Have you considered business apps on your mobile phone lately? Business apps are essential in the day-to-day activities of every human. There are quite a large number of business apps available for different purposes with variety of variables to consider before downloading. Such may include team size, business size and more. Some apps are great for huge teams while others do better for business people individually.
However, there are some great all-round options to suit your smaller or medium sized businesses needs on the Partner Mobile device and other Android devices.
Zoom Cloud Meetings
Zoom is a video conferencing app and one of the better, more modern options. It supports up to 200 concurrent participants. The service also boasts screen sharing services, presentation features, and above average connection stability.
Slack is appears to be the best app of its kind. It’s a chat app specifically for business use. It features a clean, simple interface, multiple channels, conference calls, document sharing, and even a chat bot. It also includes a lot of integration tools to other apps like Google Drive, Asana, et al.
Slack fits perfectly fine with small, medium, or even large businesses.
Paga is one of the better business apps, especially for small and medium sized businesses. A ton of businesses use Paga to manage transactions and invoices. You can set up a business account that simplifies both sending and receiving money.
Google My Business
Google My Business helps make businesses visible on Google Search and Google Maps. Those are huge potential sources for business.
The app lets you update facts about your business like your hours of operation, name, and address. You can even manage multiple locations if needed. That makes it one of the important business apps for small businesses, new businesses, and basically any business without a web presence yet.
Google Drive Suite
Price: Free / Varies
Google has a delightful suite of office apps under the Google Drive banner. You get support for documents, spreadsheets, presentations, PDFs, images, notes, and a whole lot more. They are all also cross-platform. That means they work on both mobile and your computer. Because of this, it’s a great one-stop shop for all of that basic office stuff. Google Drive itself is a cloud storage app that gives you 15GB for free or you can pay for more. It also all integrates into Gmail and Google Calendar.
Kindly share your experience with any of these business apps or suggest any below.