Today Diane Johnson was kind enough to provide some user friendly apps for those on the go. Trusting technical support or a toll free number is not always the way to go and gives rise to social networking.
If you are someone who travels a lot for business or has to run from here to there, you know how inconvenient it can be sometimes to do business on the go. But, with an iPhone, maybe the days of toting around your laptop and finding internet connections is at an end. With all the emerging iPhone apps, maybe someday you can leave behind the computer and just take along your phone. Here are the top seven iPhone apps for businesses.
With this app, you can edit and manage spreadsheets as wells as text-files online or offline.
- Print & Share
For a little under $7, this app lets you print emails, attachments, files, photos, contacts, and web pages, all on the go.
This is an app for accepting credit card payments. This allows you to take your business with you wherever you go. With no contracts or termination fees, all you need to do is pay a small monthly fee to Authorize.Net for the service and a small per-transaction fee.
- FlightTrack Pro
If you are a frequent flier, you know what a hassle it is to keep track of your flight status and reservations. But, with this app, all that information is right in front of you. FlightTrack checks FAA airport delays and closures for you, as well as arrival times. If your flight is canceled, this app can help you search for a different flight. If you forward you airline confirmation to the app, FlightTrack Pro takes care of you like you were carrying around a personal assistant.
During your next office meeting, use this app to make your iPhone turn into your PowerPoint presentation pointer. It is compatible with both PCs and Macs. This allows you to use your iPhone as your remote control, and it serves as a virtual pad allowing you to control your mouse movements from your phone.
If you are constantly on the go, it’s hard to keep all your notes, memos, and ideas organized unless you have Evernote. This app is like a mobile filing cabinet. You can gather notes, voice memos, and even photos on your iPhone, and it will sync them with your computer. So you’ll never be looking for that napkin that you wrote on during lunch.
Using this app makes it easy to keep track of your hours. It even lets you send invoices directly from your iPhone.
About the author: Diane Johnson graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in political science. When she’s not traveling she enjoys writing articles about online courses, reading books, and shopping.
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