10/17/2014 07:34AM ● Published by Aimee Cormier
By Gail Suberbielle
The Evernote app is one of the best productivity apps we’ve found. This handy app allows users to keep all of their useful information in one location – plan trips, scan business cards, make to-do or task lists, take notes, make digital copies of Post-It Notes and documents, take photos of whiteboards or books, or share information with others using Facebook and Twitter. Now, your notes and files can be synched across all your devices. Premium features allow you to take your notebooks offline to edit them, and also allow others to edit your notebooks Cost: Free, with premium features available.
The free Dictionary.com app lets users have offline access to almost two million definitions, synonyms, and antonyms. With voice search, audio pronunciations, sample sentences, word origins and more, this app is one of our favorite reference apps around. One of the best features is the Word of the Day, which helps users keep their brains sharp and active! Medical and scientific dictionaries are available for a premium upgrade. Cost: Free.