Need a handful of applications and tools to manage your day and keep things in check? I know it’s tiresome, right! Well, Samsung Focus is looking to take away this pain by handing down control to you through a productivity combo app. It enables you to access e-mail (available with multiple accounts), calendar, memo, and contacts from right within the app using a tabbed view.
The primary aim of this application, much like every other productivity one, is to cut through the clutter of each day and present you with the most meaningful information. Samsung Focus has been able to make this possible by allowing the different tabs to exchange data, analyze it and then help you create, prioritize and complete tasks more efficiently. You can look through important information via the unified Focus tab, which weaves together notification and searches revolving around specific keywords.
Simply put, Samsung Focus wants you to locate related items across apps/tabs using specific keywords with just the tap of a button. You can also set keyword alerts, such as ‘meetings’ or ‘conference’ to intimate the app to push notifications which contain the registered word. This exclusive notification bar also includes a floating action button that gives users more control over their work environment.
In addition, you now also have the ability to flag individual senders to prioritize them and receive alerts on the fly — without being lost in the whole mass of e-mails we receive each day. Also, the Korean giant has placed focus on conference calls in this productivity app of theirs. If you’re a business that relies in conference calls to conduct meetings then Samsung Focus will come in handy for you. It can make a meeting request via email directly through the app and also instantly dial in contacts from within the app.
All these features work in tandem to provide you with the most intuitive and power-packed experience. It will enable you to ensure that you don’t miss out on the important e-mails, meetings or conference calls. This app is now live on the Google Play Store, available for Android 6.0 and above, and has already amassed 10k-50k downloads. These users might also be part of the beta program. Evernote might have a tough competitor here.