In Pictures: 13 highly productive Android apps that play nice with your PC

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Folder Sync If AirDroid sounds intriguing only because of its wireless file management, check out Folder Sync, yet another incredible app.

Folder Sync relies on customizable sync rules designed to place your phone or tablet's folders in the cloud service (or personal server) of your choice—SkyDrive, Dropbox, SugarSync, Box, and Ubuntu One are just a few of the many options supported. Want to sync the folders only when changes are made on your phone, or when they're updated in the cloud, too? Which folders? And when: on a schedule or any time changes are made? This app does it all, and it makes shifting files from your phone to your PC and back again utterly seamless.

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