Best Productivity Apps List For Android & iOS 2013

Every platform has its own importance, in mobile platform Android and iOS are most popular OS’s. Thetechhacker selected best productivity apps lists for Android and iOS. Here is the list of Best Productivity Apps list for Android and iOS.

Best Productivity Apps For Android

Swiftkey

Swiftkey

Ranked No#1 app in 38 countries, this app is the best app available in this category. Swiftkey is a keyboard replacement app. Swiftkey can analyze your typing patterns and learn from it, providing you with the most accurate predictive text. It also supports multiple languages. It comes only in the paid version, it offers a 30 day trial period. After the period is over it automatically locks. You need to purchase the app to unlock.

Any

Any.Do

Any.Do is simple To-do list task list creator for Android. Any.do is beautifully designed, simple to use and user-friendly. It is a fast and powerful manager for Android.

Pocket

Pocket

Pocket is an easy way to save web clips to read them later. When you find something on the web that you want to view later, put it in the pocket. It automatically syncs to your phone, tablet or computer so you can view it any time. You can save articles, videos everything on Pocket.

Floating Toucher App

Floating Toucher

Floating Toucher offers freedom to choose customized controls to Android screen. With a single click, you can easily access utilities, apps and shortcuts. It saves a lot of time to operate Android phone with ease.

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ez pdf Reader

ezPDF Reader

ezPDF Reader Multimedia PDF for Android. It allows you to view PDFs as they would appear on your PC, ezPDF Reader allows you to fill in forms and even has the ability to play multimedia files embedded inside the PDFs. You can easily edit and markup with stylus.

Root Explorer

Root Explorer (File Manager)

There are a number of file managers available in the Google Play store. But accessing to the root level including the elusive data folder is not possible for normal file browsers. Root Explorer is a file manager works with rooted phones.
When you first launch Root Explorer, it’s asks for root access. It can go through the every file root of your file system. The interface is normal no funky or flashy icons or graphics are available. It works perfectly with basic and simple looking icons. When you press on any file it opens the complete menu. You can easily zip or tar the folder right from the root explorer, which is very useful for backing up data.

Best Productivity Apps For iOS

Sparrow

Sparrow

Sparrow is an iPhone mail client designed with ease to provide you with an efficient and pleasant mailing experience. Lightweight and fast, Sparrow is the simplest way to get to the inbox.

Reeder

Reeder

It is a powerful RSS reader for iOS devices. Which easily allow users to subscribe to their favorite online publications, tag stories, favorite articles. Currently, it is available free in App store.

USB Disk

USB Disk

USB disk lets you store documents and files on your iOS devices. You can view and manage documents easily, it has built-in viewer with a simple and intuitive interface.

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IFTTT App

IFTTT

IFTTT is a web service that lets you automate the web services, like same way IFTTT for iOS app is launched. It allows users to connect apps on your iPhone and iPad with each other. IFTTT offering three channels Contacts, Photos, and Remainders. Channels are services like Facebook, Gmail, Twitter, as well as devices like Philips Hue, Belkin WeMo, and UP by Jawbone.

Agenda Calender 4

Agenda Calender 4

Agenda is the calendar app for iOS devices, the user interface is clean and simple to use. Agenda is completely driven by gestures. Swipe left and right or up and down on any view. Edge swipe from the right to jump to a date.

Text Expander

Text Expander

Text Expander for iOS saves time with typing predictive text automatically when the app detects certain keystrokes. Tap that abbreviation, and it automatically expands to the full snippet.

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Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, Phone Opinions, and Ask Hacker. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.

1 Comment
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    appsicum Sep 26, 2013 at 11:14 am

    Evernote,
    Yelp and Dropbox Apps are some of the best apps which people generally include
    in there app lists. Some good apps here. You can also include Future Scheduler
    and Location Alerts in this productive iPhone and android apps list.

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