So they gave me their list and I indicated to them if a said app was already listed and if it was I was
The results are interesting and I already had a good picture in my head of who used what. I didn't inquire into the reason as to why they selected said app
First off we have
SafeInCloud is one my own staples, it might not be as well known as some others on the market, but it covers every platform you can think of and it's completely open source. It's standard encryption size
The next one on the list is +Sylvain Le Bourhis
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Sylvain is passionate about what he eats and one of his apps, which could be a bit more obscure than others is
+Ryan Moore has an interesting list of apps, you'd never guess what his apps of choice are!
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Ryan definitely went all on board with the Google experience. His main choice is Google+, unlike many other social network, Google+ makes sense and it's by far the most resource rich community that I've seen on the internet. There's nothing like the Google Now Launcher to experience the full potential of what Android and Google is. If you're in it to have a genuine experience go for the Google flavor. If you're in it to win it, then there's Ingress, Google's own
He started off with an app that keeps track of all your notes and more. This is one of the more mainstream applications that is available on Google Play, but while continuing the Journey it would seem he's also the kind to keep a journal with his next app. I'm definitely intrigued! Let's not forget a staple in the likes of Snapseed which will help you to enhance your photos and create a better experience when posting images online or sharing with family and friends. What would be a hard working guy without the ability to get access to his work email using Nine, this is by far one of the none mainstream email for exchange I have seen. The beauty of the app itself and its integration with exchange is crafty! Rob swears by it since it's the only one that works with Exchange 2003. Lastly, we have the Pebble app, because
From now on I'll name +Andrew Penner the
Keeping an eye out for your battery usage is a good thing, because sometimes you may get rogue apps that just sucks the battery life right out, but this is also true when you keep your screen on all the time! If you're like me and Andrew, you like to keep your apps, interesting and Timely does just that and more. Keeping in line with your routine is hard enough as it is and
+Cass Morrison has a pretty easy list of choices when it comes to her apps. They need to be useful and handy.
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+Shaun Rioux is a typical system admin with some obvious choices in terms of his apps.
Shaun is using staple when it comes to Authy, it's beautifully designed, works well and it's fast. It allows to even
+Adam Slobodian likes to keep on top of the Android news and fallows +Android Coliseum, he's also a guy that likes to give out his 2cents.
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Anyone using an Android device should be made aware that you can automate a lot of the usual boring tasks. Using Tasker you can achieve just that. I would like to have my WiFi turn off after 2mins if it's not connected. So I've created a task that will do just that. I've also used a task for when I'm in range of my home it will enable WiFi and then wait for it to be connected within 5 minutes and if not it will turn off.
There's some definite choices that are recurring among all the people above and this is the apps that showed up.
Gmail, Swiftkey, Nova, CloudMagic, Pushbullet, Inbox, Sunrise, Solid Explorer, Timely
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