PRODUCTIVITY Posts on XDA

FairEmail is an open source, privacy-friendly email app

As they say, Big Data is Big Money, and it's hard to get around online these days. There are even toggles in the operating system themselves that let you disable location services but will continue storing your location data on their servers. Thankfully, Android is open source and many have gone for the pure AOSP...

Coffee-Working helps you find the nearest coffee shop you can study or work in

Have you ever wanted to find a nice coffee shop to simply sit down, grab a coffee, and do some work or study in? If you answered yes, you aren't alone. XDA Senior Member crazyfool_1 feels the same, so they created Coffee-Working which does exactly that. It can give you information on the number of...

Microsoft Office for Android receives several new features in the latest update

The Microsoft Office productivity suite is massively popular on desktops as the software of choice for most Windows users. Despite the existence of free and open sourced alternatives like LibreOffice, both personal and enterprise users prefer the familiarity of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook for their daily needs. Even if that entails incurring a fee...

Google Keep now lets you indent items in lists for better organizing

Google Keep was released back in March 2013. Since then, it's been my go-to note-taking app just because it's so simple—maybe a little too simple. I've watched it gain a lot of new features, removed some features, etc over the years. While I'd be more than happy to see a Material Design 2.0 refresh of Keep, I'm...

SurveyMonkey: Microsoft Mobile Office App Usage Crushed by Google

Earlier this week SurveyMonkey released information from its Intelligence division that provides some insight into how many people are using Microsoft Office apps on mobile devices in comparison to Google. While I expected the numbers to heavily lean towards Google, what I saw was staggering. According to SurveyMonkey's research collected through March 2016, Microsoft only carries...