Use your phone more productively this year

With so many application options, it can be difficult to choose which one to download. But if you want to use your phone more productively this year, you need to check out this article.

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1-Google Maps

Do not get lost in the city. With this app, you can easily locate and still select the fastest route home. Just run to a nearby Wi-Fi hotspot and write where you want to go. Available for iOS and Android.

2-Wi-Fi Finder:

This app scans your area and tells you where there are free or paid wi-fi networks. It really works is a hand on the wheel! iOS and Android.

3-Google Translate:

This one you already know. So how about having it installed for quick uses on your phone? Translate words and phrases in over 60 languages. If you need to, it even helps you pronounce the words! Super helpful. iOS and Android.

4-Word Leans

One level above the previous app. With it, you photograph the word on a board or menu, for example, and it searches without translation for the internet. Too bad the language packs are still paid. The English-Portuguese package costs the US $ 4.99. iOS and Android.

5-XE Currency:

This one you will still need at some point.¬†Converts any currency, quickly.¬†Just not worth converting everything and getting neurotic about spending money.¬†Remember the maxim “Who converts has no fun.”¬†iOS and Android.

6-World Time Zones:

Do you want to call home but are too lazy to calculate the spindle? This app does it for you! Also very useful when you need to talk to your friend who is traveling to another country and you do not know if you will be awake. iOS and Android.

7-Dropbox and Google Drive:

USB sticks and external hard drives are things with a past. With these apps, you store everything you need online and have access from anywhere or device. Indispensable! iOS and Android.

8-Shoeboxed:

Super handy, too, for that smart exchange student who spends control and doesn’t run out of money at the end of the month.¬†Just photograph the purchase note and enter where and why the expense was made.¬†Alone, he still generates expense reports.

9-Where’s my Android and Where’s my iPhone:

Lost your device? Do not panic! These applications are designed to locate and block the use of the device so that no one can access personal data in the event of loss or theft.

10-Google Places, Schmap and Triposo:

They have the same function, but with different interfaces. They provide maps and tourist information of more than 200 cities in the world. With them, you can know the details of cities, tourist attractions, a list of restaurants and leisure options.

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