Posted Dec 01, 2013 09:00 am CST
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From the Droid Lawyer blog by Oklahoma City lawyer Jeffrey Taylor:
If you use a lot of anatomical pictures, you’re going to want to check out Human Anatomy Atlas. An orthopedic surgeon I know introduced me to this app, and it’s going to make a great addition to any lawyer’s anatomy presentation.
Android 4.2’s camera will add a lot of pizzazz to any marketing scheme. See how you’ll be using your camera to beef up your law firm’s marketing with Google+ Photo Spheres.
Are you a serious list-maker? Then Todoist is the app for you. Create and manage to-do lists from your mobile device.
From the iPhone J.D. blog by lawyer Jeff Richardson of New Orleans:
The Stabile PRO by Thought Out is a useful, high-quality iPad stand that securely holds an iPad at about the same height as a computer monitor.
Documents to Go by DataViz has long been one of the best apps for viewing and editing Microsoft Word documents on an iPhone or iPad. The reasons to update to version 5.0 include a revamped interface that provides better document viewing.
Apple added Pages, Keynote and Numbers (the iWork suite) to its free online iCloud.com service, which makes it easy to view and edit the iWork documents that you create on your iPhone and iPad, even if you are using a PC.
DOMA's demise brings new challenges