Tag archive for ‘android apps’

5 Better Organizer Apps for Android

by Chris Cairns - on Jan 9th 2017 - No Comments
Get a better planner

Not to take anything away from the default tools preloaded onto your smartphone, like Google Calendar, but it’s certainly worth your while to look for better organizer apps to get (and keep) your life in order. The relative simplicity of Google Keep and Google Tasks might be appealing, but they are also inherently limiting. If...

5 Awesome Mobile Project Management Apps

by Michael Kwan - on Aug 18th 2016 - No Comments
Mobile worker

Staying on top of all the moving parts of a complex project can be very challenging at the best of times. And while there are innumerable online tools and desktop programs that work great when you are sitting in front of your computer in your office, the reality of the situation might dictate that you need to work on the go too. And that’s...

Amazing Free Android Apps for Working Faster

by Michael Kwan - on Jun 21st 2016 - No Comments
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Android smartphone

There are only 24 hours in the day and you don’t have a second to spare. Twiddling around with the settings or looking up that address for the 37th time can waste precious moments that you could otherwise be using to be more productive and more effective in the work you do. Tools and shortcuts can help you recover those precious...

Plan to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions with Helpful Tech

by Chris Cairns - on Dec 2nd 2014 - No Comments
Getting in Shape: New Year's Resolutions

Yes, I fully realize that you’ve barely recovered from the turkey coma of Thanksgiving and the consumerized trampling of Black Friday. Yes, I realize that you might only now be in the process of putting up your Christmas lights and you’re still anticipating the massive nature of a holiday feast. Even so, the ball will be dropping...

Five Home Automation Apps For Android

by Michael Kwan - on Mar 30th 2014 - No Comments
Servo Light Switch

Why do things manually when you can let technology take care of those sorts of things for you? Better still, what if you could handle all of that technology wirelessly, remotely and conveniently from your smartphone or tablet? We’d already looked at some of the better home security apps on the market, but what about when it comes...

Awesome Android Apps You May Have Missed In 2013

by Michael Kwan - on Feb 13th 2014 - No Comments
Awesome Android Apps for Free

With thousands of apps being released through the Google Play Store and the Amazon AppStore, it’s very easy for a few fantastic gems to fly under your radar. You already know to get mainstays like Foursquare, Instagram, and Google Keep, but there are all sorts of other awesome Android apps that deserve your attention. Here are five...

Top Tips And Apps For A Better Airport Experience

by Michael Kwan - on Dec 16th 2013 - No Comments
Beijing International Airport

As much as I like to travel and see the world, I’m no fan of the typical airport experience. You’re supposed to arrive at this place well in advance of your flight, only to deal with a mess of traffic along the way, check-in kiosks that become unresponsive, extra long lineups at security and customs, and a severe lack of Wi-Fi...

Back To School Reference Apps For Android

by Chris Cairns - on Sep 9th 2013 - No Comments
Back to School and Chemistry Class

It may be a tough pill to swallow for many of the students out there, but yes indeed, it is time to go back to school. Thankfully, technology has come a long way and it really does play a critical role in today’s education. You already know about some of the useful back to school iPhone apps that are out there, but what about the...

Android Apps To Read The News

by Michael Kwan - on Aug 12th 2013 - No Comments
How Do You Read the News?

The world is wonderfully vast and diverse and complicated. It’s also incredibly interconnected and what this ends up meaning is that there are a lot of things going on at any given time and it’s impossible for a single human being to keep up with all of it. You need other people to help you curate those stories and organize...

Create Your Own Virtual Wallet With These Android Apps

by Michael Kwan - on Jun 13th 2013 - No Comments
Get Rid of Your Wallet

We haven’t quite moved to being a completely cashless society just yet, but it’s oftentimes true that you can get by with just a credit card or a debit card. Maybe your town has one of those “tap” style metro passes like the Octopus card in Hong Kong or the upcoming Compass card in Vancouver. Even so, you’re...