What are the best Android apps for journalists?

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    #1Microsoft OneDrive

    Microsoft OneDrive
    Microsoft OneDrive is a file hosting service where you easily store, share and backup your files such as documents, photos, and other files from anywhere, on any device or computer. 

    Web, Android, iOS, Windows

    Free- Varies by plan

    Samuel Richards
    Written on November 20, 2017
    "As an aspiring journalist, I want a place to keep my interviews and drafts available on the cloud for easy retrieval. Microsoft OneDrive gives me the flexibility to call up files on my Android device or elsewhere. It's hard to imagine working without it now. "
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    Evernote is an app that allows users to create all kinds of notes and keep all their ideas organized and collected in the same spot. The app also offers a lot of tools to share ideas and even create agendas for their teammates.   


    Web, Android, iOS, Mac, Windows

    Free- Varies by plan

    Linda Miller
    Written on November 20, 2017
    "My life was so disorganized before I installed Evernote. This app helps me keep everything in one place that I can access at any time !"
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    #3Smart Voice Recorder

    Smart Voice Recorder
    Smart Voice Recorder is an app helps you to recorder long conversations or declarations developed by SmartMob. The app works in the background and it can record up to 2 GB per file limit. 



    Patricia Davis
    Written on August 1, 2018
    "The only downfall to this app is that it does have a 2gb limit, so if you are really busy it may not be enough, but I think for most people it is more then sufficient. This is great for long conversations or interviews Best of all this app is easy to use, free, and just awesome."
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    WordPress is an open-sourced web development tool available on web, iOS, and Android platforms. Users sign up for free to start building blogs, personal sites, business sites or online stores. 24/7 support is also available via email and forums.
    Online Tools

    Free- Varies by plan

    Pamela Gardner
    Written on November 16, 2017
    "WordPress is an open source software used to run many sites on the internet. Wordpress allows you to set up your own site and create content. You do not have to worry about coding. This is available for ios and android. It is very easy to use and is a good tool for journalists."
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    #5iA Writer

    iA Writer

    iA Writer is a plain text editor that supports Markdown, and provides a clean space for the creator's mind. The main goal for the app is allowing the user to focus on the text, with no distractions.  


    Android, Mac, iOS

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Kimberly Gomez
    Written on November 17, 2017
    "As a person that likes to jot down notes and journal, I have found iA Writer to be a great resource. It is very easy to use as a tool to keep notes or just get my thoughts out. I have enjoyed using it a lot."
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    KineMaster is a professional video editor for your devices. You can apply color LUT filters, add effects, and transitions. The video editing app for Android and iOS supports several layers of video, images, and text. 


    Android, iOS

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Christine Rodriguez
    Written on November 11, 2017
    "I have been trying to edit my videos the hard way with just the stock functions that came with my phone. It was so frustrating I pretty much gave up on it and searched for a better option. I found the solution and I'm thrilled. The KineMaster is an extremely high quality, intricate app that allows anyone to edit their videos and images. If I can figure this app out and work it well, anyone can."
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    Dropbox is a cloud-based file hosting service for personal or business use, available on computers and mobile devices. Easily store all your data in a safe and secure location that sync across all your devices or can be shared with friends or co-workers for collaborative work.


    Windows, Mac, Android, iOS

    Varies by plan

    Ryan Peters
    Written on November 19, 2017
    "I can't really see Dropbox being used massively by journalists. While the platform could easily allow for people to cross collaborate, it seems like an unprofessional solution for journalists. Overall, Dropbox is really good for sharing files and folders but at times there are inconsistencies with their restriction system."
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    Pocket is an app that allows you to quickly save, discover, and recommend the stories that interest you on all your devices: iPhone, iPad, Android or Kindle.  


    Android, Chrome, iOS


    Albert Munoz
    Written on November 12, 2017
    "The Pocket app is a nice resource for any that likes to write on the go. This app works on most mobile platforms and is pretty easy to use. I have found myself able to jot down ideas easily as they come to me."


Best What are the best Android apps for journalists
1Microsoft OneDrive Software 10 Free
2EvernoteApps 9 Free
3Smart Voice RecorderApps 9 Free
4WordPressOnline Tools 7 Free
5iA WriterApps 6 Free
6KineMasterApps 6 Free
7DropboxApps 3 Free
8PocketApps 3 Free

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