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They have an app for just about everything these days and each app is useful to someone. Some apps however, are a lot more useful than others.
Take AV apps for example, it is not hard to see the value in an application that turns your phone into your digital toolbox. Forget lengthy preparations before going to a job or worrying that your tool might not be effective in the room you are working with, with the right set of AV apps on your Android device, a job well done can be as easy as a swipe of your finger. There are a few different types of apps every AV professional should have on their phone: audio analysis, lighting guides, video and a selection of productivity apps. The following 30 apps showcase a few apps from each category to demonstrate the wide range of AV apps out on the Android market today.
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