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

ElectroDroid If you’re a maker or a tinkerer you should at least get the free version of ElectroDroid. This app houses a huge collection of electronics reference material, but what really sets it apart are active sections, including voltage dividers, reactance/resonance calculators, resister ratios, series/parallel resister calculators, capacitor charge, power dissipation -- the list goes on and on. So when I’m tinkering on a project, like building a GPS-synchronized NTP clock with 3-foot tall numbers, this is the tool that helps me make sure I don’t blow up my battery pack. (The $2.79 ElectroDroid Pro adds a few features and gets rid of the ads.)

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