Finance Technology apps

Everything you need to take your retail store online

FeedMyApp has reviewed some brilliant business apps over the years but very few offer everything that Gazelle Point-of-Sale does for the small to medium-sized online shop. It offers everything from a complete inventory, customer and staff management systems all the way through to an e-commerce capability to take the retail world easily into the realm of online shopping - so essential in these changing times. Gazelle can be used simply with a Software-as-a-Service option or it can be installed directly. This cost effective set of business tools works on all browsers including iPad and could ...  More

Gazelle Point-of-Sale Dec 13th 2012

Everything you need to know about iPad

With Apple's iPad being the 'flavor of the moment' there is always going to be a lot of speculation about new developments and the tips and tricks of the trade. There are a number of ways of keeping up with the latest gossip surrounding, what has turned out to be, one of Steve Jobs' best legacies. iPadNewsBlog has become the number #1 source of the best information on all things iPad and has been featured recently in publications all over the world including the Wall Street Journal, AppleInsider and MacRumors.   iPadNewsBlog is the premier iPad focused website for iPad news, apps and ...  More

iPadNewsBlog Dec 3rd 2012

Calculate your road tripping intelligently

There's plenty of talk lately about the price of petrol . Whether it is the fluctuation of price, your car's fuel efficiency or simply the Iranians forcing up the cost of a barrel with their disruptive techniques, the bottom line is how much it's going to cost you at the bowser. Fuel Monitor is a new productivity application for iOS that calculates the exact cost of your trip based on your specific vehicle type as well as the price of your gas. This is particularly useful when splitting the cost of your trip with friends or, even more importantly, if you have to let your boss know how much ...  More

Fuel Monitor Nov 27th 2012

How to get your financial disputes negotiated for free

I know this sounds like its too good to be true but ChargeBack is a new financial application that negotiates payments disputes without charging you a dime. Yes, well I know it's hard to believe that a financial transaction won't cost you money these days but it's true. ChargeBack uses new technology to  bring together merchants and consumers to settle financial disputes online quickly and simply and charges nothing for the service.   The traditional chargeback process is messy, complicated and time consuming but ChargeBack turns that on it's head with its use of exciting new ...  More

ChargeBack Nov 22nd 2012

Simplified inventory management for small business

Gone are the days when small businesses we're the poor cousins of the big guys when it comes to business solutions. These days there are so many apps designed specifically for small to medium sized companies that enable them the equivalent service to the big guys. CyberStockroom is one such business solutions application. This set of business tools for finance and accounting is an easy to use and cost effective way for the smaller business to compete with Mr Big.   Cyber Stockroom is a leading provider of web-based inventory management software that's so easy to use that you will be ...  More

CyberStockroom Nov 12th 2012

Create a parallel Facebook network so that your mom can't see what you are doing

The life for the modern day student can be rather lonely and rather daunting - especially in the early days and even more so if you are studying far from home. Student'U is a social application for Facebook that splits your social networking into two and introduces you to the social student world. It  let's you know where the best parties, events and places are and even creates a private place where you can flirt with like minded students and keeps your flirting out of the prying eyes of your friend or family.   University and college campuses can be big and lonely places not to ...  More

Student'U Oct 29th 2012

The bees-knees of negotiating skills

While I was doing a little background research about this finance tips application it was hard not to see the plethora of mentions of developer Ramit Sethi. It would appear that Mr Sethi, a New York Times best selling author and former Stanford inmate, is the bees knees when it comes to negotiating deals. He runs a blog called I Will Teach You To Be Rich and has now released this monetary guide based on his ability to negotiate his way out of everything from bank fees to car insurance whilst also teaching you how to best negotiate your next wage rise.   Negotiate It is for anyone who ...  More

Negotiate It Oct 16th 2012

A cheap, fast and professional website creator for small business and creative types

So have you ever built your own website or even thought about putting one together? Website builders often offer huge, complicated behemoths of design that are not only hard to create but also cost a fair amount of money. Quite often they are so complicated that you end up hiring a professional design team to do it for you. This is fine for big business but, if you are a small business or a creative professional, that's often  not an option. Plebu is a 'software as a service' web design and website creator that makes it easy and cheap to quickly put together a professional website ...  More

Plebu Oct 11th 2012

Recruitment for the best software engineers

It's said that if you are the employer of a great software engineer it's best to try to nail them into a new contract before they've been with you for five years or so. One tends to find that if they haven't found what they are looking for in your business by then they will think about moving on. It's the nature of the beast. So if you are an employer looking to coax one of the great ones out of their soft, cosy and comfortable conditions it's rather difficult for obvious reasons. But how could you encourage and court them to come and talk to you privately and anonymously? You might be ...  More

Five Year Itch Sep 26th 2012

Show your emotional side in your content hunt

The Internet is a weird evolving object that springs up more than a few surprises. People can be even weirder. If you have read any Malcolm Gladville you will be well aware of the organized chaos that we live in. Take social networks for example. I remember a friend telling me not long after Facebook's inception to "just sign up" and it wasn't that long before its reputation grew and the "Tipping Point" was reached. Now it is getting close to a billion users and everyone from cute Kentucky girls to Sherpas in Tibet seems to have an account. Add to that the phenomena of Twitter and, more ...  More

Mevoked Sep 12th 2012