Yesterday morning, Lifehacker published an article titled "How to Break Down the Barrier Between Your Android and Computer," and it's well worth a look for any Android power user. The article is broken into three sections: Two-Way (Android <-> Desktop) and One-Way (Desktop -> Android) and (Android -> Desktop).
In the interest of not stealing their thunder, I'm not going to tell you what apps they suggest and why, but I will tell you what types of apps they cover:
- Small data/notes
- Reading material
- One-way (Desktop -> Android)
- Remote control/screen viewing
- App sync/installation
- Web pages, maps, and text
- One-way (Android -> Desktop)
- Phone activity (SMS/calls/etc)
- Web pages
Be sure to hit up the source link to check out their app suggestions!