle that only requires the occasional entry, you still want to be able to look at your calendar and glean the required information without any fuss.
Create the ultimate digital vault for your personal details with OneSafe for iOS
Just stop to think about it: exactly how many accounts, bank cards and store cards, passwords and myriad other details do you actually have? How many do you use regularly? More importantly – how many do you forget all about? Add to that all the additional details such as car or home insurance, temporary reservation codes or work notes – it all adds up.
Reinventing the wheel on iPhone in the name of productivity
The day humanity truly became an innovative race was the day the wheel was invented.
Mobile project management for your iPhone and Android smartphone
Project management is one of the most difficult tasks in any organisation, and there are countless physical and emotional barriers that can get in the way of a smooth operation.
Note-taking on your iPhone made refreshingly simple
Note-taking is an important task, and most of us need to do it at one time or another.
View your Google Analytics info in style on iOS
When it comes to keeping track of what’s going on with your website, there’s no better way than using Google Analytics.
Remotely control your desktop from your iPad
Using your iPad as a remote control for a Mac or PC is too good an opportunity to pass up in our opinion, even if it’s only for novelty value.
Expand your network using locations, interests and business credentials
LinkedIn is the premier online service for building business connections, and it has a proven track record in helping people to get to know others in similar industries, and for helping them build worthwhile business relationships.
It’s another note-syncing app, but will this catch on?
Note-taking apps are one of the oldest smartphone programs, and things went a step further when it was possible to sync notes across devices.
Another one for the note-taking fraternity
Note-taking apps are nothing new, so it means that originality and innovation are more important than ever if you want to stand out and convince iOS device owners to choose you for their productivity needs.
Free up some mental space with the canvases in Concept
The app marketplace is a crowded space when it comes to productivity downloads, and developers have taken it into their own hands to ensure that the functionality and interface of their own work allows them to stand out.
A clever presentation solution that will work for all professionals
Making presentations is never an easy task, and even with a laptop you run the risk of losing important work just before that vital meeting.
This digital wall chart will make you a master of time management
Decisions, decisions, decisions; we all have to make them.
Don’t get rid of keynote just yet…
There has been a growing trend among iOS apps to try and adopt the Apple ethos when it comes to design.
Send, receive and digitally staple electronic documents
Like most apps out there, Twindocs sets out to provide a useful solution to a common problem, and if there’s one problem that’s bound to have plagued almost everyone at one time or another, it’s the issue of attaching large files and emailing them to others.
Keep organised with one of slickest apps out there
Occasionally, you stumble across an app that makes you question why Apple hadn’t thought of this themselves.
A familiar to-do list style, but not a bad one
We knew it wouldn’t take long for the influence of Clear to be felt on the App Store, and Task is the first app to draw from some of the best bits of that app without totally copying the format (though the icon is rather similar).
Make greater and better connections with any of your LinkedIn contacts
Although it was a bit slow to set up (on our connection anyway), this app takes everything that is good about LinkedIn – the network for business connections – and gives it some very useful communication extras that work equally as well on 3G as they do Wi-Fi.