Foursquare is the app that, rather than encouraging people to stare at their screens all day, tries to bring people together face-to-face. Whether you're traveling by foot, bike, car or Segway, just plug in your destination and Google Maps will tell you how to get there.
The Apple Maps debacle of 2012-and the i Phone community's subsequent return to Google Maps-highlighted two things: 1) How difficult building a successful map application is, and 2) just how good a job Google has done with its map navigation app.
With Evernote, users can keep their most important information in one neat, organized place. The company that kick-started the e-reader craze has a free Android app, so even if users haven't bought a Kindle device, they can still purchase and read books on their tablet.
This allows access to not only books, but books on tape, music and the rest of the Amazon community.
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