There has been explosion in the use of mobile productivity apps, fueled in part by the BYOD phenomenon, according to Flurry from Yahoo's latest State of Mobile report.
Apple just took its effort to attract mobile workers up a notch by adding new languages to its iWork for iCloud productivity apps, reports AppleInsider.
Mobile apps, once a novelty for early smartphone adopters, have become the main way that U.S. consumers spend their time on their mobile device.
Microsoft is extending its signature Office productivity suite to Apple's iOS, enabling Office 365 subscribers to access, view and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents on the go.
An Evernote executive said the company has not seen a slowdown in new users due to the recent release of Google Keep, a note-taking app from Android giant Google that is a direct competitor to Evernote.