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SwiftKey ($1.99) has become a hit with Android users who do a lot of typing on mobile devices, The app, which promotes itself as a keyboard that understands you, provides accurate autocorrect and next-word prediction in 60 languages.
FastCustomer relieves the nightmare of listening to headache-inducing, on-hold music, especially when you need to continue working while waiting for live customer service representatives on the phone. As an alternative to the bad music, you continue what you are doing and FastCustomer does the waiting for you.
The app provides a long list of companies you may wish to contact. Tap the screen and FastCustomer will ring your phone once for you when the customer rep finally gets on the line. The app works for Android devices, Kindle Fire and Chrome.
Just Get It Done
The majority of today's workers rely on their mobile devices and apps to stay connected no matter where they are. As mobile devices for work continue to gain momentum, professionals will increasingly look to productivity apps that can support the work they do.
A survey from Premiere Global Services Inc. (PGI), a virtual meetings company, found that 42 percent of U.S. employees choose to check in with the office once a day while on vacation, and 40 percent report checking in multiple times a day.
Sean O'Brien, PGi executive vice president, noted a trend where "work" becomes less about the place you go, but more closely aligned with getting the job done.
Posted: 2013-09-26 @ 4:48am PT
If you are looking for the best productivity app, then you should check out Future Scheduler and Location Alerts Productivity apps (Paid).
Posted: 2013-08-27 @ 1:14pm PT
Informative article. I conduct a lot of business on my Android and I use TalkNotes Plus to take and organize all my notes by the actual call. With all the notes apps out there, it is unique in this aspect.