2OfficeSuite Pro 7 Proves Popular for Viewing Documents
As of this writing, OfficeSuite Pro 7 is the most popular paid application in Google’s Play marketplace, with installs on more than 120 million devices. The application allows users to not only create and view Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint presentations, but also edit them. There’s also a PDF viewer built-in. The app is a little expensive, however, coming in at $14.99.
3Splashtop Remote Desktop Accesses Desk-Bound PCs, Macs
4Google Quickoffice Lets Users View, Edit Office Documents
Google makes the list in this roundup with help from its very own Quickoffice. Not only does the free application allow users to open and view PDF files, but it has gained popularity for its ability to create and edit Office documents. One other neat feature: Users can save files on Google Drive with 15GB of free storage available.
5Square Register Supports Mobile Sales, Inventory
Although the free Square Register might not apply to all enterprise customers, it’s a great option for retailers or consultants working in that field. Square Register works with Square’s card-swiping technology and keeps track of inventory, handles all plastic (and even cash) payments and deposits receipts into the owner’s bank account within 24 hours. It’s a well-built app from a fast-growing company.
6Build Your Contact List With CamCard
7ES Task Manager Helps Manage Android Handsets
8Securifox Antivirus and Mobile Security Defends Against Android Malware
Android’s security issues have become a cause for concern in the corporate world. Some estimates put the amount of malware targeting Android compared with other operating systems at 97 percent or more. That’s precisely why it’s a good idea to install Securifox Antivirus and Mobile Security. The free app scans all installed apps, as well as the SD card, for threats and attempts to remove them. The app also works on improving phone performance and cleaning up any loose ends. All in all, it’s a high-quality app.
9App Lock Protects Built-in Mobile Apps
App Lock doesn’t get much attention, but it deserves some. The free app allows users to protect built-in apps, like Messaging, Gmail, Facebook and others, with a pattern-unlock function. So, in addition to opening handsets up with a passcode or swipe, App Lock adds a second layer of protection to built-in programs. Nice.
10Authy Provides Two-Factor Authentication
Since security is so important to enterprise users, it’s perhaps no surprise that yet another security app has made the cut. This one, Authy, protects all accounts with two-factor authentication. There’s even a backup option to ensure users don’t get locked out of their handsets. Authy is a simple-to-use, must-have free app.
11J2 Global eFax Links Mobile Devices to Fax Machines
Want a quick way to send faxes from a mobile handset? J2 Global’s eFax might just be it. The application features both inboxes and the ability to create different folders. From there, users can send out faxes to other fax machines, set up contacts and sign documents. It’s a full-featured app. Best of all, it’s free.