Top 5 Apps To Supercharge Your Business

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Top 5 Apps To Supercharge Your Business

Your smartphone can be used for much more than just calls, texts, emails and games. Install these apps to improve your business and save time.

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Evernote


very powerfulenhance it further with add-ons

Download Evernote: Android, iOS


Dropbox


improve it even more with downloads and extensionsrun both on the same device if you wish

Download Dropbox: Android, iOS


Wunderlist


Hive Five roundup for a more complete selection

Download Wunderlist: Android, iOS


Google Maps


Download Google Maps: Android, iOS


Pocket


using Pocket like a pro

Download Pocket: Android, iOS

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Comments

  • I disagree with Google Maps being the best. I find Nokia Drive better due to the offline maps feature so you don’t use your phones download data quota but as always, programmes for phones are based on personal experiences, likes and dislikes. Each to their own I say 🙂

        • Hidden feature now. Kinda.

          a) Long press on map and save for offline.
          b) or type OK Google into search box when over the area you want.

          Do B first.

          • So it’s not really an easily found or known feature of Google Maps? Does it allow you to download a country’s map like Nokia Drive does? I’ve always known Google to never offer that feature, if they did then they would have killed all GPS Nav units being sold and no doubt killed TomTom and other companies

          • Can only download a certain section of the map. I couldn’t download all of Japan, for example.. it’d have to be done manually in sections.

          • So for someone like myself who doesn’t want to continue using mobile download quota, the Nokia Drive programme is the better option. Still comes down to personal experience and all that. I’m still happy

      • Pretty much all executives I know in Govt Departments are now being issued Windows Phones. They come with office, and can be locked down for enterprise while staying open for personal use. Unlike blackberry where they were just locked down too far to the point of being a work tool only.

      • I’ve used iPhone, Android before and now WP 8 and WP8.1. I found the WP8 phone more in tuned with what I require out of a mobile phone with a refreshing and fast interface too. 🙂

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