These top productivity tools are sure to brighten your technological day! All of these have equal iOS, Android and Chrome counterparts!!
Go forth and be productive!!
Microsoft has finally decided to put it’s corporate foot down with OnLive. This app gives iPad and Android tablets the ability to access a virtual Windows 7 desktop that has access to the Microsoft Office suite and a fully functional browser. The Redmond company has expressed that this service is NOT properly licensed and it would be unfair to let OnLive continue down this path when there are other companies who virtualize Windows but actually pay for the copies.
This is certainly the right approach that Microsoft is taking and many might wonder what took them so long. Many Microsoft fans are definitely opposed to this because Apple would cringe if OSX was ever to run virtually on any device without an aluminum case.
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Bottom line: OnLive, putting a virtual Windows operating system on tablets is a great idea; however, if you want to do so pay licensing fees like everyone else. On the other hand, if these tablets are so powerful and potential “laptop-killers” shouldn’t they be able to provide the appropriate functionality out of the box?
Have you ever been in the middle of an enthralling text message conversation when you got the dreaded battery low indication? Ever needed to transfer files but did not feel like dealing with messy cables? Sometimes you need to use your phone; but it may be an inopportune time or place. AirDroid is the answer that you have been looking for!
This app found HERE provides you with a direct connection to your android device via you browser. From this convenient window you can send and receive text messages, manage photos and contacts, and even transfer files with no wires. The app works like a charm, the user only needs to follow these simple steps:
Bottom line: This is an excellent app that any committed Android user would love — especially useful for those in office settings that do not need to have their devices glued to their hands at all times. However, it would be even better if you could send and receive email via the app is well; maybe in a later version.