Create Widgets From Website on your Android Device Using Meta Widget


The Android Emulator home screen.

The Android Emulator home screen. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

There probably is a website or two that doesn’t have an Android app, but you still would like to get updates on the status of the site, and would be nice if you could see it on one of your home screens, and you can do just this by using the app Meta Widget which will turn a website into a Widget on your Android Home Screen, for more check out Meta Widget.

Get your Workout Reminders using Sworkit


English: Fitness trainer Billy Blanks shows a ...

English: Fitness trainer Billy Blanks shows a female workout participant, the proper workout technique during his workout session at the Charleston Club January 28th. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It might not always be on your mind during the day that you haven’t workout for 15 or 30 minutes, and so you might go a day or so without remembering that you have to do this, in order to help you remember you might want to employ the service Sworkit which will give you those reminders at random times of the day that you need to get your workout on, for more check out Sworkit service and Android/iOS apps.

Use Microsoft Office on your Android Tablet with CloudOn App


Microsoft Office 2007 Logo

Microsoft Office 2007 Logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It probably won’t be happening anytime soon, especially with the advent of Office360, but it would be nice perhaps if there was a version of MS Office for your Android Tablet Device, but for now you can still access and use MS Office on your Android Tablet device using CloudOn App, Its only for Android Tablet Devices, but still its better than nothing, for more check out CloudOn for Android Tablets.

Unify your Calendar, To-Do list and Contacts Across Systems using Fruux


Image representing fruux as depicted in CrunchBase

Image via CrunchBase

If you use multiple systems, like a Windows system at work, a Mac at home, a Android on the go, then you might find it hard to find one single solution that will allow you to access your Calendar, To-Do List and contacts across all of the different systems you might use at any given time, but you can get such a solution using the free service Fruux.

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