Six Mobile Productivity Apps

, August 10, 2012 A key part of a mobility strategy is supplying efficiency-boosting applications. Here are some top options.
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QuickOffice from Google

Google recently snapped up QuickOffice, which works on Android, iPad, iPhone and Symbian-based phones.

The QuickOffice mobile app enables users to create, edit, store and share files from the Microsoft Office Suite including PowerPoint, Excel and Word. Quick Office connects to Dropbox, Box and Google Docs. Users work with these apps inside QuickOffice. QuickOffice Pro HD for iPad and Android Honeycomb start at $19.99.


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