Productivity

Best Office Apps

  • Google Calendar

    As a super powerful organizational tool, Google Calendar not only keeps all of your personal schedules organized but also provides group functions like exact meeting time and place, working and vacation status, etc. You can share your schedule with co-workers, families, and friends. It's available for both Android and iPhone users.

  • Microsoft Excel

    Developed by Microsoft for multiple systems like Android, iOS, MacOS and Windows, Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet where people can experience calculation, pivot tables, graphing tools and even the macro programming language named Visual Basic for Applications. Being a widely used spreadsheet, Microsoft Excel has been taken advantage of in many platforms.

  • Numbers

    As the only one app that breaks the standard mold in a usefully innovative way, Numbers is also the easiest to use of all advanced spreadsheet apps.

  • WordPad

    Launched by Black Carbon, WordPad is a tool allowing you to text quickly and easily with a minimal interface which makes you edit and view your documents with more space. It performs well in taking notes, creating to-do lists and editing text files.

  • Google Sheets

    As a free cloud-based tool, Google Sheets lets users create, edit and collaborate with others in real-time from your web and mobile devices. Google Sheets along with Google Docs, Google Slides, is available on the web, Android, and iOS platforms.

  • Pages

    As a powerful word processor, Pages lets you create documents that look beautiful and read smoothly on various devices including Mac, iPad, or iPhone — even on a PC using iWork for iCloud. This fantastic word processor helps you create gorgeous reports, documents, and resumes in minutes.

  • Google Keep

    Designed as a note-taking service by Google, Google Keep makes it possible for users to quickly take a variety of notes including text, lists, images, and audio and access them later on different connecting devices.

  • Google Docs

    Developed by Google Inc. within its Google Drive service, Google Docs is a word processor with which you can write, edit and create impactful, meaningful and persuasive documents. This app can be used as the web application for Google Chrome, Apple Safari web browsers and also as a mobile app available on both iOS and Android operating systems.

  • Microsoft Office 2010

    The Microsoft Office suite is a must-use tool when looking for a powerful and complete office suite. This time we help you find a panel of 5 software. For Microsoft Office 2010, it has been updated to make itself more advanced in the era of time.

  • HotSchedules

    As the top one employee scheduling app, HotSchedules offers the easiest and fastest way to communicate about the work, travel, and gym schedules or anything else! Here you may check schedules and send text or email to workmates as notification about the schedule or other important information. Team members can view all the events with one click, and the app will automatically update with any manager-approved changes.

  • Microsoft PowerPoint

    Offered by Microsoft Corporation, Microsoft PowerPoint app gives you access to edit, present, view or share easily and quickly wherever you are. PowerPoint provides you a way to create the slide-based presentation on Android and Apple mobile operating devices. With Microsoft PowerPoint app, you are taking office with you to work and present the files to anyone, anywhere.

  • Files Go

    Google Files Go is a file manager application designed to free up Android phone space, manage storage, find files and share them easily offline. The app is under 10 MB and also a part of Google’s Android Go initiative.