1. cbntmaker's Avatar
    I have an iPhone 5s and iPad 4, and have a part-time business. I know that "they" have been saying for years that the iPhone and iPad aren't business friendly like Blackberry or Android. I know that I'm no big CEO, with trade secrets on my mobile devices, but I find them very useful.

    These are the business related apps I have and find useful:

    1. Scanner Pro - This is my most use app, for business and personal use
    2. PDF Expert(Readdle)- I can open, sign, annotate, and etc with this app.
    3. Dropbox- My default document storage.
    4. Evernote- Haven't really use this but a couple of times, but I'm going to learn more about it. Seems to have more features than Dropbox.
    5. Camcard- This is a neat app, even in this digital age, people still use paper business cards.
    6. Linkedin- Haven't really gain any new contacts, but haven't used it that much.
    7. FileCentral/was called Print-N-Share Pro- This is a neat app, that allows me to print to wireless printers from my iPhone/iPad.
    8. DataVault- Use this for storing all my passwords/usernames.
    9. Default Mail- I use the standard Apple mail app.
    10. Default Calendar- I use the standard Apple calendar app for keeping up with appointments/etc.

    Now, here are a list of apps I have, but haven't really used them yet. However, I'm sure I will use them in time, because I bought them after having someone telling me they use them regularly for work/business.

    1. Documents to Go Premium
    2. Quickoffice
    3. iWorks (Pages/Numbers/Keynote)
    4. Google Drive

    So, what kind of apps do you use for business purposes, whether you work for someone/corporate, or you have your own business or you're a 1099 employee like sales.
    12-11-2013 02:55 PM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    DropBox
    Evernote
    DataVault
    Asana
    Skype
    Drafts
    Google Voice
    12-11-2013 03:27 PM
  3. Jaguarr40's Avatar
    I have to go with my top one of Dropbox, Evernote, Datavault, even the native apps like reminders, Mapquest, My Own Banking app, Twitterffic, Fantastical 2, to name a few.
    12-11-2013 08:35 PM
  4. cbntmaker's Avatar
    Just bumping up.
    12-21-2013 10:30 AM
  5. TurboTiger's Avatar
    Native Calender
    Notes
    StockTwits
    Twitter
    CNBC
    Feedly
    SplashID
    Fidelity Investments
    WSJ
    FT
    Google Drive
    Numbers
    Good Luck
    12-21-2013 12:00 PM
  6. rayz336's Avatar
    Dropbox
    Pages
    Write
    12-21-2013 12:05 PM
  7. iOS Gravity's Avatar
    I have an iPhone 5s and iPad 4, and have a part-time business. I know that "they" have been saying for years that the iPhone and iPad aren't business friendly like Blackberry or Android. I know that I'm no big CEO, with trade secrets on my mobile devices, but I find them very useful.

    These are the business related apps I have and find useful:

    1. Scanner Pro - This is my most use app, for business and personal use
    2. PDF Expert(Readdle)- I can open, sign, annotate, and etc with this app.
    3. Dropbox- My default document storage.
    4. Evernote- Haven't really use this but a couple of times, but I'm going to learn more about it. Seems to have more features than Dropbox.
    5. Camcard- This is a neat app, even in this digital age, people still use paper business cards.
    6. Linkedin- Haven't really gain any new contacts, but haven't used it that much.
    7. FileCentral/was called Print-N-Share Pro- This is a neat app, that allows me to print to wireless printers from my iPhone/iPad.
    8. DataVault- Use this for storing all my passwords/usernames.
    9. Default Mail- I use the standard Apple mail app.
    10. Default Calendar- I use the standard Apple calendar app for keeping up with appointments/etc.

    Now, here are a list of apps I have, but haven't really used them yet. However, I'm sure I will use them in time, because I bought them after having someone telling me they use them regularly for work/business.

    1. Documents to Go Premium
    2. Quickoffice
    3. iWorks (Pages/Numbers/Keynote)
    4. Google Drive

    So, what kind of apps do you use for business purposes, whether you work for someone/corporate, or you have your own business or you're a 1099 employee like sales.
    Speaking of scanner, the native Passbook app has a built in QR Scanner. Just to let you know.
    TurboTiger likes this.
    12-23-2013 09:27 PM
  8. TurboTiger's Avatar
    Speaking of scanner, the native Passbook app has a built in QR Scanner. Just to let you know.
    Tks gb,
    I forgot about that.
    Good Luck
    12-24-2013 08:47 PM
  9. iOS Gravity's Avatar
    Speaking of scanner, the native Passbook app has a built in QR Scanner. Just to let you know.
    False alarm. It's only useful for storing boarding passes and receipts and things like that. Sorry about that.
    12-24-2013 11:01 PM
  10. Alice Laquisha's Avatar
    Hi All,

    Recently I downloaded VIPaList app which helps me a lot during business hours.

    With an easily-managed call management function, it lets to determine who I want to talk too, when I want to talk to them and also where.

    It allow to create groups with family, co-workers, friends,Business Team etc.., so I can either allow, or silence them with a single screen tap.

    During business meeting it helps to receive calls only from A list (Allowed List).

    Some best features of the app are,

    * Group calls by category or caller to allow them to ring through, or go to voice mail
    * Allow callers in a specific group to ring through only while you are in a specific geographic location
    * Silence unknown, private, and hidden numbers

    Thank you.
    Last edited by Ajaykumar; 12-27-2013 at 08:07 AM.
    12-27-2013 05:53 AM

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