7 Useful Apps for Mobile Office Work 2021 (Use Everyday)
7 Useful Apps for your everyday mobile office work
Want some Useful Apps for Mobile Office Work? Well; this post is for you.
As is well known, apps are a dime a dozen, but what gems do the App Store and Play Store have to offer that make work really easier and can also be used on-the-go? We have summarized our 7 top apps for everyday office life here.
1. Asana Task Management
Asana puts an end to confusion and never-ending to-do lists. With this app, tasks (i.e. to-dos) can be easily created and provided with subtasks, comments, images, smaller documents and due dates.
The best thing about it: You can assign the individual tasks to people. So you can see at a glance which tasks are due when and who should do them. Very helpful, especially for larger projects!
2. Photoshop Express
If the basic functions of Photoshop are enough, but if you need a little more tools than are available in Paint, Gimp and Co, the Express version of the most famous photo editing software is just the thing. From classic cropping, adapting and lightening to finer edits, perspective correction and various effects – you will definitely not regret this download.
After all, the app searches all available flights in the specified period and presents you with the best results, as Skyscanner not only checks the airlines, but also Internet travel providers. Booking flights has rarely been cheaper!
4. Tiny Scanner
Another scanner, yes, but of a completely different kind.
Don’t you also find scanning documents tedious? Especially if there is no scanner in the home office? After that, in the worst case scenario , you have to send the documents to yourself by e-mail in order to have them with you on the go. With Tiny Scanner you can use your smartphone like a mobile scanner that you always have with you wherever you go and that also has your documents in there transformed a PDF.
5. atWork time tracking
Time recording is not only an important topic for employees, but above all for freelancers and the self-employed. This is the only way to keep an overview and know exactly how many hours have gone into the individual projects. atWork automatically calculates earnings and overtime, assigns entries to customers and projects and, if requested , sends a list of hours by email.
6. Alarm clock app
You might be wondering what this app is doing here?
After all, you’ve been using it for years without really thinking about it.
But we think: alarm clock apps are really great!
You can now see sleep cycles and duration in your own records, be reminded to go to bed early and be woken up by gentle sounds in the morning.
No comparison to shrill alarm clocks from the old days, the loud ticking of which disturbed us when we fell asleep, right?
Only one thing is missing, namely that the alarm clock app can also make coffee in the future .
7. Best Budge & Finance Apps
Best Budget tools come handy for the self-employed, SMEs and entrepreneurs: They offer an online income-expenditure accounting that is independent of the industry – and that without much effort. That means: most of them independently of the operating system, without updates or installation, is 100% in compliance with the law, offers your tax advisor access on request, imports and exports data as CSV, PDF or Excel and is also available in several languages.
- PocketGuard, for a simplified budgeting snapshot.
- Mint, for budgeting and credit monitoring.
- YNAB and EveryDollar, for zero-based budgeting.
- Goodbudget, for shared envelope-budgeting.
- Honeydue, for budgeting with your partner.
- Personal Capital, for tracking wealth and spending.
Our tip: Forest
Never heard of the Forest App? It really is one of the most useful inventions since smartphones made their way into our everyday lives. Essentially, this app should help not to be distracted by the temptations of the smartphone: With the help of Forest , you first plant a virtual tree. Then you put your smartphone aside and focus on your projects. In the meantime, this virtual tree grows on the smartphone and shows the time in which one was concentrated. If you leave the app, the tree dies and you have to start over the next time. Quite radical, but quite effective.
There are plenty of apps, but only a few are really useful for your own work. We have compiled the apps that have served us well so far and we would be delighted if there is one or the other suitable app for you!
Do you have other Useful Apps for Mobile Office Work that you use everyday? Share with us below.