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Adam uses the Samsung Galaxy S3 (rooted and using the Cyanogenmod). Let’s take a look through his Top 7 apps list…
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LinkedIn: Maybe an obvious choice, but the app is great for on the move networking.
Google Keep: Great for taking notes whenever and wherever inspiration strikes you!
TripAdvisor: For when you need a half-decent (and still within budget) hotel or a good restaurant for clients.
National Rail (or RealtimeTrains website): Because we all have to travel by train sooner or later and at least this way I can see how late I’m likely to be!
TubeAssistant: When you’re in London, knowing where to go and even being shown the best carriage and doors to be closest to for the exit minimises the trauma of being on the tube.
WorldMate: The simplicity of being able to just send flight booking emails to a central email address and seeing all the details, along with times, gate changes and alerts appear in real time on my phone is awesome – reduces airport hassles no end and keeps together hotel and taxi bookings the other end.
Business Calendar Pro: The only calendar app worth using! Very useful homescreen widgets to see the day’s agenda at a glance.
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Thanks to Adam for his list of apps. Hadn’t heard of Tube Assistant so that’s being added to my apps!
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