Lawyers are already using Android devices to make phone calls, check email and send text messages. After the addition of several key apps, these smartphones or tablets can also help run a law practice. In just one hour, this book will describe how to buy, install and update Android apps, and help lawyers:
- 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 email apps;
- Create, edit and organize documents;
- Learn on the go with news, reading and reference apps;
- Download utilities to keep devices running smoothly;
- Hit the road with apps for travel; and
- Have fun with games and social media apps.
Android Apps in One Hour for Lawyers is written by Daniel J. Siegel, the founder of Integrated Technology Services, LLC, a consulting service based in Havertown, Pa., and the principal of the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC, with offices in Havertown and in Maine.
Title: Android Apps in One Hour for Lawyers
Publisher: ABA Law Practice Management Section
Product Code: 5110754
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