The 19 Best Android Productivity Apps of 2023 (Ranked & Reviewed)

There’s no way around it – in today’s digital world, we are constantly bombarded with distractions. From notifications to news alerts, it’s difficult to stay focused on what’s important. And with so many projects on the go, it’s increasingly difficult to keep yourself and your team on the right track without the use of technology.

On the flip side, there are so many powerful apps that you can utilize to work smarter instead of harder and keep you focused, away from all of those distractions. Maybe you’re a blogger like me, and you’re looking for a more efficient way to write using an AI writing assistant. Or, you might be looking to create your own personal productivity system. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of the best android productivity apps to help you take back control of your time.

Let’s dive in!

What is a productivity app?

A productivity app is something that simply makes your life easier. Whether you’re looking to increase your efficiency, improve your organization, or up your productivity game there’s an app for it!

In this blog post, we’ll rank and review the 19 best Android productivity apps of 2022. We’ll discuss the pros, cons, features, use cases, and pricing of each tool. So if you’re looking for a new task manager, note-taking app, or something else entirely, keep reading!

What Are The Best Android Productivity Apps?

Here are my top picks for the best performing android productivity apps:

Note Taking Apps

Task/To-Do List Apps

Password Management Apps

Automation Apps

Focusing Apps

File Storage Apps

All-In-One Apps

Time Tracking Apps

Texting Apps

Note Taking Apps

1. Evernote.

Evernote is a cross-platform app that helps you take notes and keep them organized. It offers an intuitive interface and powerful features such as search, tagging, and sharing. You can also sync your notes across all of your devices.

Key Features
  • Take notes and organize them with ease
  • Intuitive interface
  • Powerful search and sharing features
  • Sync across devices
  • Shortcuts
  • Tasks
What I Like/Dislike About Evernote


  • Evernote’s Notebook feature is a unique and intuitive way to organize your various notes. It’s very similar to Windows Explorer or an actual analog manual filing system.
  • I love the ability to integrate your Google Calendar and create a new note directly from the calendar event.
  • Evernote’s Web Clipper Feature allows you to save pages for later reading at the click of a button.
  • The Evernote team is constantly adding new features and improving the usability of the app, adding more value to your subscription on a weekly basis.


  • Can begin to load slowly after years of use and thousands of notes
  • Can be hard for new users to find how to use small but important features

Evernote has free, personal & professional tiers. The personal version costs $69.99 per year and offers more features such as increased storage (10GB), offline notebooks, and password-protected notes. The professional version costs $99.99 per year, offering multiple calendar integrations and 20GB of storage.

2. Notion.

Notion is an all-in-one note-taking tool that can be used for everything from task management to project management to note-taking. It has a clean, simple interface that makes it easy to use and its features are robust enough to meet the needs of large teams. Notion is free to use, but its premium features are worth the price if you need them.

Key Features
  • All-in-one note-taking tool
  • Clean, simple interface
  • Task/project management
  • Note-taking
  • Project management interface
  • Knowledge management interface
What I Like/Dislike About Notion


  • Not just a note-taking app; it’s a project management tool as well
  • The code blocks feature allows users to demonstrate programming concepts to share with other developers
  • You can form your own “ecosystem” of projects and notes that are interconnected


  • Peculiarly, there is no ability to create charts
  • Writing can be clunky as paragraphs are lumped into “objects”
Notion Pricing

Notion has a generous free plan that allows for the unlimited creation of pages and blocks, and free syncing across all devices.

Notion’s personal plans start at $4 per user per month, with team plans starting at 8$ per user per month. Paid versions come with extra features such as file storage & collaborative workspaces.

Task/To-Do List Apps

3. ToDoIst.

ToDoIst is a simple yet effective task management app that has been around since 2007. It’s available on nearly every platform, including Android, and it offers a variety of features to help you get your work done.

ToDoIst lets you create to-do lists and tasks, set due dates and reminders, add subtasks, and more. You can also collaborate with others on projects, and there’s a handy calendar view to help you stay on top of your schedule.

