In Pictures: 11 time management and productivity apps for Android

In the demanding world of IT, it seems as if everyone's workload has increased, making productivity and time management critical workplace skills. Balancing it all can seem unmanageable, but help is at your fingertips--if you know where to look. These 11 Android apps will help you get the most out of your busy day.

MediaFire In today's active world, there is no reason to be out of touch just because you are out of the office and cloud apps help bridge the gap between you and your data. MediaFire describes itself as a "complete and easy to use service for managing your digital stuff." With up to 50GB of space for free account holders, you are able to access video and audio files, documents and pretty much all their digital media while on the go, making them more productive and effective.

MediaFire offers Personal accounts starting at $12 a year, with 50GB space, long-term storage, a 2GB file size limit, and a 200GB monthly file transfer limit. Its Pro ($96/yr) and Business ($288/yr) packages offer even more.

Price: Free

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