"What is your
favorite Smartphone app? "
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Bradley L. Croft - Ruberto Israel & Weiner
"My current favorite work-related app is
Dropbox. It aggregates all of my files, photos and
documents into one virtual location that I can access from any
of my devices – iPhone, home laptop, and work PC -- as well as
remotely from any computer no matter where I am. To me,
apps are all about increasing efficiency and decreasing
stress. Dropbox does both. Also a big fan of
FastCase and DocScanner."
||Cristina Serrano - Wayne,
Richard & Hurwitz LLP|
"My favorite Droid app
is definitely the Google Maps app. I'd be lost without
it...literally! Having Google Maps on my phone has
greatly decreased the amount of direction-induced panic
attacks I have when finding a new address."
Steven M. Ayr - The Law Office of Steven M.
"I use Dropbox on my iPhone every single day,
and it's by far my favorite app. Every document in a client
file gets scanned into my computer and synced with Dropbox.
That gives me a secure, always up to date, online backup and
it means that I've got every piece of paper in my office
accessible right in my pocket at all times. It's been useful
more times than I can count, and has saved me more times than
I care to admit."
Marc V Veneziano - New England Law | Boston 2012
"As a Sprint subscriber and Blackberry faithful I
haven't had the opportunity to salivate over the joys of using
an Iphone in my daily life. With that disclaimer out of
the way I would have to say my favorite Smartphone App is the
Google Mobile App. I utilize the map feature as a
GPS substitute. Whether I am driving, walking, or taking
public transportation it allows me to use my current location,
or enter an adress as a start or end point. It provides
effortless access to news, gmail, gchat, reader, photos and
even allows you to perform a search of your own phone, as well
as the web. I can essentially type or speak a search
query and it populates results from the web, my phone contact
list, and Gmail. No longer do I have to worry about
losing my contacts if my phone falls victim my gross
negligence. When inputting calender items Google's Sync
feature allows me to sync my calender events from my
Blackberry to my Google Calender. I prefer this to using
outlook calender, which limits accessibility and can't always
be accessed if you are away from your primary CPU. I am
sure that a cloud feature is either in the works or currently
available for outlook, but as a law student I have developed a
comfort level with Google and its versatility. It packs
a lot of great features into one tiny application that
is very user friendly. Until I have the means of
upgrading to an Android or Iphone, Google mobile will remain
this cell phone user's default