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Android Apps for Mobile Business Tasks

This list of Android apps for business use helps make your work easier by highlighting apps specifically designed to perform tasks on a small screen.

Android tablets and mobile devices makes working on-the-go a breeze. This list of Android apps for busy, mobile business users, courtesy of Datamation, offers details on how to make your work easier by using an app specifically designed to perform tasks on a small screen.

8 Android Apps for Mobile Business Tasks

1. Schedule and View Work Shifts

Work Shifts. This app enables users to keep up with their work shifts and shift changes on their Android device. Users can add notes, mark paydays, and view their schedules weeks in advance. $0.99

2. Use Microsoft Word on your Android Device

Office 2012: TextMaker Mobile. This app enables you to use Microsoft Word on your Android device from the 6.0 through 2010 versions. Ideal for those who haven’t updated their Microsoft Office software in a while. $4.99

3. A Handy Business Card Reader

WorldCard Mobile. This app is a business card reader allowing you to scan a single or multiple business cards in a hurry. The contact info is then automatically sent to your contacts list. This app works in seven languages. $5.99

4. A PDF Reader for Android

ezPDF Reader Lite for PDF View. This app is for users who simply want to read PDFs and use advanced reading features rather than creating PDFs on their Android device. $0.99

5. Microsoft Office Lite App

QuickOffice Pro. This is also a good Microsoft Office lite app. Do everything you can on a laptop in Office on your phone and easily sync the changes you made between devices. $14.99

6. Print Digital Content from your Mobile Device

PrinterShare. This app lets you print almost any digital content on your phone from photos and SMS (texts) to emails and documents stored on your device memory, SD card or on Google Docs. Be sure to install the free Main PrinterShare app and do a test print page before you decide to buy the key to unlock premium features. $12.95

7. Work on Your Desktop Remotely

Splashtop Remote Desktop. This app streams your PC or Mac screen to your Android device and enables you to work on your desktop remotely or to retrieve files from it. Just think, now you don’t ever have to apologize for forgetting and leaving a file at the office! $4.99

8. Turn Your Android Device Into a Scanner

Mobile Doc Scanner. This app enables you to turn your Android device into a scanner to make anything from whiteboards, cocktail napkin notes, documents, magazine pages, and other stuff into a PDF you can store in the cloud, on your device, or share with others via email. $4.99

Read the complete article: 50 Android Apps for Business on the Go

 

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