In this ever evolving and ever changing world of technology, as a start up or small business, it can sometimes be hard to know which apps are the most useful and will help you with your productivity. Below are a few that we recommend.
Google Calendar is a great app that can be accessed via the desktop or your phone, we love it in our household as it enables us to share calendars when we all use differnt phones ( don't get me started on the Apple V Android debate).
You can set reminders, invite other members to join and it enables you to see at a glance what is going on.
Compatible with several of the big accounting softwares such as Sage, Quickbooks, Xero and Kasflow, Receipt bank enables your suppliers to email in their invoices and to save you time inputting them. You can also upload them directly from your desktop.
Once the invoice is received, you log into receipt bank, review the information and approve it. It then send the invoice to your accounting package for you thus saving you time as you don't have to manually input it.
Trello is an interactive lists app. You can creat different boards, make lists of things to do and assign them to different users. If you have a big project that your business is working on with lots of people involved, this is a great way of managing the tasks you want done and users can mark the item as completed once they have done it so you can see where it's at.
Dropbox is the most popular cloud based file storage. It's espically useful for companies that need a GDPR compliant reliable way to share information with staff and freelancers.
Skype is a fantastic way of communicating with your team and/or clients. It offers you the ability to call, video call, group call upto 250 people and share files as well as being intergratable with office 365.
google translate is a fantastic app for businesses. It can translate text or documents in up to 100 differnt languages.
Or you can go to the following link to translate whole web pages on google. http://itools.com/language/translate
If you have any recommendations of apps/ programmes that you think should be listed here, then comment below!