Key Features
  • Simple and effective task management creation
  • Available on nearly every platform, including Android
  • Filters & Labels to organize your tasks
  • Keyboard shortcuts to quickly enter tasks
What I Like/Dislike About ToDoIst


  • The speed and ease of use on Android in creating tasks is a step above other task management apps
  • Seamlessly syncs across all devices
  • Integrates with Google Calendar to create tasks from calendar events and vice-versa
  • Boards feature offers a unique approach to task management


  • Distinct lack of development of new features compared to other task management apps
  • Karma Goals are simplistic and could be fleshed out more
ToDoIst Pricing

ToDoist offers a free plan that allows users to create up to 5 projects. Their Pro plan begins at 4$ per user per month and allows for up to 300 projects and different themes. ToDoIst Business plans start at $6 per user per month.

4. TickTick.

TickTick is a productivity app that helps you keep track of your tasks and to-do lists. It is available for free on the Google Play Store. TickTick has a basic, user-friendly interface. You can create to-do lists and tasks, set reminders, and add notes to each of your tasks.

Key Features
  • To-do lists and tasks
  • Set reminders
  • Add notes to each task
  • Smart date parsing and location reminders
  • Pomodoro timer
  • Syncs across 10+ platforms
What I Like/Dislike About TickTick


  • The workflow of adding tasks is extremely quick.
  • I love that TickTick offers a Pomodoro timer – I haven’t seen that in a task management app before
  • The achievement scores are based on you completing your tasks on time, which encourages you to get things done on time.


  • Basic interface compared to other task management apps
  • TickTick offers no functionality for teams or collaboration
TickTick Pricing

TickTick has a free plan and a paid plan. The paid plan starts at $2.79 per month or $27.99 per year.

5. Trello.

Trello is a visual task management tool built primarily for teams. It’s board-centered interface means that it’s great for small businesses or individual users who want to collaborate with others. The best part about Trello is that it’s free to use (with some features locked behind a paywall) making it one of the best task management options for teams.

Key Features
  • Drag and drop interface that makes it easy to organize tasks into boards and lists
  • Assign tasks to team members, set deadlines, and add comments
  • Integrates with a variety of other productivity tools, including Google Docs, Slack, and Evernote
  • Templates feature gives teams a blueprint for success
  • Trello offers a suite of plug-ins called “Power-Ups” that integrate with other popular productivity tools to provide a quick and fun user experience
What I Like/Dislike About Trello


  • Many task managements try to execute the board-centered approach, but Trello does it best.
  • Trello’s Power-Ups are addicting and allow endless possibilities for productivity enhancement.
  • Trello’s Views feature is both accessible and gorgeous.


  • While individuals can use the app, the workflow & the paid features are best designed for teams.
  • Users who do not like a board-centered task management app should look elsewhere.
Trello Pricing

Trello offers a free version with unlimited cards and up to 10 boards per workspace. Their Standard paid plan begins at $5 per user per month and allows for unlimited board and storage. Their Premium paid plan begins at $10 per user per month and unlocks access to their beautiful and accessible “Views” feature.

Password Management Apps

6. 1Password.

1Password is a great password management tool for those who are looking for a simple and straightforward way of managing randomized, military-grade passwords. It’s a great choice for users who want to keep their passwords organized across different platforms.

Key Features
  • Simple and straightforward interface
  • Password Health Scores – give users a breakdown of which passwords are weak
  • Allows users to keep their passwords organized across different websites
  • Military-grade security
  • Random generation of passwords with numbers and symbols that can be auto-filled for different sites with a simple click
  • Store credit card information and personal identification
What I Like/Dislike About 1Password


  • I like that the simple & straightforward user interface.
  • The autofill detection of 1Password seems superior to other password managers I’ve used.
  • The ability to generate new, randomized passwords quickly.
  • 1Password’s Chrome Extension allows you to quickly enter your passwords for different sites without opening the Desktop app


  • They seem to redesign their UI every couple of years which confuses their user base.
  • The dark theme’s color contrasts could be better designed
1Password Pricing

1Password offers two paid versions – 1Password for $3 per month, and 1Password Families for $5 per month. 1Password Families includes all of the basic features of 1Password, as well as the ability to share with up to 5 family members, and manage what other family members can see and do.

7. Dashlane.

If you’re looking for a comprehensive and secure password manager, look no further than Dashlane. With this app, you can easily generate and store strong passwords, and autofill them when logging into apps and websites. Dashlane also comes with a digital wallet feature, so you can store your credit card information and other sensitive data in one place. Dashlane is designed primarily with businesses in mind and is less geared towards the consumer.

