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Livescribe+ goes out of Preview and is now live for Android devices

Just a few days after it went on Preview mode in the Google Play Store, the Livescribe apps are finally live for Android devices. This means that those who have Livescribe 3 will finally be able to do more with their pen and their gadgets, transforming analog into digital easily. Both apps, the Livescribe+ and the Livescribe Link will now be fully functional, making it easier to manage your smartpen and all the materials you create from it.

Livescribe+ Preview now available on Android devices

There are times when typing on a keyboard is more convenient when encoding your thoughts, plans, schoolwork, etc. But then there are also times when actually writing down stuff or drawing by hand is a better way to express yourself. But what if you wanted to digitize that as well? You scan or take a picture? Smart pens have now made that process easier, and of those is Livescribe 3. Now the accompanying app is available for Android devices, making your life even more convenient.

Samsung gives boatload of premium freebies for Galaxy S6, S6 edge

You now have your brand new kick-ass Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 edge (or both, if you have money to spare) and you're enjoying exploring all its features and nooks and crannies. But you wish you had more content on your new smartphone to enjoy it further right? Samsung has heard your wish and is in fact offering a pretty great exclusive package of premium apps that have been optimized for the new flagship devices. New Galaxy S6 owners, better take advantage of Samsung Galaxy Gifts.

Google Keep for Android Wear allows note-taking without typing

Google Keep keeps on  imrpoving and helping more Android users with its features. The productivity app went live officially two years ago and has since received numerous updates. The latest one includes new organization features plus sharing of "to do" lists with family. While taking notes on the Android app is already possible and is actually easy and convenient, it needs to be updated for use with Android Wear on a smartwatch.

Send yourself notes from desktop to smartphone through Google

You're busy doing something on your desktop when you suddenly realize that you've run out of milk at home and you need to pass by a convenience store before going home. But your phone is in the next room and you don't want to break your stride. Yeah, you can use a to-do list app that will sync from your desktop to smartphone, but what if there was an easier way? Google is trying to make life more convenient by giving you that capability.

Sony Lifelog partners with IFTTT for new recipes for wearables

Wearables are a great way of tracking your daily activities without having to log it in a notebook, old-school style. But when you add even more "recipes" to the pot, then it will be even easier to take digital note of your fitness routines, how much calories you've consumed, how many hours you've slept, etc, particularly if you need these things for health reasons. Sony Lifelog is partnering with If This Then That (IFTTT) to create a channel specifically for owners of Sony devices.

Sunrise adds Basecamp, Meetup in latest Android update

Because of the glut of useful (and sometimes not so useful) apps nowadays, we normally would use different ones to organize our lives, increase productivity, and even just to socialize with online and offline friends. So when these apps come together, it's a good thing for both the brands and the users. Sunrise, one of the more popular productivity apps in the market, has now added two apps to be integrated into their calendar: Basecamp and Meetup in their latest update.

More Android apps ready for Chrome OS, porting now open to everyone

In case you didn't know yet, Android apps can now run on Chrome OS. However, you can't just download all apps you see on the Google Play Store because some porting still needs to be done. The first Android apps from Chrome OS were made available September last year and Google added seven more a few months later. This week, the Internet giant has added four more apps so this means there are now 28 Android apps ready to run on your Chromebook.

Neo smartpen N2 fuses physical handwriting and digital notekeeping

It's interesting to see that as our lives become more and more digital, there is a certain movement towards going back to old school analog habits and then melding them with our current digital set-up. We see that in the emergence of cameras and accessories that print photos immediately and now with apps and hardware trying to merge actual writing with a digital twist. The Neo smartpen N2 is one of those products that would appeal to artists and productivity nuts that would like the best of both worlds.

Swipes now available to solve your productivity needs on Android

Productivity apps are a dime a dozen in this day and age where our smartphones also function as our personal digital assistant (remember the good ole days of the PDA? No?). Trying to choose which one best suits your needs or preferences is tricky. If you are used to using Inbox by Gmail by now and if you rely on Evernote, this new app available on Android may be something you can consider.
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