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Dead easy, all-platform apps for small business

It has become apparent that, in these Internet-friendly times,  it is almost essential for any business to have an online presence of some sort. With the massive amounts of smartphones and tablets owned by potential customers these days, if you don't have an app associated with your business then you might well find that custom that could be coming your way could well be going to a business that does. That's all very well for big businesses with plenty of time and cash but what about the small business? How can they compete? Well, now there is a new design and development app ...  More

BiznessApps Jan 26th 2013

Try out paid eco-friendly apps for free

It would be nice to think that, in these times of undoubted climate change, the general public would be ready to try and find their inner greenness. Unfortunately, most of us are pretty lazy when it comes to environmental issues and, unless it is laid out in front of us, we put it in the 'too-hard' basket. A good way to get the message across is, of course, the app and there are a lot of great eco-friendly apps out there that will certainly educate. Sadly, they can get overlooked in the thousands of apps that get released each year. EcoAppsFree is a new iOS application that offers all ...  More

EcoAppsFree Jan 13th 2013

Next generation money management for the financially challenged

As much as anything else, RedMica is kind of like intervention for the financially damaged. This cloud-based financial application is aimed at giving the more 'money challenged' of us the same opportunities for sound financial advice as the big guys and is a great way to manage your personal finances -all from your mobile phone. This next generation intuitive money management device uses powerful analytics to work out what you've spent, what you can spend and what can happen to you if you spend it and gives you a great overview of your financial affairs.   RedMica is the next ...  More

RedMica Dec 16th 2012

Boost your sales by fine tuning your sales force

So, how are things going with your business? Times are a little bit tough, aren't they. You probably think that your team is pretty well organized and on the ball but there is always room for improvement and maybe now is the time to do it. If you think your business could do with a bit of fine tuning and a sales boost then SalesBoost is a 'software-as-a-service' application for mobile that aligns your sales force and arms them with the right information to increase sales and close deals faster.   Yapmo SalesBoost is a great application that synchronizes your sales and marketing ...  More

Yapmo SalesBoost Oct 28th 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

A 'Made for Mobile' survey and quiz app for great CRM

I guess the biggest difference between this new online survey application and other recently reviewed apps like TabletView and Pinnion is that Survey Anyplace has been developed specifically for mobiles. This iOS and Android app is a simple way for anyone to create eye-catching surveys and quizzes, wrap them in their own brand colors, add a logo and multimedia elements and get customer feedback to provide a better service and better profits. At under thirty dollars a month for the most popular plan Survey Anytime may be a cost effective way of providing better customer service management ...  More

Survey Anyplace Oct 3rd 2012

Bye, bye email...Hello TagMyDoc

"Bye, bye email...hello TagMyDoc" goes the byline to this innovative and very useful file sharing app. TagMyDoc could well be the future of document sharing and takes online communication one step further into the 21st Century. While it's taking people a while to come to terms with QR Code technology - and many people I talk to still have no idea what those funny little square boxes are all about - when one wakes up to the idea that they are basically a bar code it's easy to see the possibilities. TapMyDoc is a free app that let's you place a QR Code on your correspondence so that everyone ...  More

TagMyDoc Sep 23rd 2012

How far away is that storm, Tiger?

There are apparently some 25 million lightning strikes in the US every year with around 400 people struck by lightning strikes and many of them on the wide open fields of sporting events. The most dangerous place to be, of course, is on the golf course where golf addicts always seem to want to play one more hole before the weather really kicks in. Now, I was always told you count five seconds for every mile that the storm is away, after the  lightning strike and when the thunder sounds. Storm Distance Calculator works on this theory and, with a couple of clicks on your mobile, you'll ...  More

Storm Distance Calculator Sep 18th 2012

Fix your car with your iphone

If you were a car owner in Cuba you probably won't need this car education application for iOS. So few new cars make their way onto the market in this part of the world that Cubans learn from a very young age how to maintain their cars and keep them on the road. But for the young (and not so young) driver here there isn't that luxury. If something goes wrong with your car the first thing we do is to call our mechanic. But there are a whole bunch of simple things that you could fix yourself if your a little bit of knowledge. How Cars Work is a new car maintenance and education app gives you ...  More

How Cars Work Sep 10th 2012

Read over 2,000 global newspapers from cover to cover

The way we get our news has changed dramatically over the last few years and it's likely to be only the beginning. Ten years ago most of us would have had the daily paper delivered to the door or would pick a copy up on the way to work but these days many have abandoned the paper chase to get their news experience directly from the Internet. But it's not the same is it? From reading snippets of articles on the net one doesn't get the full spectrum of news from around the globe. Yet it's getting harder to find good quality journalism unless you scour online newspapers from around the world. ...  More

PressReader Aug 21st 2012

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