There are millions of apps available to us promising a revolutionised way of working and living in fast-paced society.
Yet with lots of choice comes lots of uncertainty, and there are many of us who will download an app only for it to be forgotten about the next day.
In order to make the most of this short-cut technology to organisation, efficiency and useful bouts of inspiration, we have listed some of the best apps used by some of the most successful people.
For budgeting – Expensify (iTunes, Google Play)
Save time and hassle compiling your receipts and logging your expenses with Expensify. In two simple steps you can use this app to put together reports that capture receipts, track mileage and business travel. All you need to do is take a picture of your receipt and then select what the expense is.
For taking notes – Evernote (iTunes, Google Play, Windows Phone)
This all-in-one app is an efficient space for all your written work – including jotted down lists, web links and extensive research – as well as your favourite images. This app is one of the New York Times’ ‘Top 10 Must-Have Apps’.
Keeping minutes – Super Notes (iTunes)
Super notes allows you to record, make notes and add photos all at once during a meeting or conference. This data can then be transferred to work colleagues via email, WiFi or Dropbox and is particularly handy for capturing light bulb moments.
Save work – Mozy (iTunes, Google Play)
You can automatically back up any information from your phone with Mozy, including photos, files and music. These are all stored in Mozy’s cloud which means you won’t lose a thing if your phone gets mislaid or suddenly breaks.
Locating the Internet – Wi-Fi Finder (iTunes, Google Play)
When you’re on the road it can be tricky locating the nearest WiFi hub. WiFi Finder however can automatically pinpoint the nearest free and pay-to-use WiFi spots.