wish list - Business apps
Written by Oryx
With the release of the new iPhone 6, professionals will want to be sure to have the most handy and up-to-date apps around. Here are a few necessities, all free and available in the App Store.
Perfect for small businesses, CRM provides real-time sales opportunity tracking. It includes graphical reports for deal size, history, and funnel stage, forecasting allows you to historical or projected demand and increase or decrease the plan by factor. Zoho gives project managers the chance to view tasks on the go, check comments from linked users – such as employees involved in specific projects – and submit timesheets.
HootSuite is not only a Twitter client for iPhone, but a complete social networking suite that can combine with your Facebook, Foursquare, LinkedIn, and more. You can view your feeds separately, but toggling between them is just two taps away. You can also schedule tweets to go out at certain times as well as track stats on links you post, a great feature for businesses and blogs.
Hipmunk’s unique display gets a boost from the new iPhones, making it even easier to save time, money, and agony by quickly finding the best deals on travel options. You can seek out flights, trains, hotels, and even alternative accommodations like Airbnb and Homeaway. Hipmunk also supports Handoff, so you can search on your laptop then pick up exactly where you left off on your iPhone or iPad without missing a beat.
This note-syncing app was freshly updated and is perfect for creating and storing notes formed from text, web pages, photographs, or audio. Everything you store in your Evernote account is automatically synced across all of your devices, making it easy to capture, browse, search, and edit your notes on your smartphone, tablet, computer or on the Web.
Named ‘Best Finance App’ by the 1st Annual App Awards and TIME magazine’s 50 Best iPhone Apps, Mint puts your financial life in your hands, providing real-time account information so you can make smart buying decisions on the spot. Simple and fast, Mint offers both bird’s-eye and in-depth views of personal finance and optimises iPhone technology while incorporating the core functionality of the browser-based version.