Top and Trendy IT Apps for Pro­fes­sion­als

With chang­ing trends, the in­no­va­tive an­droid apps are po­si­tion­ing as a ben­e­fi­cial as­set for IT pro­fes­sion­als’ skilling and ex­pe­ri­ence. There are some pre­ferred mo­bile ap­pli­ca­tions ex­pected to leave a mark in the up­com­ing year

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In the age of smart­phones and dig­i­ti­za­tion, users and pro­fes­sion­als are al­ways in search of use­ful ap­pli­ca­tions which add to their learn­ing and ex­pe­ri­ences on-the-go. Any­one who has a smart­phone or any other gad­get is al­ways look­ing for a ben­e­fi­cial app to im­prove pro­fes­sional skills in or­der to do things ef­fec­tively and ef­fi­ciently. Mo­bile apps in­deed of­fer up­dated in­for­ma­tion and trends to fol­low for the users. There are many apps which are use­ful for IT pro­fes­sion­als on the job. Every­one knows that now our smart­phones or tablets can stand in for our lap­tops in a wide range.

We have listed top 5 apps for An­droid users which IT pro­fes­sion­als can in­stall for en­hanced ex­pe­ri­enced and up-to-date knowl­edge to pol­ish their skills.

MI­CROSOFT RE­MOTE DESK­TOP

Mi­crosoft Re­mote Desk­top app al­lows you to con­nect to any re­mote PC and lets you ac­cess all of its files, net­work re­sources and apps in­clud­ing the ac­cess to pub­lished Windows apps on Mi­crosoft Azure. This app lets you work from any­where, any­time in the world.

It of­fers fea­tures like ac­cess to re­mote re­sources through one’s Re­mote Desk­top Gate­way, se­cur­ing con­nec­tions to one’s data and ap­pli­ca­tions through Net­work Level Au­then­ti­ca­tion (NLA) tech­nol­ogy, high qual­ity video and sound steam­ing, etc. The app also has multi-touch ex­pe­ri­ence with RDP (Re­mote Desk­top Pro­to­col) and Re­moteFX sup­port­ing win­dow ges­tures. One can eas­ily man­age all re­mote con­nec­tions from con­nec­tion cen­ter.

JUICESSH

SSH of­fers a se­cure and re­mote ter­mi­nal en­vi­ron­ment. One can use it to tun­nel one’s traf­fic, trans­fer files, mount re­mote files, etc. All the SSH traf­fic are en­crypted and one can eas­ily trans­fer file, brows­ing the in­ter­net.

JuiceSSH is a free an­droid app that lets you con­nect to SSH server eas­ily. It helps you ac­cess re­mote servers from windows or linux. It is a full-color ter­mi­nal and SSH client which con­nects to a stan­dard server. The app of­fers pop-up key­board with spe­cial char­ac­ters for Alt, Ctrl, Tab, etc. It also has fea­tures such as one-click SSH con­nec­tion, key im­port/ex­port/gen­er­a­tion, Tel­net, lo­cal An­droid ter­mi­nal sup­port and ZLib com­pres­sion. The paid ver­sion fea­tures home screen wid­get for quick con­nec­tions, store con­nec­tions and scripts as snip­pets, auto backup of con­nec­tions, etc. As se­cu­rity, it of­fers sup­port for two-fac­tor au­then­ti­ca­tion.

SOLID EX­PLORER

It is one of the best file ex­plor­ers for An­droid users. One can eas­ily pro­tect files and fold­ers with a pass­word and if one uses fin­ger­print sen­sor, he can use it to open en­crypted files with­out a need to pro­vide the pass­word. It pro­vides many cus­tomiza­tion op­tions such as icon sets, themes and color schemes. The app has fea­tures which let the per­son to pro­vide the abil­ity to drag and drop files be­tween them with the help of dual pane file brows­ing,

ar­chive file cre­ation, sup­port for man­ag­ing all ma­jor cloud stor­age so­lu­tions.

This file man­ager can also con­nect to your Windows PC or re­mote servers through FTP, SFTP and We­bDav to man­age files re­motely. It also has the abil­ity to cre­ate or ex­tract most com­monly used ar­chive for­mats, such as ZIP, RAR and 7ZIP.

PUSHBULLET

PushBullet is a bridge be­tween a smart­phone and a tablet or com­puter that al­lows you to pass data back and forth. This app can send mes­sages from your tablet or com­puter. It also lets you pass your phone mes­sages to your com­puter. With this app, one can eas­ily share links and files be­tween de­vices.

The app lets you see all your mo­bile no­ti­fi­ca­tion on com­puter in­clud­ing calls and one can eas­ily deal with no­ti­fi­ca­tions on com­puter than on mo­bile. The core func­tion­al­ity of this app is free but if you share heavy mes­sages then it is good to sub­scribe for the paid ver­sion of this app.

FING-NET­WORK TOOLS

It is one of the best net­work scan­ners used by mil­lions of pro­fes­sion­als. One can eas­ily view ev­ery de­vice con­nected to one’s net­work with IP and MAC ad­dresses dis­played along with de­vice name. The app pro­vides the user to cus­tom­ize de­vice name with a tap and add notes. One can also de­tect in­trud­ers, as­sess net­work se­cu­rity risks, and achieve best net­work per­for­mance with the help of this ap­pli­ca­tion.

It also of­fers port scan­ner, Wi-Fi scan­ner, DNS lookup and re­verse DNS lookup, net­work in­truder de­tec­tion, ping, ad­vanced anal­y­sis of NetBiOS, UPNP and Bon­jour name, ser­vice mon­i­tor­ing, net­work qual­ity mea­sure­ment, etc. Fing app is a must-have ap­pli­ca­tion in your smart­phone or a tablet.

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