Time for another round of apps that cover the spectrum of your beloved mobile device, be it iPhone, Android or Windows!

The Weekly App Smack is the best of design and productivity apps (and maybe a couple of fun ones, too) for the busy design or engineering professional and this week we have a list sure to make you more efficient.

This week we saw the release of a slick news reader app, an update to the popular OmniGraffle platform, a new way of controlling your Office presentations via your smartphone and more…

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BriefMe

“BriefMe is a new way to stay informed. With so much news available to read today, staying informed is an overwhelming task. As the first-ever news ranking system, BriefMe is designed to make it easy to get up to speed. Powered by the BriefMe Score™, the app identifies the top 10 most consumed and shared news articles of the moment…”

BriefMe

OmniGraffle 2

“Need to create a quick diagram, process chart, page layout, website wireframe, or graphic design? With OmniGraffle, your iPad touch screen is your canvas (or graph paper, or whiteboard, or cocktail napkin…)…”

Omnigraffle2

Google PDF Viewer

“PDF Viewing is now available directly in Google Drive. For environments where this cannot be deployed, Google PDF Viewer offers the same capabilities in a standalone app. View, print, search and copy text from pdf documents while you’re on the go…”

GooglePDFViewer

Limbo for Android

“Uncertain of his sister’s fate, a boy enters LIMBO…”

Limbo

Folders Pro

“Folders is a featured file manager app for Windows Phone Store. It is the most secure, easy to use and professional file manager, with a simple, fresh and beautiful UI…”

FoldersPro

Office Remote

“Office Remote turns your phone into a smart remote that interacts with Microsoft Office on your PC. The app lets you control Word, Excel, and PowerPoint from across the room, so you can walk around freely during presentations…”

OfficeRemote

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