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6/8/2016
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10 iPhone, Android Apps To Master Work-Life Balance

Technology makes it easier for you to take your work anywhere, but it can also help you balance your personal and professional lives. Here are 10 iPhone and Android apps that fit the bill.
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Instapaper
Instapaper saves you the distraction of reading irrelevant content during the workday. You can use the app to save and store articles for offline reading so you can access them during your commute or whenever you have some downtime.
The app optimizes articles for mobile viewing by stripping away clutter and letting you personalize the interface with options for font, color themes, and spacing. As you read, you can highlight and save quotes or. choose to have articles narrated with text-to-speech. Content may be organized according to popularity, date, and length. You can save articles to the app from other iOS apps such as Facebook and Twitter.
The basic version of Instapaper is free to download. A paid version unlocks a series of additional features: unlimited highlights, full-text search for articles in your account, and unlimited speed reading. Instapaper premium is available for $2.99 per month or $29.99 per year.
Instapaper is available on iOS and Android.
(Image: Apple App Store)

Instapaper

Instapaper saves you the distraction of reading irrelevant content during the workday. You can use the app to save and store articles for offline reading so you can access them during your commute or whenever you have some downtime.

The app optimizes articles for mobile viewing by stripping away clutter and letting you personalize the interface with options for font, color themes, and spacing. As you read, you can highlight and save quotes or. choose to have articles narrated with text-to-speech. Content may be organized according to popularity, date, and length. You can save articles to the app from other iOS apps such as Facebook and Twitter.

The basic version of Instapaper is free to download. A paid version unlocks a series of additional features: unlimited highlights, full-text search for articles in your account, and unlimited speed reading. Instapaper premium is available for $2.99 per month or $29.99 per year.

Instapaper is available on iOS and Android.

(Image: Apple App Store)

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6/8/2016 | 8:50:18 AM
Innovative application
Thank you for sharing nice information. You can also mention BirdsBeep.com app. It also saves alot of users time. Users can easily share contact, shedule messges and many more features
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