Because I am first and fore-most a mom, all my tools must help me better function in that role. My Android phone is no exception. Below are some of my favorite Android apps that help me out as a mom.
there have been some fantastic apps for Android that have given rise to increase the competition in the remote desktop arena. PhoneMyPC has risen to the occassion. Their most recent set of updates has really impressed me. The remote desktop user interface is
Now I’ve discovered that Goodreads has launched an official app for Android. It seems to have all the basic features you might need. Remember that Goodreads is a great opportunity to see what your friends are reading, post your own reviews and recommend books to friends.
InviteWiz is essentially a complete event rsvp tool that works entirely via SMS text messages. You can create events, send invitations, track replies, and send group messages to invitees. Think of it like your outlook/google calendar. Just like Outlook you use InviteWiz to
Trying to expand your network on all those social networking sites is great and all, but how do you meet new people with like interests with being considered spam? Simple, you can’t, not without being blocked or having your account seized for a few days or permanently deleted by the host. Enter Unsocial!
Its difficult to answer “Which are the most have Android Apps?” When I sit down next to people to share our favorite apps together its often difficult to find apps that we both might care about. Trying to come up with a list of apps that every Android user should have is, like I said, difficult. Here is my go at it.
LinkedIn released an official app for Android in April of 2011. Many of us had been making due with 3rd party apps that delivered a less than perfect experience with the beloved LinkedIn.com site. The app has a gorgeous user interface that is