Key Features
  • Password generator
  • Secure storage
  • Autofill passwords
  • Digital wallet
  • Password sharing across teams
What I Like/Dislike About Dashlane


  • Dashlane’s secure sharing feature is ideal for small or large teams looking to share passwords across different apps
  • The company security score gives IT administrators a quick, high-level look at the strength of their employee’s passwords
  • Business focused password manager is ideal for IT administrators looking for a password manager implementation for their whole team


  • The user interface is not as intuitive as other password managers
  • Dashlane’s personal password manager is lacking compared to other consumer password managers on the market.
Dashlane Pricing

Dashlane offers a free consumer version that allows for password management on only one device. Its premium consumer version starts at $4 per month, with a family consumer plan priced at $6 per month.

Dashlane has two B2B plans: Team, and Business. The Team version is priced at $5 per user per month and the Business version is priced at $8 per user per month, both billed annually.

Automation Apps

8. IFTTT (If This Then That).

IFTTT is a free app that lets you automate tasks on your phone. With IFTTT, you can create “recipes” that trigger certain actions when certain conditions are met. For example, you could create a recipe that automatically texts you when your commute to work is delayed by traffic.

IFTTT has a wide range of potential uses for productivity. For example, you can use IFTTT to automatically save new contacts to your CRM, track your work hours in a spreadsheet, or get an email when someone mentions you on social media. It’s extremely powerful because of the endless integration possibilities.

Key Features
  • Automate tasks on your phone
  • Create “recipes” with triggers and actions
  • Use “recipes” to bridge automation between apps
What I Like/Dislike about IFTTT


  • Intuitive “recipe” creation process
  • Endless integration possibilities
  • Can pull from a vast database of recipes that IFTTT users have already created
  • Positive & enthusiastic userbase and community


  • Can be easy to get sucked into too many different recipes
  • Large focus on using community recipes instead of creating your own
IFTTT Pricing

IFTTT offers a free version that allows for the use of 5 applets. It’s first paid tier, IFTTT Pro offers up to 20 Applets as well as customer support and is priced at $2.40 per month. IFTTT Pro+ offers unlimited applets and everything included in the pro plan for $5 per month.

Focusing Apps

9. Freedom.

Freedom is an app that helps you focus by blocking distractions on your phone, tablet, and computer. With Freedom, you can block websites, apps, and even the entire internet if you need to get something done.

Key Features
  • Block websites, apps, and the internet
  • Schedule focus sessions in advance
  • Block distractions for a set amount of time
  • Syncing and blocking across all your devices
  • Pause feature – pause momentarily before visiting a distracting website
  • Limit feature – limit your time spent on distracting websites
  • Insight feature – shows where you’re spending most of your time online.
What I Like/Dislike about Freedom


  • Very effective at blocking distractions. When you turn it on in Locked Mode, you cannot access your blocked websites or apps!
  • The ability to schedule focus sessions in advance allows for the ability to hold yourself accountable to focus sessions.
  • The ability to block across all devices is awesome.


  • The app can be a little glitchy and slow at times
  • The interface is not the prettiest, and enabling/disabling certain features can be unintuitive for the average user.
Freedom Pricing

Freedom has one paid tier, split into three different price options: $9 per month, $40 per year, or $160 for lifetime access.

10. Forest.

Forest is a unique Pomodoro app that helps you focus by planting trees. When you want to focus, you set a timer in the app and start working. For every 15 minutes that you stay focused, a tree is planted. If you leave the app before your timer is up, your tree dies.

The idea behind Forest is that as you stay focused and earn more trees, you create a virtual forest that is filled with your own personal trees. The app also includes a leaderboard to compete against friends and family, as well as unlocking different tree species as you continue to use the app.

Key Features
  • Plants trees when you stay focused for a specified amount of time
  • Leaderboard to compete with friends and family
  • Personality Test to find your “Focus Type” and “Study Buddy Tree”
  • Virtual Forest so you can visually see and track how long you have stayed focused
  • You can convert your time focused to donating to tree planting in real life via an organization called Trees for the Future.
  • Chrome Extension allows you the ability to plant trees across different devices.
What I Like/Dislike About Forest


  • The Pomodoro Technique is an effective way to focus, and Forest takes it a step further by planting trees. It’s a beautifully designed and artistic app.
  • The app is very well designed and has a great user interface.
  • It’s fun to use and competitive with the leaderboard feature.
  • I like that there is a virtual forest that you can fill up with trees.
  • The ability to exchange your focus time for planting real-life trees is an excellent motivator to stay focused.


