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How Exide helps you stay productive without a laptop



This article originally appeared on Business Insider.

Exide, an online company that provides virtual and augmented reality content for employers, is bringing the technology to work sites, too.

The company announced a new service today, called Exide Workplace, which is available through its site and app.

The app is available to users with an Android or iOS device, and it provides the ability to capture and edit content in real time.

The service is a bit like Google Now for content, though it works on more platforms than just Android.

You can set up the device for viewing and editing and access a virtual office environment in your home.

The app’s developers say that they’ve found that the apps work well for both employees and clients.

“We see this app as a way for our users to create and share content with their employer,” said Daniela Landa, a senior director at Exide.

“Employers have a lot of things that need to be delivered to the workplace, and using an Exide app for this will allow them to capture the most valuable information.”

Employers can set a minimum number of devices they want their workers to be able to access to work from within the app.

Landa says that Exide is the first to support multiple devices, which means that workers can be able see their work on multiple devices.

Exides app lets you capture and save images for your own personal use.

The team says it also has the ability for employees to customize the content they upload and share.

For example, the app has a tool to create custom templates for employees.

You could upload a photo of yourself, for example, and then choose to upload the template to a different device, such as a tablet or a smartphone.

The template can then be saved to your own Dropbox account.

Landa says the app is free for users to use, but will cost $1.99 to $4.99 per month.

The Exides app is also available on the Google Play Store, so you can get it there as well.

Exides will soon have a full suite of tools, including editing tools, emailing templates, and more.

The company is also looking to expand its service to other platforms, including the Windows and Mac App Stores.

Exiders app, on the other hand, is a more serious application that you can use on any device, Landa said.

The main goal is to make the content available to as many users as possible.

Exision is also rolling out new features on its website to make editing and sharing your work more secure.

The developers are also offering free trials for users who sign up for the app to get a free month of access to the editing tools.

Lina said that the app will continue to be available for free until it reaches $5.99.

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