Weekly App Round Up 17/09/14

Welcome to this week's Weekly App Roundup! Each week we'll be shining a light on the latest and greatest apps available for your phones and tablets. This week we're taking a look at free three productivity apps!

Welcome to this week's Weekly App Roundup! Each week we'll be shining a light on the latest and greatest apps available for your phones and tablets. This week we're taking a look at free three productivity apps! 

OneNote
Free
iOS, Android, Windows Phone

OneNote's not a new app, but it's been one of my staples for year. Aside from my email software and my web browsers, it’s the one program I'll use every day whether I'm on my PC, my Mac, an iPhone, Android or Windows Phone device. More importantly, no matter where I am, my notes are always in sync.

Today Microsoft announced its making OneNote better for iOS and Android. Users on iOS8 will now be able to clip websites, export file attachments and save photos directly to OneNote. In addition, Android Wear users running OneNote will be able to take notes using their smartwatch's voice command functionality.

Acompli
Free
iOS, Android

While Acompli's been available on iOS for a while now, it's only just seen an Android release. Acompli provides users with a simple, elegant way to manage both emails and calendars, and has a number of gestures to speed up the process. In addition to Android support, the latest update implemented a priority inbox feature similar to Gmail that automatically finds your important emails into a "Focused Inbox", making it easier to work on what's essential.

Acompli supports Exchange, Office 365, Google Apps, Gmail, iCloud, Yahoo, Outlook.com, Hotmail and Live email accounts.

MailTime
Free
iOS

MailTime is a new take on an email app, and rather than presenting email in a traditional message view, it presents them akin to a text message conversation. In fact, MailTime even ape's iOS' messaging interface, meaning iPhone users should feel perfectly at home using the app as their new inbox. MailTime's been designed to promote shorter, more meaningful emails, and will even warn users when that they're writing is too long.

At present, MailTime only supports Gmail and Google App accounts. An Android version is currently in development.

Want more? Check out last week's apps here!



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