Mobile apps can be hugely beneficial when used for work purposes, as they can help you stay organised and can save you huge amounts of money, time and stress. What’s more, there are many useful apps that can be downloaded for free, meaning that businesses of any size are able to use them. Here are some of the best apps for self-employed tradesmen and freelancers.
Todoist is a task-management app that can be used across a range of mobile devices and browsers. You can use Todoist to access, collaborate and share tasks from any location, and you can create sub tasks and sub projects within the app. You can also set notification reminders for any important dates in your diary. The simple design makes the site easy to navigate. There is also a free version of the app available to download.
Dropbox allows users to easily store and share videos, photos and documents, making it the perfect app for those working on group projects.
Billings touch is a multifunctional app that can be used for both invoicing and time-tracking. With the app, you are able to send invoices from any location, whilst also using it to track mileage and manage client details. This app works on its own but can also be synced with Billings for Apple Mac.
If your job involves a lot of meetings, then Timebridge is the perfect app. Timebridge is an easy way to schedule meetings; you suggest five possible times and dates to your clients and then they can select what option is most suitable for them.
Mint is a free app for managing finances and is perfect for those looking to budget more effectively. You can track all of your costs and the app will organise and categorise each transaction, making it easier to see where there is saving potential.
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