  • The “Focus Type” and “Study Buddy Tree” features seem like they would be more effective if they were integrated into the app in a more meaningful way.
  • I wish there were more tree options and more events to unlock unique, collectible trees.
Forest Pricing

Forest can be purchased for a one-time fee of $1.99 on the Google Play Store.

11. FocusList.

FocusList is a Pomodoro timer app that helps you boost productivity by breaking down your tasks into 25-minute intervals, followed by a five-minute break.

The app also includes features such as goal setting, task tracking, and progress reports so you can see how well you’ve been doing. You can also set up daily, weekly, and monthly goals to keep yourself on track.

FocusList also has a “Do Not Disturb” feature that silences all incoming notifications so you can stay focused on your task at hand.

Key Features
  • Pomodoro timer with 25-minute intervals and five-minute breaks
  • Goal setting
  • Day Planning
  • Time Tracking
What I Like/Dislike About FocusList


  • I love FocusList’s minimalist design.
  • It has its own unique take on a Pomodoro system.
  • The “Do Not Disturb” feature is a great way to stay focused on your task.


  • I wish the app had more customization options for the Pomodoro timer.
  • I would also like to see more features such as task tracking and progress reports.
FocusList Pricing

FocusList is a free app with in-app purchases available for premium features such as goal setting and day planning.

File Storage Apps

12. Google Drive.

Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service developed by Google. It allows users to store files in the cloud, sync files across devices, and share files with others. It also includes features such as real-time collaboration, version history, and commenting.

Key Features
  • Store files in the cloud – no need for a physical drive
  • Sync files across Android and desktop devices
  • Share files with others
  • Real-time collaboration
  • Version History
  • Commenting
What I Like/Dislike About Google Drive


  • I love that Google Drive is integrated with so many other Google products.
  • It’s a very user-friendly and intuitive app.
  • The real-time collaboration feature is excellent for team projects.
  • Accessing files across multiple devices is super easy and intuitive.


  • I would like to see an improved search function.
  • The interface could be more streamlined and organized.
  • The app can be slow to load once you’ve uploaded multiple Gigabytes to the Google cloud.
Google Drive Pricing

Google Drive offers different pricing plans based on the amount of storage you want or need. 100GB of cloud storage costs $20 per year, all the way up to 30TB of cloud storage costing $300 per month.

13. Dropbox.

Dropbox is a file storage and synchronization service. It allows users to store files in the cloud, sync files across devices, and share files with others. It also includes features such as real-time collaboration, version history, and commenting.

Key Features
  • Cloud Storage
  • Sync files across Android and desktop devices
  • Share files with others
  • Real-time collaboration
  • Version History
  • Commenting
  • Document signing feature on Professional Plan
What I Like/Dislike About Dropbox


  • The interface is very user-friendly and I love that it automatically syncs my files across devices.
  • It’s great for collaboration because multiple people can work on a file at the same time and see each other’s changes in real time.
  • I also like that it keeps track of all previous versions of a file in case I need to go back to an older version.


  • I’m not a fan of Dropbox’s subscription options. I feel like there are other storage services out there that offer more flexible pricing options and allow you to better customize the amount of storage that fits your specific needs.
Dropbox Pricing

Dropbox offers 3 different plans. Dropbox Plus starts at $9.99 per month for 2TB of storage, Dropbox Family charges $16.99 per month and ups the user count to 6, and Dropbox Professional + eSign costs $24.99 per month for 3TB of storage and E-signature capabilities for any documents within Dropbox.

All-In-One Apps

14. ProofHub.

ProofHub is an all-in-one project management tool that helps you manage your projects, team, and clients better. It offers features such as task management, file sharing & collaboration, Gantt charts, Kanban boards, discussions & comments, real-time chat, and a built-in email client. Proofhub is one of the better all-in-one productivity apps for android.

