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Top Mobile Apps to boost your productivity
Running a business is hard, especially if you don’t manage the resources
effectively or in other words if you don’t have the right tools to scale
To maximize productivity you should rely apps designed to improve
communication, manage document storage, and promote information
sharing with robust backend functionality.
There are many apps we’ve used for years, and some we’ve only
discovered recently to make our work much faster, smoother and more
In this article, we have created a list of some hand picked apps that can
boost your small business productivity.
1. Lucyphone – iOS, Android
Who wants to wait endlessly to be connected to customer service over
the phone When you’re put on hold, simply press **. This gets you
disconnected, and the moment a service reps comes on the line, the two
of you are connected.
2. LogMeIn – iOS
Using this, Stuff on your PC or Mac can be accessed from your iPad or
iPhone. This app allows you to view your files remotely.
3. Evernote – iOS, Android
Use this powerful note-taking app to store photos, notes, web pages,
audio clips, PDF files, sync files, record voice reminders and create to-do
4. Producteev – iOS, Android
This free task management app lets you assign tasks to several
individuals, implement privacy settings and create subtasks.
5. Docusign – iOS, Android
Who says you have to be physically present on the spot to sign an
important document? Follow the link in your email to open the
document. Follow the signing process and at last, click on “confirm
6. Basecamp – iOS, Android
Want great collaboration within your organization? Basecamp gives
team members a single view dashboard that has links to any given
project. Files, tasks, milestone dates, along with a discussion front that
lets you trade information and work through details.
Daily data backups are performed, along with SSL data encryption. If
your mobile device does not natively support Basecamp, you can still
use your phone’s browser to sign in to the Web portal.
7. Dropbox – iOS, Android
While Dropbox is already popular among mobile app consumers. You can
easily sync important work documents across all devices and access
them seamlessly from anywhere.
8. OfficeTime – iOS
This app is very useful and highly practical: record billable hours through
the work day and generate invoices and reports based on that data.
9. Mint – iOS, Android
Want to know if your business check cleared the bank? Mint collects
your financial data, all in one place. Keep an eye on your savings,
checking, retirement and investment accounts whenever you want, and
also track spending on a day to day basis.
If you are using any other apps to improve your productivity .Tell us in
the comments section and we’ll look into it .
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