Tag Archive: Productivity


Google Keep vs. Google Tasks: Two productivity extremes

Google has two to-do apps in its arsenal, and the difference between them is clear.

Google believes in giving its users choice, which may be part of why it has two email clients, four reminder systems, an ever-growing number of chat apps, and now two music subscription services. Google has two to-do services — Google Keep and the newly-revived Google Tasks — with two remarkably different feature sets and integrations. If you’re wondering which one you should  [Read More…]

Name your price! 8-part productivity, security, and optimization PC software

Score up to eight programs for your computer for as much as you’re willing to spend. Worth nearly $ 300, it can be yours for whatever you decide. $ 50? $ 25? $ 20? You pick. The Ashampoo bundle features productivity, security, optimization, and operational titles.

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Boost your productivity with the 2018 Windows Refresh Bundle, pay what you want

Are you a Windows user looking for an all-in-one bundle to help you achieve your goals and keep you productive? The 2018 Windows Refresh Bundle is designed to do just that, featuring 10 types of software that will aid in data recovery (in the event of accidental loss) and productivity involving photography, editing files side-by-side, […]

Get data recovery and productivity software with the 2018 Windows Refresh Bundle, pay what you want

Are you a Windows user looking for an all-in-one bundle to help you achieve your goals and keep you productive? The 2018 Windows Refresh Bundle is designed to do just that, featuring 10 types of software that will aid in data recovery (in the event of accidental loss) and productivity involving photography, editing files side-by-side, […]

Moto tablet could be on the way with new ‘Productivity Mode’

Might as well try something new.

Motorola hasn’t been in the tablet game since the ill-fated Motorola Xyboard, but leaked information provided to Android Police indicates a comeback may be in the works. According to their sources, Moto is working on a 9- to 10-inch tablet with a premium look and feel — unfortunately, no other details are available just yet.

The only extra information we have comes courtesy of this single photo of a new “Productivity  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 vs. ASUS Chromebook Flip: Which one is better for productivity?

Both the Galaxy Tab S3 and the ASUS Chromebook Flip are two devices are exceptional as productivity machines. But one is better for productivity.

I’ve always been particularly dubious about whether a tablet could fulfill all my productivity needs. And that’s why I purchased an ASUS Chromebook Flip: to write copy and edit photos, and then upload all that to the internet. I need to be able to do this quickly and efficiently, which is possible on  [Read More…]

Gear Up: Unitek charging and productivity accessories

Do you live in a house with multiple smartphone users? Or, maybe you own a handful of devices that need charged via USB. It’s not uncommon to have a tablet, smartwatch, digital camera, Fire TV remote, phone, Kindle, etc. It isn’t hard to find yourself with more than a few things fighting for the plus […]

Gmail: Boost your productivity with these tips and tricks

Master your inbox with these Gmail tips and tricks.

We covered the basics of Gmail for Android in an extensive guide, and now it’s time to take a look at features that extend the functionality of the email client. Whether it’s creating labels to categorize your email or using filters to automatically sort incoming mail, Gmail offers a variety of tools aimed at managing your inbox clutter.

If you haven’t already, you should enable two-factor authentication  [Read More…]

Any.do takes on Todoist’s productivity smarts with AI-powered Assistant

Any.do is back for another round of productiveness.

Any.do has been around since the HTC Evo 4G was the best phone you could buy. I’ll just let that sink in for a second.

The productivity app has long been known for its attractive yet spare interface, gesture-friendly controls and extensive feature set, but in recent years has been surpassed by Todoist, Wunderlist and a host of competitors in one main area: context-based assistance.

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Gmail: Boost your productivity with these tips and tricks

Master your inbox with these Gmail tips and tricks.

We covered the basics of Gmail for Android in an extensive guide, and now it’s time to take a look at features that extend the functionality of the email client. Whether it’s creating labels to categorize your email or using filters to automatically sort incoming mail, Gmail offers a variety of tools aimed at managing your inbox clutter.

If you haven’t already, you should enable two-factor authentication  [Read More…]