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Mobile Software Mobile Life

Athryn Mitchell

Mobile phone analyst, Editor-in-Chief of TransPhone. Find more on her Fackbook or Google+.

How many apps do you have on your Android/iPhone? Take me for example: I have about 80 apps installed on my Samsung Galaxy S6. I am sure that iOS users who use iPhone 6s Plus/6s/6 Plus/6 and more has installed large quantity of apps on their iDevice as well. The first thing you might do when you get a new phone is to download and install apps on it. It's convenient if you want to switch from one Android phone to another because you can transfer app data and game record from one Android to another with ease. If not, you have to install apps on your new Android.
Apps for Android and iPhone
As apps are always needed by smartphone users, I'd love to share with you some useful apps both for work and for entertainment. If you have better recommendation, please kindly leave comments and discuss with us.

On Duty
If you are an office worker, you need note apps to add to-do list, incoming-outgoing records and appointments and some calendar apps to remind you of your friends/lovers birthday, anniversary, etc. Of course, if you want to form a new goal of losing weight, learning foreign language, learning swimming and more plans which need insistence, you can use the time tracker to track your time and see how much time are wasted in vain.
Take Notes on Android and iPhone
Besides apps to add reminder and schedule your daily task, the cloud service apps are essential as well. If you want the notes and calendars you edit on your Android be synced to different devices so that you can check it everywhere, you need cloud-based note-taking apps. Moreover, if you want to sync the photos, videos music and documents to different devices, cloud-storage apps like Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive will be a good choice. With these cloud-note apps, you can sign in with the same accounts and sync them easily.
Save Files on Cloud Storage Apps
As for business man, we need to use email to find potential customers, bargain with our current customers and report our work to our boss. How many times have you check your emails? How many email accounts do you have? It's quite inconvenient to switch between email accounts. Thankfully, we have email apps to help us gather all emails in one app so that we can receive and send emails with ease.
Check Emails with Emails Apps on Android or iPhone
Note: If you are freaking out because there are so many passwords for your cloud-storage apps, emails, and more, you can try the password manager to tidy up and secure your pass codes.

Off Duty
There's an old saying: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. We need a rest and entertain ourselves as the reward of the hard-working day. Some loves going to the bar, some prefer listening to the music with music player apps, some like watching videos on their Android/iPhone with video player apps while some would rather quiet activities like reading books with ebook reader in bed.
Listen to Music on Android and iPhone
Note: To get free music and video resources easily, you can download music from YouTube with the help of TunesGo.

Weekend Trip
When the weekend comes, you can go for a small trip with a few friends. Just take photos and record the happy moments with your Android/iPhone camera. When you go back home, you can also edit photos and share pictures with your online friends on Facebook, Instagram and more social media apps.
Take Photos on Android and iPhone
Manage and Tidy Up Smartphone
Maybe you will have the same headache as I do after installing so many apps: Android phone is getting slower and slower because the internal storage is insufficient. Thankfully, there are three ways to remit it:
1. You can transfer critical but seldom used files to computer - Android Transfer for Android 2.3 to Android 6.0 phones and iOS Transfer for iOS 6 to iOS 9 devices.
2. For the critical but not frequently used files like photos and videos, you can share photos from Android to Dropbox and delete them from your smart phone.
3. You can root your Android or jailbreak your iPhone to uninstall the pre-install apps.

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