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This week we take a look at four (free) Science apps for the Android platform.
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i-Clickr app is a PowerPoint Remote, available as a free (15 slide limit) and paid (unlimited slides) download for the Android, iOS, Windows Mobile 6, and Windows Phone 7 platforms. The iClickr app on your mobile device communicates via WiFi or Bluetooth with your Windows or Mac OS laptop to a corresponding app, allowing you to advance slides from your smartphone or tablet.
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The OnLive Desktop app for Android and iOS provides access to a virtualized Windows 7 environment, with access to Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Journal.
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These sessions will cover two products that will make you more productive by being more mobile. First, Evernote is an application that allows you to create and synchronize notes across all of your devices, including Android tablets / smartphones, iOS tablets / smartphones, Blackberry smartphones, and your computer(s). Secondly, Dropbox is an application that allows you to synchronize documents across multiple computers and mobile devices. It also provides an easy way to share files with others. This is the ultimate solution for anyone who has a hard time remembering to back up files since the application does it for you automatically!
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