The Best Apps to Help You do Your Job

February 3, 2017

 

Chances are, by now you have a smartphone and maybe a tablet, and you never leave home without one or both of them.

 

These devices have transformed our daily lives. While much attention is  given to the coolest consumer apps, mobile apps that help you do your job better are arguably even more important.

 

With that in mind, we've assembled a collection of apps that can help you be a rock star at work.

We curated this list by polling coworkers, researching the recommendations of other tech publications, and sifting through ratings on the major app stores.

 

Evernote

Price: Free

Available on: Android, BlackBerry, iOS, Mac OS, Windows

 

Evernote is a must-have note-taking app chock full of features and third-party add-on apps. You can take notes, clip web pages, store images, take audio notes, and then share them across devices and among coworkers.  Once you start using it, you can't live without it.

 

Remember the Milk

Price: Free

Available on: Android, iOS

 

Yes, Remember the Mile is another feature-rich to-do list. Users love the tags and "smart lists." Tag itens with dates, and it automatically organizes your life based on project deadlines. It syncs with Evernote too.

 

HootSuite

Price: Free

Available on: Android, iOS

 

If you use social media for your job, and these days, most of us do, HootSuite is your one-stop shop to manage all of your accounts. It can handle multiple Twitter and Facebook accounts, LinkedIn, Foursquare, and others.

 

Teams can use it to manage corporate social media accounts too.

 

Expensify

Price: Free

Available on: Android, iOS, BlackBerry

 

Expensify helps you easily log expenses, capture receipt images, and mange reports. It has tons of features, particularly when your company signs on for a corporate account.

 

CamScanner

Price: Free

Available on: Android, iOS

 

CamScanner turns your phone into a scanner so you can ditch the paper and still track all kinds of documents like receipts, notes, price tags, invoices, business cards and so on.

 

To read the full article by Jolie Bort and Kyle Russell please visit http://www.businessinsider.com/50-best-business-apps-2013-8

Original post done on August 12, 2013

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