Screenshots: Five cost-effective Android apps to help drive collaboration
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Collaboration is the name of therngame for many mobile business users. Thing is, sometimes it can be a challengernto find the right apps to help drive the task. And if you graze around the Google Play Store, many of therncollaboration apps require expensive services. Fortunately, there are some appsrnavailable that won’t break your bank or your brain.
Let’s take a look at some of thernbetter, affordable collaboration apps available for the Android platform andrnsee if one of them won’t suit your needs.
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With Twoodo you can create tasksrnand calendar entries, have private and team chats, and much more. You can syncrnyour Twoodo and Google Calendars to make this tool even more powerful. One wordrnof warning: Twoodo doesn’t play well with Android 6.0 at the moment. I wasrnunable to get the app running on Marshmallow. If you’re using Lollipop, on thernother hand, it runs like a champ.
Once joined, members can startrnchatting. They can add video, images, and files to chats. And Hivve integratesrnwith the Android notification system, so your team won’t miss a beat.
Chatting with team members isrnincredibly simple (you can even add files). Swoodle allows you to easilyrncollaborate on documents, although it doesn’t support Google documents, andrneven do video chat while editing. Swoodle is free and offers an outstanding,rnuser-friendly interface.
When you sign up for a freernpersonal account, you get 2 GB of storage. This makes for a great way to testrnOpenCore Text to see if it’s suited for your team’s needs. If it works out, yourncan subscribe to a Team, Business, or Enterprise account. Find out more aboutrneach on their price/feature matrix. The one caveat is that OpenCorernText does not have a built-in document editor, so you’ll have to have anotherrnapp installed for this purpose.