iPhone and iPad apps tagged "productivity tool."
Office(2) Brings Unprecedented Document Editing Functionality to iOS
Byte Squared, leading developers of critically acclaimed business productivity apps, announces the latest update to their suite of mobile office tools, Office(2). Focusing its efforts on streamlining group collaborations in business, Office(2) combines the core functionality of Microsoft's Word, Powerpoint, and Excel programs within a single, localized app.
Next! Project Management App Turns iPad into GTD Tool
Productivity continues to be a word constantly associated with the iPad. And rightly so, its compact design, portability and robust computing power make it perfect for an everyday work or personal computer.
ScreenFloat Productivity App for Mac Adds New Features for Lion Users
Eternal Storms Software today announced the immediate availability of ScreenFloat 1.2, a popular productivity tool that creates screenshots that float above all windows for easy access and quick reference.
Vitamin-R 1.67 refines distraction elimination features
publicspace today is pleased to announce version 1.67 of Vitamin-R, its productivity tool designed to let you recapture the lost art of joyful concentration. Vitamin-R uses the latest insights from neuroscience to overcome procrastination, retain focus and maintain motivation.
neu.Notes for iPad Organizes Your Thoughts With Searchable Tags
Now and then you happen across an app that gives you something mindbogglingly simple yet so functional that you soon wonder how you ever got along without it. Other times, you happen across an app that leaves out so many no-brainers that you find yourself shouting at your iPad screen like an overly-immersed audience member at a horror movie: "No!
Create and Sync Notes with Evernote
The notebook-on-steroids service Evernote has been steadily growing stronger since its App Store debut. Version 3.0 is the best yet with some extra features that improve its usefulness and stability.
Toodledo: Quirky Name, Easy Way to Manage To-Dos
When I first heard of Tooledo, I hadn’t heard of the Web site and while I assumed it was some sort of organization application, I still admittedly thought the name was kind of “sing-song,” like a greeting Mrs.