For some people the mobile is a complement, for others a tool, or even a means of leisure. ** Each user is a world, and logically, not everyone uses their smartphone in the same way. ** It would not be funny in that way, do not you think?
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We always like to learn from other users and discover new applications, and we believe that it is quite interesting not to close doors in this sense. And today, I’m going to teach you what are the applications that I use to be more productive with my mobile.
The applications that I use to be more productive with my smartphone
PHOTO OF ONENOTE
When you mix Microsoft and Google, few things can go wrong, and the OneNote app for Android is good proof of that. If you have not used OneNote, we will give you some general ideas of how it is. It is a text editor in the style of Microsoft Word, but something less complete, which works like a notebook.
So to speak, within OneNote, we have different notebooks, which we can create at our will, within which we can create different epigraphs in which we can shape our ideas, images, drafts, or whatever you can think of.
The greatest virtue that this application has compared to other text editors that we can use in the cloud -like Microsoft Word combined with Dropbox- is its ease of use, and the fact that absolutely everything you do here you will open from the same site: the application.
And, it works in the cloud – and it’s free as a Windows application – so, Unlike Microsoft Word, you do not need Dropbox or Google Drive to synchronize between all your devices, nor search the files of your texts. You just open the application, and you start working without further delay.
Google Tasks does not take long on Google Play, in factwith a totally new design and much more minimalist and elegant than the one that the application had years ago.
And the truth is that – despite being a user at the time of Google Tasks- this application has not cost much to sneak into my most used applications, both for the simplicity of its use and for the design of it.
As you can see, it is a very visual application, which, by default, creates two lists of tasks, one for you to note the work and another for home. But you can create and delete lists yourself at will, to have all your objectives and tasks well organized.
And speaking of organization, Google Tasks allows us to put a due date to these tasks, as well as create subtasks within each one. To give you an idea, for example, you can create the task “Make the suitcase”, and subtasks of all the things you should put into it. The most useful thing you can do to organize yourself decently!
Google Keep is another essential productivity application on my mobile, as it is, without a doubt, the best free notes application that you can download on Google Play -or on the App Store-, since allows us to introduce attachments in our notes as photographs, audios, or links.
In addition, we can format them a lot, starting with different colors, something that personally suits me to quickly locate an important note, and even creating check boxes or putting reminders in those notes.
Without a doubt, it is the best you can download, and, as usual with Google applications, it is synchronized with your Gmail account, so you’ll have the same notes on all the devices on which you download it, including the web version of Google Keep.