Apps whether for computers or mobile devices are created for a purpose and undoubtedly, they have made life much more convenient for numerous consumers. It’s no surprise then that millions of people worldwide today like to use them and continue to download them.

It is being predicted that by 2016, the number of app downloads will reach 45 billion a year. Interestingly, more than 1 billion iPhone apps are downloaded from iTunes every month.

In the area of work productivity, there are specific apps worth using. They can help in completing your work on time, organizing schedules and managing various tasks.

Evernote

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This will help users remember and store everything from important dates and photos to meetings, ideas and plans. It’s a free service that lets you access all your data anywhere and stores them securely. A unique feature of this app is its skitch tool that allows users to draw whatever they want to.

Dragon Mobile Assistant

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Having a virtual assistant is the trend today but not everybody can afford to hire one so why not get this free assistant on your iPhone or Android device. This app features a voice-directed dictation tool that lets you speak in order to make calls, send text messages, update social media accounts and schedule appointments. A great feature as well is the ability to provide a name for this app such that when you call its name, the app will immediately get to work.

Cloudon

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This is a free cloud tool compatible with iOS and Android run devices. It allows users to create and edit their files in Microsoft Office, Excel and PowerPoint through their smartphone or tablet. Files stored in cloud hosting services such as Box, DropBox, Google Drive and Microsoft SkyDrive can also be accessed using this app.

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