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5 apps a legal translator and lawyer must have

As professionals and individuals we have to recognise that the digital world is part of our daily lives. From taking notes at a conference with our tablet, to answer text messages and emails from our customers from our cellphones, or even look for the meaning of words that we are unfamiliar in other languages.

 

The explosion of available apps on the market is mind blowing! But in this article we will see 5 of the apps you can not miss on your cellphone.

 

  1. SignEasy
    Import. Sign. Send. DONE!
    Simple steps, for a great result. Import documents from email or the cloud. Sign and fill them in minutes. Works with PDF, Word, Pages, Excel, JPEG – almost any file format you use at work.
    Available on: Apple Store, Google Play

  2. iTranslate
    Is the leading translation and dictionary app.
    Enables travelers, students, business, professionals, employers and medical staff to read, write and speak in 90 languages, anywhere in the world. Easily translate text, websites or helps you start voice-to-voice conversations.
    Available on: Apple Store, Google Play and Windows

  3.  Evernote
    This app has multiple functions. Its main purpose is: Make you remember everything, and when we say everything is from your to do list to the notes from a conference. The other important thing is that this information will be synchronise in all your devices. You can also share this content with whoever you want.
    Available on: Apple Store and Google Play

     

     

  4. Flipboard
    Clipboard is a social magazine localized in more than 20 languages. This app collects content from social media and other websites, presents it in magazine format, and allows users to “flip” through their social-networking feeds and feeds from websites that have partnered with the company. You can tell Flipboard the content you want to follow / receive.
    Available on: Apple Store and Google Play

  5. Dropbox
    Dropbox is the ideal space for your photos, documents, videos and other files. The files you store on Dropbox are protected by backup and you can access them from all your devices. It’s very easy to send large files to any user, even if they don’t have a Dropbox account you can share a link to access the file.
    Available on: Apple Store, Google Play and Windows

     

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