As technology has advanced over the past decade, many people are turning to digital solutions for enhancing productivity. Modern smart phones offer a variety of productivity software, with an emphasis on cloud based storage. With the release of Android 4.0, many smart phones are as powerful as a personal assistant.
Google recently released Ice Cream Sandwich, commonly known as Android 4.0. Android is an operating system that powers many mobile phones. It provides a central platform for developers, allowing cross-compatibility for a wide variety of smart phones.
Read on to find out how to be productive on your mobile device.
Explore related content: Android, digital productivity, EverNote, Google Apps, Ice Cream Sandwich, iPad, mobile productivity, OneNote, productivity
This is an interesting podcast on increasing digital productivity.
Explore related content: digital life, digital productivity, Polymorphic Podcast, productivity
Does RSS kill your productivity? (What’s RSS?) Jacqui Cheng at Ars Digita seems to think so.
So, is RSS a time-suck, or a time-saver?
Explore related content: Ars Digita, digital productivity, Jacqui Cheng, productivity, RSS, time wasters
This great app provides the iPad user with an easy to manage shopping list that can be taken everywhere.
Explore related content: Apple, Apple iPad, iPad, iPad app, productivity, ShoppingList
Apple’s iPad has grown in popularity amongst tech-savvy people and gadget-lovers alike. There are thousands of apps available on the market for the iPad, some of which are meant for entertainment purposes, many of which have an aim towards productivity. The best thing about the iPad is that all of these apps may be downloaded and installed via wireless internet. Here, we will concentrate on the top 5 productivity apps.
Explore related content: Apple, apps, iPad, productivity, roundup
The Wall Street Journal reports on a new study that says browsing the web at work can help reduce boredom and increase productivity. What do you think about that, or are you currently browsing to take a break off of work? Via
Explore related content: boredeom, break, Office, productivity, Wall Street Journal