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7 Useful Business Apps for iPhone and Android

7 Useful Business Apps for iPhone and Android

Smartphones are not only great for entertainment and social media; it is excellent for business too. Here are iPhone and Android apps that are useful for your business.

Google Drive Android, free – Google Drive is the former Google Docs app. With this app, not only can you access all your files in Google cloud, you could also upload files from your smartphone; talks about convenience and accessibility.

OneReceipt iOS, free – If you’re a smartphone online shopper, this app is for you. We all know that receipts are important and shopping frequently online will give you scattered digital receipts. OneReceipts helps you organize and manage your digital receipts. It can also scan your email for receipt from online transactions and purchases and it can inform you of your delivered products. It can also help you to manage your finances by providing you a monthly report of your spending.

Business Calendar Free Android, free – The Business Calendar Free has more functionality than a regular Android calendar app. This app integrates with Google Calendar and automatically syncs all your calendars. Its minimal and user-friendly design enables you to set reminders and view upcoming events and appointments easily. It also comes with numbers of customizable widget that displays a particular event or calendar for easy viewing. The Business Calendar Free is also available on ad-free version for only $5.

mSecure Password Manager Android, $10 – if you’re running a business, either physical or online, you may have several online accounts. mSecure Password Manager provides peace of mind by storing your sensitive passwords in a secure storage. It also lets you back up your data to mSecure’s cloud. mSecure Password Manager also protects you from hackers and prying eyes. It comes with built-in password generator to lock your online accounts more efficiently.

Adobe Reader Android/iOS, free – you may already capable of viewing PDFs through your OS, but you’re access is limited from editing and making changes. With Adobe Reader, not only you can view PDF files, you can also edit, add bookmarks, leave comments, and use available tools to do any markings on the file. It means that you could fill out forms and even sign digital documents.

GoodReader for iPhone iOS $5 – The GoodReader functions like the Adobe Reader and more. Not only it allows you to edit PDFs, it also handles Word documents, .txt files, and more. With this app, you can access your Google Drive, Box.net, Dropbox and other servers on your smartphone. You can also sync all documents so any changes you make through your smartphone will also reflect on your accounts.

LinkedIn Android/iOS, free – LinkedIn is the social network for professionals. LinkedIn allows you to make connections with people of different profession. Through this app, you can receive the day’s top stories on the topics you follow and allow you to share what you read to your network. The app also enables you to sync your LinkedIn contacts to your phone book. It gives you more options on keeping in touch with your connections.