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7 best apps for your small business

by on March 11, 2019 in Latest News, Lead Article, News you can use, Nuggets, Small Business, Startups

7 best apps for your small business

Whether you’re on the verge of founding a startup in your one-bedroom apartment, or you’ve already established a profitable business, staying up to date with technology can keep you ahead of your competition.

There are apps to help with finances, accounting, organization, communication, publicity, and more. Which apps provide the most benefit for small business owners? Read on to find out.

  1. Evernote

Even before I went into business for myself, I used Evernote to stay organized. The app allows you to store and share voice recordings, written notes, pictures, and more at the touch of a button.

The ability to organize multiple notebooks makes Evernote an indispensable tool for both personal and business use.

  1. Square

If you have a business that relies on point-of-sale purchases, Square is the perfect app for you. You receive a small, portable card reader which you can plug directly into your phone or tablet. Your customers can even leave a tip through the system.

Square doesn’t have a reoccurring fee, but you will pay 2.75% per transaction.

  1. Zoho Books

Zoho Books is an accounting app that allows you to upload receipts from any smart device. The app can generate quotes or invoices as well as track payments.

If you’re a small business operating from your home or apartment, Zoho is a manageable $9.00 a month for up to 2 users.

  1. Wave

Wave is free accounting software for a business with less than 10 employees. The app allows you to scan receipts, track payments, and integrates with your bank and PayPal. Unfortunately, the free version is supported by ads, but it’s a small price to pay for a great product.

  1. RescueTime

Having trouble staying productive? RescueTime tracks your website and application usage to break down how you spend your time. If you’re spending twice as much time on social media as you are working, this app will help you recognize it.

  1. TripIt

This app is incredibly useful for those who travel frequently for work. It’s an all-in-one itinerary that organizes your travel. All you have to do on your end is forward your confirmation e-mails and it will generate a master itinerary.

  1. Toggl

Toggl is a time tracker that works by simply pushing a button to start your timer, but it has some powerful features. It can break down data into charts, graphs, and more so you can see exactly what projects working hours are going toward to increase productivity.

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