New Productivity Apps Add Fun To Going Back To School

September 2, 2016

Going back to school holds more excitement in store this season with the launch of some cool Android apps by Osthoro. The mobile app maker, famous for their smart watch faces, have a new collection of productivity apps specially meant for students who find it difficult to select the right app for doing class or home work.

 

 

 

 

The new apps take care of planning and scheduling, note reminders, making calculations, tracking missed calls and finding your location when lost in the city or countryside. The Note and Calendar app comes with color coded note making functions that make it a great way to organize all notes. The scientific calculator looks clean with multiple memory and scientific constant features as well as good memory space.

Osthoro has packed more punch to their school apps by including one that tracks missed calls while the phone is kept switched off during class, and a street address locator when the user happens to lose directions.

School students can now be well prepared with all critical apps they might need any time of the study or later. Some other apps they can try are the Electric Energy watch face, and other smart faces like animated flames, color grid and slicker watch face.

The app developer, Osthoro, is known for creating smart phone apps for android devices, especially smart watch faces, and has been featured on media channels such as MarketWatch, Bloomberg Business Week, Boston Globe, Fox, ABC, NBC and CBS.

For more Information please visit:  https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=osthoro&hl=en

 

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Company Name: Osthoro
Website: www.osthoro.com

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