10 Mobile Apps To Help You Organize Your Business

I find myself dependent on technology to keep me organized, focused and prioritized. Throughout the day I regularly capture and tweak info in a variety of ways. What’s awesome is the ability to get to my data from different devices or desktops – from virtually anywhere, at any time.

Staying Organized While Out And About

Here are a few of my favorite mobile apps. Perhaps you’ll benefit from them too!

  1. Evernote – Upload and keep track of everything, syncronized between your device(s) and computer(s).
  2. Things – Keep track and manage your tasks.
  3. Remember The Milk – Keep track and manage your tasks.
  4. reQall or Jott – capture your thoughts quickly by voice.
  5. Dropbox – Share your files between device and computers.
  6. 1Password – Safely store and syncronize your passwords between your mobile device and computers.
  7. Xmarks – Syncronize your bookmarks across between your mobile device and your desktop browsers.
  8. VehiCal – Track your mileage and expenses.
  9. LogMeIn – Login to your desktop computer. iPad App cost $29.99 and also lets you move files back and forth between remote computers and your iPad.
  10. SimpleMindMap – Organize your thoughts.

Hope you find this useful. If you have some alternative suggestions, please add to the comments below.
Thank you.
-Roland

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Roland Reinhart is a Digital Marketing Consultant in NJ specializing in digital marketing for your business/organization. Contact Roland about Website Design, Search Engine Optimization, PPC Advertising, Email Marketing, Video and more. Call (908) 344-5688.

2 Comments

  1. Roland Reinhart February 24, 2011 at 12:11 pm

    Thanks Levi for the suggestion… I'll check out Simplenote.

    Several other people have said to me that Evernote is complex and I'm not sure why. I love it because I can sync the same data conveniently across 4 computers/devices. If I don't want to install the software, I can still access via a web browser. Here's some details about how I use Evernote: https://www.reinhartmarketing.com/news/evernote/

  2. Levi Spires February 24, 2011 at 9:54 am

    Dropbox and Things are fantastic! However, I'm more of a Simplenote man, Evernote is fine but it can be too complex. From an iPad user experience I like Tumblr and WordPress too.

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