The first app on my list is the Business Card Reader. Do you also have hundreds of little paper cards from many partners and often even random people, but don’t want to trash them because they could be useful somewhere, or don’t have an overview anymore?
This app scans them and automatically finds the name, phone number, email address and many more data on the card, and add it into your contacts!
The PDF Viewer from Google is a small but important app, if you want to read the new document you got in your email inbox, open the PDF file you saved in the cloud or show it to someone next to you. It’s easy, functional and i’m sure you will need it one day, so just download the small app!
You are waiting for a package to arrive, maybe even two or three, and you don’t want to search up the websites from the different shipping companies, then write the long number somewhere on their site again and again? There is also an app (and website!) for it.
You can paste the tracking number into the app, see the current status, get a push notification when the package moves, and also make you a small but helpful widget on your home screen with an all in one overview.
Office Remote from Microsoft let you control your PowerPoint presentation, play and pause video and audio files, and many more! You can read the excel file that’s open on your PC, or zooms in and out of your word document while showing it to someone.
With AirDroid, you can get all your notifications from your smartphone directly to your notebook or PC, so you instantly get push notification for Emails or SMS messages on your desktop! You can also transfer files without any cable, and with “root” access, it’s possible to show your android phone on your PC screen, and fully remote control it in an window!