#1 - EasilyDo Smart Assistant
Siri and Google Now are the most popular mobile
virtual assistants but EasilyDo offers a greater array of
features. The app can scan your contacts for
duplicates and merge them into one. You can access
driving directions to upcoming appointments, get
alerts when you receive an email containing certain
words or phrases, track packages, automatically
receive local weather updates and more.
#2-Air Display 2
With Air Display 2 you can use your iPhone, iPod touch,
or iPad as a second display for a Windows or Mac
computer. You can also mirror your screen on up to
four iPads simultaneously. (This feature only works
#3 – SignNow
SignNow is the iPhone/iPad app that lets you sign PDF,
Word and RTF documents with a finger. The
documents can come via email or an iOS device
camera, Dropbox and plenty of other sources. When
you're done, email the signed document or save it to
your SignNow account.
#4 – 30/30 App
Spending too much time reading news every day?
Consider a time-management budget with 30/30. The
app lets you generate a list of activities, such as
"Answering email," "Reading the news" or "Facebook
etc. After allocating time for each activity, you tap a
countdown timer. When time is up, the app tells you
to move on to your next task. You can easily arrange
the order by touching and holding a task and sliding it
up or down in the queue.
#5 – Smartr Contacts
Smartr Contacts allows you to link your Outlook, Gmail,
Yahoo Mail and iCloud email accounts, with your
Twitter and Facebook networks. Once you've done
that, Smartr Contacts gives you a "holistic" view of
each contact, with email history, including when you
sent that contact a message and a list of people you
have in common.