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Terrain Home – is a smart homescreen for Android that makes your phone simpler and more streamlined by putting everything you care about in one place. Find contacts faster, launch apps faster, and view content faster. Please note however that this is a US-only beta version for now.

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Planleaf – enables you to manage tasks completely over email with anyone, anywhere. There’s nothing to download or install, and you don’t even need to sign up. Compose an email with anyone you want to assign or share tasks with. Add tasks@planleaf.com to the cc field. Then start each task with a dash.

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Z Launcher – Throughout the day, Z Launcher is learning how you use your phone and promoting your favorite apps so you can get to them faster. Whether you’re texting a certain someone, trying not to search for apps in the car, or multi-tasking at the office, your screen changes based on your everyday life.

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Tweet Context – Twitter is a very popular communication medium but it is not always convenient to open Twitter to tweet. That’s where Tweet Context comes in. Using the right-click menu, you can tweet a page, tweet a link or tweet a frame.

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PaperLater – They say print media is dying thanks to the Internet, but is it really? PaperLater is a new UK service, brought to you by Newspaper Club, to help take stuff you don’t want to read on screen and print it as a newspaper. It’s quick and easy and only £4.99.

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  1. Saikat B
    June 24, 2014 at 7:22 am

    Simple email still has some potential left with minimal apps like TaskList.

  2. Thomas
    June 23, 2014 at 3:36 pm

    What about some password manager?
    For example: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stickypassword.android "The only one password manager with floating window!"

    It's not for free, but 10 dolars isn't so much.

  3. SM
    June 21, 2014 at 11:16 pm

    Apparently it will be for any Android; and maybe iOs ... over time:
    "The main goal, Eaton says, is to get the product out there and make it better as what the company views as a big beta test; that's in part because Z Launcher won't work with all phones. From the outset, it will work on Samsung's Galaxy devices like the S4 and S5, as well as Google Nexus devices, like the Nexus 5. Nokia also isn't putting it somewhere like Google's Play Store just yet; people will need to download and install it from Nokia's Z Launcher site.

    Nokia could also bring Z Launcher over to iOS, though Apple's system does not yet allow third-party apps to change the look and feel of the homescreen. "
    http://www.theverge.com/2014/6/19/5822336/nokia-team-creates-z-launcher-android

  4. Peter
    June 21, 2014 at 3:30 pm

    Thx for article. Maybe you should indicate Zlauncher is only for Nokia - or have I missed something?

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