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Android Apps

LinkedIn for Android 2.1 enters beta phase

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Job seekers, head hunters, and business professionals take note: LinkedIn has gone Android. A beta application for the business-focused social networking is now available for devices running Android 2.1 o…

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Productivity

Evernote 2.0 for Android is a brand new app

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Popular note-taking and memory-aid service Evernote released an update to its Android app today. Several features and bug fixes were added, but the most noticeable change is the complete re-do of the user int…

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Productivity

Adobe Connect 8 and Connect for Android pair to add more webconferencing features

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Business leaders and remote workers ought to check out what Adobe’s been working on. Continuing its push into Android support in a variety of ways, Adobe announced extended support for its Connect 8 pro…

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Google

Google beefs up Android device management for Google Apps accounts

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Google has made another move to improve Android as an enterprise operating system, and increased the appeal of Google Apps as well. Enterprise professionals now have more administrative controls thanks to t…

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Productivity

Documents to Go 3.0 in Android Market NOW, adds GDocs support and much more

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AndroidCentral discovered earlier this morning that Documents to Go would be released for Android soon. Well, soon turned into a few hours because I just went to uninstall some apps and noticed that Docs to Go 3…

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Android App Reviews

ProOnGo tracks receipts and organizes expense reports [App Reviews]

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Dinner’s over and you just spent $80 entertaining potential clients. You could wait until getting home before submitting the bill to an expense report, or you could just take out your Android phone and t…

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Productivity

Remember the Milk MIGHT make Android app free

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Task and time management service Remember the Milk just made its iPhone application free. While the Remember the Milk mobile app previously required a $25 annual fee for a Pro account, RTM is now free with some l…

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Android App Reviews

9 Ways to Make Android automatic with Tasker

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Tasker is the ultimate Android app. It creates profiles to automatically change settings, delivers shortcuts, helps manage daily activities, and automates many of the mundane tasks that you attempt to perf…

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Lifestyle

Evernote adds widgets, bug fixes, and promises offline note storage

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Evernote hasn’t made Android a priority and they know it. But Evernote, which happens to be one of the most popular productivity and lifestyle services around, is working hard to remedy that with update…

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Commmunication

Yast tracks phone calls for easy invoicing [App Reviews]

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Time is money, so monitoring your interaction shouldn’t take up much of either. Yast is a service designed to keep tabs on how often and how long someone spends speaking to clients, making it a great tool for anyo…

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Tools

Edwin makes Android a butler and data hunter [Video App Reviews]

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Android became much better with the introduction of speech-to-text and text-to-speech. Both of those features can be used for even better results with Edwin Speech-to-Speech. Edwin is an Android 2.1+ appli…

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Android App Reviews

LogMeIn Ignition comes to Android [App Reviews]

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LogMeIn Ignition is a new entry in the VNC/RDP app market for Android users, but has been around for quite a while for Mac/iPad/iPhone users. Apple folks seem to like it a lot, as it garners 4+ star ratings on Apple…

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Productivity

LogMeIn lets Android users control their computers remotely

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LogMeIn Ignition makes it possible control your Windows or Mac computer directly from your phone. The remote desktop Android app has been in beta for a few weeks, but it’s now available in the Android Mar…

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Android Apps

The Best Android GTD (Getting Things Done) App is: [Droid vs. Droid]

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Yes, I am officially the token GTD guy at Androinica. One of the things that I have battled with while owning an Android device is how to use it in my day-to-day GTD system. So, this is my mega-GTD-on-Android post t…

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Cisco Cius is an Android tablet for IT pro’s

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Cisco is the latest of many companies to announce that it plans to release an Android-powered tablet. The Cisco Cius will be a media-centric tablet geared towards business users who want to stream HD video for v…

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