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5 Best Android Smartphone Apps You Must Try this Month

Everyday, hundreds of new smartphone applications are developed and made available on the different mobile platforms. Android smartphones get most of their applications and games from Google Play which currently boasts of having more than 1,412,200 applications. Since there is a wide variety of applications available, it makes it hard for smartphone users to try them out even if they are willing to. To help you with your choice, tech information blog has compiled a list of five of the best android smartphone apps that you need to try this week.

Getting in Sync With Your PC: A Smartphone Owner's Guide

Do you take your clothes out of the dryer and put them right back in the washer? Vacuum the floor, then pour flour on it and vacuum it all over again? It doesn’t make sense to do things twice, and that’s why you need to get your smartphone and your PC in sync.

Sync Your Smartphone

Whether you’re using a PC or a Mac, it’s possible to sync your smartphone with the rest of your system. When you’re all synced up, it’s much easier to get work done, scan emails and share all your stuff with your friends on social media sites and business associates.

Microsoft to release Office for Android in March 2013

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Microsoft plans to release an Android version of its Office software suite in the coming months, according to new reports. Set to arrive in March 2013, the popular document creator will also be offered across Symbian, iOS, and Microsoft Windows Phone. In addition to the native clients, Microsoft will also be creating new versions of Office Web Apps.

BGR Says Microsoft Is Working On Office For Android Tablets Due Out In November, We Hope It's True

microsoft androidYou know that guy "sources"? BGR does. The tech blog has heard from Sources that Microsoft is working on a tablet-optimized version of the Office suite, which is expected to land in November of this year. According to BGR, their source actually saw the app working on an iPad, and insisted it looked nearly identical to a leaked shot that Microsoft has since disavowed.

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