Key Features
  • Project management
  • Task management
  • File sharing & collaboration
  • Gantt charts
  • Kanban boards
  • Discussions & comments
  • Real-time chat
  • Built-in email client
What I Like/Dislike About ProofHub


  • I love that ProofHub offers so many features in one tool and the Android app is well designed compared to other all-in-one project management apps.
  • It’s great for project management because it has features like Gantt charts and Kanban boards. It’s also great for task management and collaboration with features like file sharing, discussions, and comments.
  • And the built-in email client is a nice touch.
  • Has one of the better UI designs for an Android productivity app.


  • I wish ProofHub was a bit more affordable. It’s one of the more expensive productivity apps on this list.
ProofHub Pricing

ProofHub offers flat pricing with no per-user fee. This is a massive pro or con depending on your situation. Their Essential Tier allows for up to 40 projects and 15GB of storage with unlimited users for $50 per month. Their Ultimate Control Tier is priced at $99 per month and offers unlimited projects, users, 100GB of storage as well as custom roles, IP restrictions, and Activity Logs – perfect for managing a remote team.

Time Tracking Apps

15. Timely.

Timely is a time tracking app that helps you track your work hours, project progress, and billable hours. It offers features such as automatic time tracking, manual time entry, approval workflow, invoicing & payments, and reporting. Timely is one of the best Android productivity apps for freelancers and consultants. With a strict anti-surveillance policy, Timely gives users peace of mind that their employer cannot use Timely to track what they are working on.

Key Features
  • Automatic time tracking
  • Manual time entry
  • Approval workflow
  • Invoicing & payments
  • Reporting
What I Like/Dislike About Timely


  • I love that Timely offers automatic time tracking. This is a huge timesaver, especially for consultants and freelancers who need to track their billable hours. For example, you can dial in the detail to see how much time you were spending on specific tabs.
  • The invoicing and payment features are also very handy. It’s great to be able to send invoices and get paid directly from the app.
  • The reporting feature is very comprehensive, and I like that it offers both a summary and a detailed view.


  • Timely’s “Memory” tracking software is pretty unintuitive. It’s a bit confusing how the app tracks all your activity across your phone and your desktop devices.
  • The location tracking feature is not as accurate as I would have liked.
  • Google Calendar integration is slightly confusing
Timely Pricing

Timely’s Starter Plan begins at $8 per user per month and allows the use of up to 50 projects across 3 teams. The Premium Plan is priced at $14 per user per month and allows for unlimited projects & teams. The Unlimited Plan is priced at $20 per user per month and allows for viewing of employee activity and overtime. You can also get a custom quote from their sales team to tailor Timely to your specific organization.

16. RescueTime.

If you find yourself spending too much time on non-productive activities, RescueTime can help. It’s an app that runs in the background of your phone and tracks how you’re spending your time. It then provides detailed reports and analytics so you can see where you’re wasting time and make changes accordingly.

Key Features
  • Time tracking
  • Detailed reports and analytics
  • Helps you quickly identify wasted time
  • Focus Session feature helps seamlessly plan your day and schedule in your Focus Time
What I Like/Dislike About RescueTime


  • I like that RescueTime is very detailed and helps you see where you’re wasting time.
  • I also appreciate the simplicity and accuracy of the Focus Session feature.


  • I dislike that the app doesn’t have a way to track time spent on specific tasks.
  • I also find the interface to be slightly ugly-looking
  • Obsessing over “Focus Time” can lead to unhealthy relationships with work if not properly managed.
RescueTime Pricing

RescueTime has a free version with lite features. Their website claims “Free trial premium plans available from $6.50 per user per month,” however you need to contact sales for a custom quote.

Texting Apps

17. Grammarly

Grammarly is an AI-powered writing assistant that helps you write better, error-free content. It offers real-time feedback on your writing, catches grammar and spelling mistakes, and makes suggestions on how to improve your style. It even offers a custom Grammarly keyboard for use with your Android device.

Key Features
  • AI-powered writing assistant
  • Catches grammar and spelling mistakes
  • Offers suggestions on how to improve your style
  • Custom Grammarly keyboard
  • Autocorrect
  • Plagiarism Detector
  • Formality Level
What I Like/Dislike About Grammarly


  • I like that Grammarly offers real-time feedback on your writing.
  • I also appreciate the custom Grammarly keyboard for Android. It offers better suggestions than my Samsung Keyboard
  • The Plagiarism Detector is invaluable for writing blog content.
  • Grammarly has made me a far stronger writer by pointing out when I am writing in the passive voice instead of the active voice.


