Three business mobile apps that your smartphone should have

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Nowadays, most people have a smartphone or tablet, even both, which accompanies them in their regular activities day by day. Therefore, users are continuously searching for new ways to improve their personal and professional lives through new smartphone programs or apps for their devices. If you want to get things done in the most efficient way every day, do not hesitate on reading this article, for it features 3 of the most popular mobile apps within the business world.

Office Mobile for Office 365: Your mobile office

This is a flagship version of Microsoft Office. If you invest a lot of time using Microsoft Office on your desktop, the price paid for this mobile business technology is worthy. Office Mobile for Office 365 main endeavor is to make the process of creating and editing files more efficient, by syncing in the cloud through diverse devices. You will be able to view and edit your Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents from your mobile device and they will look just as the originals, since it supports animations, charts, shapes, and graphics. The cloud sharing feature works through SkyDrive and SharePoint.

Square Register: Your mobile business

Forget about credit card terminals! Believe or not, this smartphone program enables you to manage your business from anywhere by accepting credit cards though its free card reader and free point of sale tools. Square takes a 2.75% cut for all major credit cards without any hidden fees or merchant accounts. The funds from the collected payments are deposited into your own bank account within just 1 to 2 business days. Furthermore, on the iPad version of this groundbreaking business mobile tool, the app interface looks just as traditional cash register! This mobile business technology was launched in 2010 by James McKelvey and Jack Dorsey. The latter is a renowned and respected entrepreneur, also acknowledge for creating Twitter. Nowadays, Square Register has 400 employees and is processing about $15 billion in payments per year.

Cisco WebEx Meetings: Your mobile conference room

This mobile program allows you to have meetings anywhere you are through 2-way video and a camera switcher. So… what is the new thing about this video conference app? Well, what distinguishes this mobile business technology from other video call apps is that files can be attached to a meeting space. In other words, you can discuss figures straight from an Excel spreadsheet or pitch a presentation in real-time, while video-chatting with your clients or partners. Pretty useful smartphone program, right? Cisco sells different plans depending on the features needed by its users. The free version supports 3 persons per meeting with 250 MB of storage and standard-quality video.

Laura Gomez

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