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Yes, I have heard of most of the apps mentioned in this article before, but it is sometimes good to be reminded. After reading the above article I am definitely going to try out all the apps on his list. As things have changed for me professionally I am finding that some of my old processes and tools are just not cutting it. Specifically I need a productivity app vastly more robust than Reminders and I am thinking that I need a project management tool more prescriptive than Evernote. My interest is certainly raised for Dolphin and definitely for Quick Office. It’s nice to have a few future blog posts lined up!

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Chris Lee

About Chris Lee

I am a healthcare administrator interested in being productive. I believe that the combination of a tablet (iPad Air 32GB) and a smartphone (iPhone 5 in my case) can drastically improve how we do work without adding too much complexity. The “how” of accomplishing this productivity is the focus of this blog. Here are just a few of the topics I hope to cover.Even though I use iOS devices currently I am in no way totally tied to Apple. I have used a Surface 2 for an extended time and am currently considering replacing my HP laptop with a Surface at some point, so keep reading to find out when this happens. Heck, I may even write a post some day on getting efficient with a Kindle Fire HD given that my daughter just got one for her birthday awhile back.
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