  • I dislike that the app is only available in English.
  • Sometimes the app can lag pretty badly when you’re writing longer articles. In particular, it seems to slow down quite heavily in Chrome.
  • The Android Grammarly Keyboard has quite a few graphical glitches that haven’t been rectified in months.
Grammarly Pricing

Grammarly offers a free and Premium version. Grammarly’s free version offers tone detection, spelling correction, incorrect punctuation, and grammar issues. The Premium version offers all of that as well as offering tone adjustment suggestions, delivery suggestions, engagement suggestions, formatting suggestions, and fluency suggestions. Last but not least the premium version also offers a very affordable plagiarism detector.

Grammarly Premium is priced at $30 per month or $140 per year.

18. Texpand.

Texpand is an app that allows you to create custom text shortcuts. This can be useful for things like frequently used phrases, email signatures, and boilerplate text. Once you’ve created a shortcut, simply type the shortcut into any text field and it will expand to the full phrase.

Key Features
  • Create custom text shortcuts
  • Useful for frequently used phrases, email signatures, and boilerplate text
  • Type shortcut into any text field and it will expand to the full phrase
What I Like/Dislike About Texpand


  • I like the speed and fluidity of how quickly Texpand enters the boilerplate text into the text field.


  • The free version is completely useless, may as well just offer a paid version with a free trial.
Texpand Pricing

Texpand offers a free version where you can save up to 10 shortcuts. The premium version costs a one-time fee of $6.99. Premium Texpand syncs with Google Drive and allows you to create an unlimited number of phrases.

19. Pushbullet.

Pushbullet is an app that allows you to push files, links, and notes between your devices. It also allows you to view your phone’s notifications on your computer. This can be useful if you’re trying to stay off your phone but still need to see certain notifications. It allows you to text or Whatsapp your friends from your desktop if you don’t want to look at your phone.

Key Features
  • Push files, links, and notes between devices
  • View phone notifications on your computer
  • Text or Whatsapp friends from your desktop
  • Integrate with Android, Chrome, Firefox & Windows
What I Like/Dislike About Pushbullet


  • I like that Pushbullet integrates with so many different platforms.
  • I also appreciate how quickly it pushes files between devices. It’s a huge time saver and keeps me off of my phone.
  • Their API is super speedy and the storage space of up to 2GB in the free version is quite generous.


  • Pushbullet is pricy when compared to other similar options like My Phone Link.
Pushbullet Pricing

Pushbullet offers a free plan that allows you to send up to only 25MB of files & only 100 SMS or WhatsApp messages per month. Pushbullet Pro is priced at $5 per month and allows you to send up to 1GB of files per month along with unlimited SMS & WhatsApp messages.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a productivity app?

A productivity app is any software that helps you manage your time, work more efficiently, or complete tasks.

How do I choose a productivity app?

When choosing a productivity app ask yourself what task or goal you are trying to accomplish. Once you know that narrow your search down to a few apps that will help you complete that task or goal. From there look at reviews, feature lists, and pricing to decide which app is best for you.

What are the best productivity apps?

The best productivity apps vary depending on what you need them for. Some people might find a simple to-do list app like Todoist the best, while others might prefer a more comprehensive tool like Asana. The best way to find out is to try a few different apps and see which one works best for you.

What is the best free productivity app?

There are a lot of great free productivity apps out there. Some of our favorites include Todoist, Evernote, and Trello.

What is the best productivity app for android?

Again, this depends on what you need the app for. Some of our top picks include ClickUp, IFTTT, and Texpand.

Do I need a productivity app?

You don’t need a productivity app, but it can certainly help you get more done in less time. If you find yourself struggling to stay organized or meet deadlines, a productivity app might be a good solution for you.

How much do productivity apps cost?

The price of productivity apps varies depending on the features and functionality they offer. Some are free, while others can cost a few dollars per month. Generally, most fall in the range of $5-10 per user per month.

Final Thoughts

As you can see, there are a lot of great productivity apps for Android that are out there. The best way to find the one that’s right for you is to try a few different ones and see which one works best for your needs. I hope this guide will help you create your ultimate Android productivity tech stack. Good luck and thanks for reading!

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