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.

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1Password

“1Password creates strong, unique passwords for every site, remembers them all for you, and logs you in with a single tap. 1Password is free. Start using it today!”

iTunes_1Password

Storehouse – Visual Storytelling

“Storehouse lets you tell stories with your photos and videos.”

iTunes_Storehouse

Package Tracker

“Package Tracker is a tool for tracking the delivery status of packages on your Windows 8 and Windows Phone devices and supports over 60 carriers. Package Tracker saves you to visit the website of the respective carrier again and again and notifies you automatically with live tile updates (push notifications) when the status of a package has changed. When entering package numbers, the integrated barcode scanner will support you.”

Windows_PackageTracker

Phriz.be

“Phriz.be is a file sharing platform that allows you to discover other people and devices that are nearby and share any document that is on your phone OR on your OneDrive account. With Phriz.be you can share also seamlessly share with email addresses – It’s as Simple as Click. Pick. Share.”

Windows_Phrizbe

Boxer

“Boxer is a faster, smarter mobile email app that adapts to the way you work. Boxer supports your Gmail, Exchange, Outlook, Yahoo, Hotmail, iCloud, AOL, Office 365, IMAP & POP3 email accounts. Boxer connects you to your favorite services like Evernote, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Dropbox, and Box so that you can get more done in less time.”

Google_Boxer

Studio Design

“Battery is a small, sleek and elegant app that will help you follow the current battery percentage on your Android device, and even serve as a battery saver.”

Google_SDesign

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