Top 20 Legal Productivity Mobile Apps of 2013

by rocketmatter-admin December 16, 2013

It’s that time of year again, time to choose the most popular mobile apps for lawyers from Legal Productivity Blog’s App of the Week series. We’ve expanded to the top 20 apps this year to shine the spotlight on more deserving apps.
Here they are: the top 20 most popular apps of 2013 based on page views.

1. Showdown: WhatsApp vs Kik Messengers

2. Evernote Reminders For To-Do Lists and Tasks

3. Make Chrome Your Default Mobile Browser

4. HeinOnline – Law Journals and Other Legal Research Materials

5. Ansa – Make Sent Texts, Videos and Photos Disappear

6. WorkFlowy – Take Notes, Manage Tasks and Collaborate on Projects

7. Dashlane – The Do-It-All Password Manager

8. Air Sketch – Turn your iPad into a Whiteboard or Presentation Tool

9. Able2Doc: Convert PDF to Word With Only 2 Taps

10. Next – A Fast, Elegant Expense Tracker For the Budget-Conscious

11. MyPermissions – Find (and Revoke) Apps With Access to Your Personal Information

12. MobiLit – Document Sharing and Projection From Your iPad

13. JuryPad – Everything You Need to Select Your Jury

14. CloudOn – Run Microsoft Office on Your Phone or Tablet

15. Feedly – Organize and Read Your Favorite Blogs and News Sites On The Go

16. Knock – Tap Your iPhone To Unlock Your Mac

17. Swell – It’s Like Pandora For Talk Radio and Podcasts

18. LinkedIn Contacts – Relationship Manager

19. Rocket Matter Android App – Law Practice Management On The Go

20. Subject Line – Improve Your Email Open Rate

The App of the Week series enters its fourth year in 2014. If you have a favorite legal or productivity app and would like to see it featured, please let us know via email: info (at) legalproductivity (dot) com, or in the comments below.
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