More business mobile apps that your smartphone should not miss!

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To continue improving your smartphone and tablet’s performance and efficiency, we bring you the next set of business mobile apps that can help you go through your regular daily activities. If you are looking for a better way to organize your trips, contacts, and documents, these smartphone programs are for you!!

CardMunch

When you are running a company or have to deal with a lot of contacts, from your barber to your next client, it is easy to misplace business cards in your drawers, wallet, and pockets. That is when CardMunch comes in. This free mobile business technology, owned by LinkedIn, turns your business cards into LinkedIn connections just by taking a picture. Forget about losing phone numbers, emails, names… and make real business connections just by clicking pictures of your business cards with your smartphone camera. This business mobile app has scanned over 1.8 billion business cards so far, it is up to you to join the community!

TripIt – Travel Organizer

If you are a frequent traveler, this is a must-have smartphone program. TripIt main objective is to help you organize and share your travel itineraries, especially if you travel every week. The mobile business technology works as you forward the confirmation e-mails from the different services that you have booked to plans@tripit.com. The traveling app recognizes reservations from more than 3,000 booking sites, including concerts, restaurants, and cruises. It allows you to share your trip plans through e-mail, LinkedInd and Facebook. With this app you will never miss a flight, forget a rental car service, or be late for and gourmet dinner again. Just relax and travel!

Dropbox

Having so many electronic devices at your service, such as smartphones, tablets, and computers, it is a great advantage having a business mobile app which synchronizes all your files among them. Dropbox, the most popular cloud storage firm worldwide, is the best option you can choose for this task, especially when it offers 2 GB of storage for free. Furthermore, the smartphone program gives you up to 3 GB of additional free space if you let it synchronize your videos and pictures automatically. In addition, every referral you make through a free account will get you 500 MB up to 18 GB. The cloud storage firm also sells Pro accounts with plenty more space for $8.25 per month to $41.60 per month.

Laura Gomez

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