In Pictures: 10 great Android apps for IT pros

From remote data access to electronics reference tools, these Android apps come in handy for IT pros on the go

Daylight Zone The analog version of this used to hang in my office for years and this handy free app makes sure that when I call my friends in other countries that I don’t unintentionally wake them up. Since I live in Hawaii, I really hate when easterners keep calling me first thing in the morning, which translates to 2 a.m. in Hawaii. It’s way too easy to extend the courtesy of time-zone awareness; just get the Daylight Zone app, and you’ll know at a glance what parts of the world are still dark.

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