If you think about the fact that the population penetration of mobile phones grew from 1% globally in 1995 to 73% in 2014, you come to understand that mobile has […]
February seems to have been a tricky month for newly-released iOS apps. Discovering fresh apps was a little difficult, mostly because we usually focus our efforts on showcasing serious apps. Nevertheless, we managed to put together a list that we hope you find useful.
Now is the time for our monthly column. Here’s a brief list of the 10 apps that most impressed us in January 2015. As is the case of other applications we’ve reviewed in the past, we’ve focused our efforts on finding some serious mobile products, that we’re actually tempted to use.
This year, we decided to ask our team about the apps that most impressed them in 2014. Here's our colleagues' favorite apps of 2014. 1. Todoist TodoistAlso a top-notch productivity application, this app has been used for some time by one of our project managers, Ioana, who claims that it’s among the best free apps to keep up with anything that needs to be done. The app helps users create and share projects, as well as assign tasks and work together in completing them.
The story of 20lines began with a web app. The 20lines website is still up and running, and it serves as an online platform for amateur writers. According to iTunes, 20lines is a part of the Social Networking category. Sharing is indeed possible from within the app, but its basic purpose is not related to any social media channels.
When it comes to business, emailing is indispensable. It comes in handy with people working in offices and companies sending messages to a certain audience. Besides the fact that it facilitates communication between people across continents, it’s a good way to build and maintain both personal and professional relationships. Not to mention the extent to which emailing helps companies carry entire sales processes.
Interactions are important for every company, both when occurring between team members and when they take place with the client. Discussing issues in real time can be life-saving. Therefore, many companies are looking for tools that allow them to create private chat rooms, share files and attach images in order to get a better understanding of their work.
Business has gone mobile No surprise in that. Strong collaboration is welcomed in every project development process, as long as it helps the team members share their ideas, create clear structures, follow them and avoid misunderstandings.