Tools of the Month September 2013

— September 14, 2013

Here are some of the latest devices, gadgets, accessories and apps for work and life that Mobile Enterprise found interesting:


Powerocks Super Magic Stick: A portable power bank lets users charge smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.www.powerocksusa.com





TurtleCell: Designed and patented by two former engineering students from the University of Michigan to solve the problem of tangled headset cords. This protective case for iPhones features integrated retractable headphones. www.turtlecell.com
 

 



DryBox: Water and smartphones is a recipe for disaster. DryBox is designed to completely dry a wet phone of all moisture using a patent-pending drying chamber. www.dryboxrescue.com
 
 





TaskOne: You love your iPhone, but it falls short when you need to fix your bike, tighten a screw or open a bottle. There isn't an app for that. But what if there was a case for that? Designed for the iPhone 4, 4S and 5, the TaskOne comes complete with 22 tools, including a kickstand, sawblade, screwdrivers and pliers. Available in a variety of colors. www.thetasklab.com
 


 






VoxTube 500: This Bluetooth enabled headset by MIPOW combines Bluetooth V4.0 Low Energy with a compact size and lightweight design. Features voice prompt and voice dialing capabilities and dial microphone noise canceling. www.mipow.com
 

 





Glove.ly: Touchscreen gloves allow users to stay warm and connected. The handy accessory also offers MagLove technology, a cleverly hidden magnet in each cuff so that the gloves won't separate in your pockets or bag. www.glove.ly
 




 





APPS

ClearSlide Connect: This iOS app enables sales teams to instantly access all ClearSlide content, including presentation decks, whitepapers, videos and more from their mobile phone, then send it to prospects and receive instant alerts when content is viewed. www.ClearSlide.com
 
 




9Slides: App for Windows 8 and iOS allows users to add audio-video narration to their presentation slides from virtually any mobile device. Users can capture and share audio-video narration from a camera to presentation slides, and view presentations on-the-go. www.9slides.com
 

 




Star Alliance Navigator: App for iPad features an interactive 3D globe which visually depicts the 28 airline network of more than 21,900 daily flights covering 1,328 world-wide destinations. Offers flight search, flight status and info on airport lounges. www.staralliance.com
 
 




Voxer: Available for iOS, Android and Windows, this carrier agnostic walkie-talkie app lets users talk to anyone else www.voxer.com

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