What Apps Will Change The Way You Work?

A native Google calendar app, this tool makes schedules more accessible and reliable on mobile platforms. With it, you can set meeting reminders via push notifications, SMS or email; instantly switch between eight standard views; and invite people to events.
Pricing: Download CalenMob for a one-time cost of $6.99.

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Have you ever gotten back from a business meeting or event with a pile of disorganized business cards? CamCard lets you scan and store paper business cards, but it also allows you to exchange business e-cards, too. The app serves as an ongoing networking tool as well.
Pricing: The free version of CamCard lets users scan up to 200 cards. A full version is available for a one-time charge as low as $0.99.

ESP Mobile
The ad specialty industry’s largest product database can be accessed anywhere with ESP Mobile.  The app provides detailed searches and the latest pricing, as well as quality images, letting you email product information to clients while you’re on the go. Plus, users can view imprint details, production times, rush services, locations and product safety warnings all on the same screen.
Pricing: This app is free for authorized distributors who are ESP subscribers.

Need to capture product information in a hurry and take pictures in a flash? Then PhotoNote is an app you should download today, especially for trade shows.
Pricing: PhotoNote costs $1.99. A free version called PhotoNote Lite is also available, but it only allows you to take and store four pictures.

Wondering how your day got away from you? RescueTime gives you a detailed picture of how you’re managing your schedule by effectively running in the background of computers and mobile devices and tracks the time people spend on apps, websites and email.
Pricing: The basic RescueTime app is free, while the upgraded Pro Solo RescueTime – which offers opt-in distraction blocking and alerting features – costs $9 a month. 

The ultimate expense management app, Xpenser serves a host of devices and interfaces – from voice to email to instant messaging. Its clever format allows individual users to quickly record costs, receipts and mileage. The app can also import bank and credit card statements and then export them to accounting software like QuickBooks or Outright.
Pricing: Xpenser offers a generous free trial that includes management of up to 300 expenses. