Mobile Business Apps For 2015
Of course, there are a ton more apps that I could cover. But the goal here is to give you ideas for some useful business apps that you should consider adding to your smartphone.
Evernote: Never forget an idea again! Fantastic for capturing–and sharing–lead generation ideas, Evernote is available as an Android app on both tablets and phones, as well as on a main PC browser, allowing you to jot down that last-minute idea to share before an important meeting. Good also for capturing web pages related to your ideas. Create various notebooks for all your information: projects, contacts, etc.
Asana: Against the speed, complexity, and scope of our modern work, email is no longer up to the task. Figuring out what needs to get done, getting on the same page, and finding the right information in email is inefficient. Asana has re-imagined team communication from the ground up. Conversations and tasks are in one place, so everything is actionable and transparent. When less of your time is spent in email, you’ll have more time to get work done.
HootSuite: Manage and schedule posts to multiple social media profiles on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Foursquare and more, all from one app – Hootsuite! Hootsuite is free for up to 3 social network accounts and has over 9 million users. It is the top app for Android to help you manage social media and track social media analytics. Publish and schedule messages, monitor mentions and conversations about your brand, and track analytics – all from your Android device.
LinkedIn: It’s been perfectly described at one point as the “Facebook” for networkers, marketers and other professionals seeking to build their circle of contacts and referrals. But it is a site for professionals, which means you won’t get all the unnecessary “social entertainment” chatter.
Dropbox: Dropbox is cloud storage at its best and it allows you to store and access files remotely as you need them. Available for Android at the Google Play store and for iOS at the Apple App store.