7 Android Apps Every Entrepreneur Should Be Using
Entrepreneurship calls for a high level of efficiency apart from many other critical traits. This efficiency is often a result of daily habits and productivity hacks that keeps founders ahead of the competition. It is crucial for them to remain updated about market conditions while tracking all necessary information about their organization. Without a proper mechanism of gaining all this information, majority of their time would end up chasing reports and updates. Apart from the usual tools from Google, Evernote and Microsoft there are hundreds of applications that focus on increasing the entrepreneur’s productivity. Here are 7 top apps every entrepreneur should use to get things done without compromising their valuable time and energy.
Conferences are an unavoidable but essential part of every business. Thanks to UberConference, now you can start a conference from anywhere. Even when travelling. All you have to do is choose the contacts and start instantaneously. You can also share screens and send files to share important documents. The app now supports Android and iOS. Integration with external services along with its inbuilt features makes it one of the top conferencing apps.
Competition analysis is as important as tracking one’s own growth. Therefore, Trackmaven brings together all necessary features to track, monitor data about your competitors while providing interactive dashboards for tracking your organizations growth. It is a set of essential tools for digital marketers with feeds and benchmarks suited to your requirements. Interactive visualization of analytical data further simplifies the entrepreneur’s life.
Adobe has always created apps that have revolutionized industries. This app eases user experience by allowing them to digitally sign and send documents. Now you don’t have to search for a printer or fax machine every time you have to sign a document. It also maintains a history of changes done to each file, therefore allowing you to effectively track and monitor your documents.
Another revolutionary app from the Evernote team allows users to take screenshots, sketch ideas and express visually without ever having to leave the app. It is ideal for tech entrepreneurs who often collaborate with their teams on design decisions. Now you can easily take a screenshot and annotate it with shapes and arrows. These can be sent to your teams who can better understand your ideas.
Financial management can be extremely challenging if you don’t have the right tools at your disposal. Mint allows you to manage your budgets while controlling your income and spending streams. Its unique dashboard allows users to monitor their entire financial life in a single dashboard. It also provides your credit score along with tips to manage and improve your finances.
Being a Tech entrepreneur means using every possible technology and application available to not only increase productivity but also to explore opportunities to improve or existing resources. This means signing up with every interesting app and website. But how do you remember the usernames and passwords for all those hundreds of services. No worry Lastpass does that for you. Last pass is an extremely useful login manager that automatically stores and fills forms for logging in and signing up for services.
This is the ideal app for any travelling entrepreneur. Its fleet of cars is always at your disposal whenever you need them. Moreover, it is one of the top cab services in the world with presence in nearly every major country. All you have to do is fire up the app and book a cab for your ride. No time or location constraints can ever stop you from getting to that crucial meeting.
All the above apps solve one of more of many of problems faced by entrepreneurs on a daily basis. Now you can easily collaborate on multiple platforms with multiple teams while effectively keeping track of important documents, competitors, finances, and personal information with apps that are created to suit your requirements. We suggest you try their free versions and once you get accustomed to their workflow, buy yearly subscriptions.
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