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Top 6 Mobile Apps For Engineers

Fri, 06/14/2013 - 9:56am
Brian Spero, www.moneycrashers.com

 

Engineers of every discipline face new challenges in the modern workplace, whether by keeping pace with rapidly developing technology, or accessing essential software while working in the field. Besides calling on knowledge and experience to get the job done, engineers rely on a host of resources and tools that, thanks to the development of mobile applications, are becoming increasingly accessible from handheld devices.

If you are looking for innovative solutions to save time and make your job easier, consider these top mobile apps designed with engineers in mind.

1. Engineering Pro

Even experienced engineers are typically only comfortable working with a handful of formulas from memory, making a comprehensive app such as Engineering Pro a valuable resource for referencing a library of formulas for complete accuracy. Categorized for engineers working in chemical, civil, electrical, environmental, or mechanical fields, this app contains more than 650 (and counting) of the complex formulas that engineers are most likely to require. With Engineering Pro, making calculations and applying conversion formulas is as simple as slipping out your smartphone - plus, you can even save favorites for quick access, as well as share results instantly via email.
Price: $11.99

2. TurboViewer X

Whether you are overseeing a project onsite or formulating plans with colleagues over lunch, TurboViewer X is a powerful and versatile tool for viewing your drawings from anywhere at anytime. This highly acclaimed app is the first of its kind to support both 2D and 3D drawings, and features easy uploading and a smooth, multi-touch navigation that lets you pan, zoom, and orbit documents. With a wide-frame, isometric view with impressive fidelity, TurboViewer X provides the flexibility to access projects remotely and deliver impressive presentations on your mobile device.
Price: $6.99

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