When you have a business you want to work smarter not harder. But, for most business owners, it’s easier said than done.
Well, one solution for making your business more efficient is to utilize the tool that is with you probably 24/7 – your smartphone. You can do almost anything on your phone to run and manage the backend of your business.
Here, we aim to self-serve the “work smarter not harder” saying by providing you with a list of essential business apps to help you run a better small business. Your search for productivity apps for your business stops here.
This complete package is provided to you by Scott of Carpet Cleaning Honolulu. He uses this very list of Android apps to run his business with success.
These apps work cohesively with each other. Other than the Quickbooks app (if you are not already using QB), most of these don’t require you to change any platforms that you are already using. So, it’ll we ready to use once installed and backward compatible with most mainstream productivity software.
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These apps work almost just as well as the full desktop version. It is optimized for touchscreen devices, with big, user-friendly buttons for you to tap easily. It also integrate’s with Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud storage system so that all of your documents are synced and backed up across all of your computers and devices. Continue reading “Essential Android Apps For Business”
Location-based applications are powerful tools for your Android devices. There are a ton that provides GPS solutions for anything and everything from personal use to business purposes like Android Auto.
Here is our list of the essential Android location-based apps to have on your device(s):
Google Now is one of the most useful apps to have on your phone. There are tons of features that this app does. So much that we probably shouldn’t list it here for sake of your attention. But here are some of the awesome features that it provides:
- GPS to keep your commute simple.
- Stocks and sports updates.
- Travel Aid. Google Now knows when you’re traveling and it provides you with interesting info on your travels.
- See how far you’ve walked or traveled.
- Shopping aid features, online and in-store.
- Stay updated with your movies, TV shows, and books.
- Access your tickets for upcoming events.
- Keep updated with your favorite websites and news feeds.
- Get reminded anytime and anywhere.
- Ask your device anything. Whatever you need to search, just ask.
Note that these features do some super complex things. You’ll be surprised when you use them. Continue reading “Essential Android Location Based Apps”
Continuing with our Android Essential App list, here’s our list of essential Android internet and communications apps:
The Google Chrome app has had a rough upbringing. But, it has grown over the years enough to make it a great essential app to have on your Android phone. Now, it sports a ton of useful features like being able to sync and view open tabs that are on your other devices. You can keep your web browsing private with the incognito mode or use the “Data Saver Mode” to keep your downloads light using fewer data and storage. You can also use experimental features to test out new innovative features that may make your web browsing life easier.
Twitter’s app also has come a long way and its features have grown. Now, it supports multiple accounts and lists, among many other features. But, if you’re looking for alternative apps other than Twitter’s official app, Falcon Pro and Talon are two alternatives that allow you to customize usage and enhance your experience. Continue reading “Essential Android Internet & Communications Apps”