7 apps you just have to download

We’ll take you through 7 up-and-coming business apps that will lighten your workload. What can these business apps do for you and your productivity? Here’s a quick tour of these top apps.

Thanks to our Data Bonus benefit you can continue your work on the go. These seven apps will definitely prove useful, and you’ll be surprised how easy it is to keep working while you’re on the move.

 

1. Slack

Slack is a versatile communication application for companies and teams. It is actually a kind of group chat but one that easily integrates with a slew of other applications such as Dropbox and Google Drive. In just a few years, this accessible software has developed into a very popular work tool for IT companies and IT profiles. Meanwhile more and more business users are also discovering the app.

Available for: iOS, Android, Windows

 

2. Asana

The Asana app also facilitates collaboration with other people. Asana offers a kind of project dashboard to help you manage projects and assign tasks. The app doesn’t have any complicated functions. Instead, it clearly indicates the status of the project, which deadlines have to be met and by whom, greatly reducing the number of emails. Well-known organisations such as Deloitte and NASA are already making full use of it.

Available for: iOS, Android

 

3. Whatsapp business

With over one billion users the chat app, WhatsApp, can hardly be called a newcomer. Still, the business versions of this extremely popular app are new. Just recently, WhatsApp announced a separate business version. Amongst others, the app will include features allowing companies to send out notifications on their products or services. Confirmations of orders and departure times are just one example.

Available for: iOS, Android, Windows

 

4. Expensify

The free Expensify app helps you with an inescapable task: declaring your expenses. You can use the smartscan function on your smartphone to scan the ticket or receipt and digitalise the data instantly. But the app does more than that. For one thing, you can report your travel expenses by entering your itinerary in Google Maps. Or you can draw up an invoice for your expenses, which you can then email or store in PDF format. An alternative app with similar functionalities is Xpenditure, which happens to have beeen created in Belgium.

Available for: iOS, Android, Windows

 

5. Concur

Concur is another popular business app for digitalising your expense reports. As a manager you can enter and approve expense claims. Still, the app goes way beyond the simple scanning of receipts. You can also use it to plan your itinerary and enter individual expenses separately.  For instance, Concur integrates seamlessly with the well-known travel app TripIt Pro. The app comes with a free trial but full access is charged.

Available for: iOS, Android, Windows

 

6. TripIt

TripIt comes highly recommended for your business trips. This app stores all your reservations, boarding passes and other formal travel documents. All you have to do is link your email address to the app. The application retrieves confirmations from your emails and automatically establishes your itinerary, giving you a complete overview of your travel schedule.

Available for: iOS, Android, Windows

 

7. PicMonkey

Even in a business context it is sometimes necessary to edit a picture. Nowadays you can do this without complicated software. PicMonkey is very practical and, in addition to the web application, an app has also been created. Use of the basic functions is free but more advanced interventions are charged. An alternative is Snapseed. With this app you can also edit pictures in various ways.

Available for: iOS, Android

 

You´ll work much more efficiently with the right mobile apps. Discover all the things you and your people can do with twice as much mobile data. And check out these seven indispensable apps to use on a business trip.

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