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We have compiled a more special collection of applications, to collect a number of applications, to give you a reference.
Pushbullet can even sync notifications with other Android devices (beta). This helps prevent from having to dismiss notifications more than once and allows always seeing notifications no matter what device is used.
Google Calendar is part of the Google ecosystem, it integrates with services like Google Now, Google Maps and Gmail.
Inbox by Gmail
Inbox tries automatically bundling similar messages together. For example Inbox will create bundles for travel information, receipts, promotions and allow you to swipe them away all together.
Relay for reddit
A great feature of Reddit News is the UX for swiping between the post and the Reddit comments. As the view above shows it’s really fast to go back and forth between the views.
Channels are groups inside the team chat that can allow team members to discuss anything related to the channel topic that team member are using. The channel can be set either to public or specific to some team members only. Any topics that are not related to the team can post it into #random channel, a channel that is created automatically.
A key advantage of Pocket is that it is integrated in over 500 apps as a way to save the link, including Twitter, Flipboard, Pulse and Zite.
Discover and create the stuff you love. If you love stuff, stop reading this, get the app, and just start having fun. You’ll probably never be bored again.
Unclouded – Cloud Manager
This is just about the most useful productivity app I have It’s something I didn’t think I really needed at first… after all, these cloud sites have their own apps… but this is SO much easier. One thing I would like to see, if it’s technically possible, is a view that shows all files and folders on all cloud drives.
Amaze File Manager
This app works great! I can access the files I need on an external flash drive with ease and without constant irritating pop-ups slowing this old device down.I’m a big fan of anything open source. I love the “Material” UI and the ability to change the theme colors. I’d like to incorporate this app into my own ROMs. Thank you for making it open source and not including ads. You’re awesome.
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