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New in the practicePRO Lending Library: Android Apps in One Hour for Lawyers

June 30, 2014 By: TimLemieux Category: Technology

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Lawyers are already using Android devices to make phone calls, check e-mail, and send text messages. After the addition of several key apps, Android smartphones or tablets can also help run a law practice. From the more than 800,000 apps currently available, Android Apps in One Hour for Lawyers highlights the “best of the best” apps that will allow you to practice law from your mobile device. In just one hour, this book will describe how to buy, install, and update Android apps, and help you:

  • Store documents and files in the cloud
  • Use security apps to safeguard client data on your phone
  • Be organized and productive with apps for to-do lists, calendar, and contacts
  • Communicate effectively with calling, text, and e-mail apps
  • Create, edit, and organize your documents
  • Learn on the go with news, reading, and reference apps
  • Download utilities to keep your device running smoothly
  • Hit the road with apps for travel
  • Have fun with games and social media apps

The practicePRO Lending Library is a free resource for Ontario lawyers of more than 100 books on a wide variety of law practice management related topics. You can see a full listing of our books here. You may borrow a book in person or via e-mail.

The practicePRO Library is located in our office at 250 Yonge Street, Suite 3101 in Toronto and can be visited during our regular business hours (Mon to Fri, 8:30 to 5:00). We invite you to come by anytime (please email in advance)to peruse our selection. All titles in the practicePRO Lending Library can be shipped to Ontario lawyers at our expense, and returned at yours after three weeks.

If you would like to borrow this or any other book please email us. Most of our titles are also available from the American Bar Association Web Store or the major booksellers here in Canada.

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