This week’s tablet business app list features two applications that fall under one of the most fleshed out categories in the genre: note taking apps, that while offering different functionality still build upon the basic concept of capturing ideas on the go. The main difference is that some apps do it better than others and in different ways, such as the first couple of downloads in this latest roundup.
Popplet combines a catchy and minimalistic name with a good deal of visualization -a trend that has branched out a lot lately both in the consumer and enterprise segments – in its pitch. The highly featured app enables users to aggregate their ideas via pictures, quickly written documents and other formats all organization in a neat and original interface.
Catch Notes has a different angle on the same idea. The emphasis is on productivity more than anything and the app features a more standardized UI, but it doesn’t fail to deliver. This is thanks mainly to elements such as backup and cloud sync, easy navigation and more.
Duo Browser is one of those remarkably simple app that’s very good at doing what it’s supposed to. In this case it’s delivering the capability to view more than one website at a time, which can come in quite handy when carrying out certain on-the-go tasks.
Bank of America’s newly launched app lets account holders manage their finances from their from any tablet running Android 3.0 and above. It also features support for the Kindle Fire, and acts as yet another indicator of mobile commerce gaining traction among users.
This is a fairly straight-forward app that aims to do exactly what Duo Browser does, and has managed to accomplish that rather successfully. The traditional schedule manager has a very high average rating in the Android Market.