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Cool Free Apps and Websites You Should Know About
Transcript of Cool Free Apps and Websites You Should Know About
Time Management Tools
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CLOUD COMPUTING &
APPS & SITES YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT
News Aggregator Apps
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Time track anywhere on anything: Mac, PC, iPhone/iPad/iPod, or Android.
Need to schedule a meeting after a phone call? Need to set a reminder? CallFlakes puts it all at your fingertips as soon as you end the call.
Organize personal to-dos, collaborate on large team projects, take notes, write research papers, keep a journal, plan a vacation, and much more.
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Ever bomboarded with 20 emails about picking a date for an event or meeting? Try DOODLE, an online schedule. All you need is your intended participants' email addresses. They don’t have to register for the site, but you do in order to create the poll.
Since there are so many different time management and to do apps out there, we’ll mention just a few of them that you can heck them our yourself and see which one is easiest and works the best for you!
One of the most popular tasks management tools out there. This app allows you to use the GTD Methology or create use your own system for task management.
Astrid is a little octopus who serves as your personal motivator in keeping all of your tasks organized and reminds you of what you need to do. You can also rename all of your lists and maintain them in whatever format that works best for you.
Take your tasks anywhere. Organize the way you want to with priorities, due dates, time estimates, repeating, lists, tags, and more. This app now can sync up with Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook.
A neat and simple design to track your list-keeping.
Another neat to do app w/ voice recognition.
I actually downloaded this one and really like it. It’s easy and neat!
This actually turns your goals into projects, complete with multiple tasks and sub-tasks, deadlines, action plans and progress reports.
Provides motivation for any goal with habit tracking, progress visualizations, social support.
Known for its cool design, vibrant display of photographic tiles and flipped page animation, Flipboard lets you subscribe to major magazine and newspaper content, plus add your favorite social media feeds.
(iPad, iPhone, Android, Kindle Fire & NOOK)
The cool thing about News360, is that it doesn’t just bring you the articles from news sources around the web, but it also learns what it is you like so that it only gives you the content that you’ll find interesting and important.
(IPad, IPhone, Android, Web and Desktop)
This is especially a great app for those are not familiar with news aggregator since the layout is very intuitive.
(Iphone, Ipad, Android, Kindle and Web)
Discover new apps to help you learn,
think, create and better manage your life.
Citation Apps and Websites
Berkeley College Libraries and the Academic Support Centers (ASC) have a Writing and Citing Guide!
Use App to Easily create MLA, APA, and Chicago style citations by scanning a book bar code or entering the title. Citations can be exported to EasyBib.com where users can automatically generate bibliographies.
Get your point across with fewer words using annotation, shapes and sketches, so that your ideas become reality faster.
Which Cool, Free Apps and Websites Do You Use?
1. Which of the following mobile devices do you have?
B. Windows Phone
E. I don’t have a smart phone
2. How do you create presentations for your classes or career?
C. Slide Rocket
D. Mozilla Popcorn Maker
E. I don’t use a computer for my presentations
3. How do you remind yourself to complete daily tasks?
A. Hand-written to-do lists
C. Remember the Milk
D. Other to-do list app or website
E. I usually just forget them…
4 How do you usually create your citations for research papers?
A. Son of Citation Machine
B. Berkeley College
Libraries/ASC’s Writing and Citing Guide
D. MLA Handbook (print version)
5. How do you stay up-to-date with news?
C. Pulse News
D. Straight from a news source
E. I don’t pay attention to the news
6. How do you edit your photos?
A. Adobe Photoshop
B. Be Funky
E. I don’t edit my photos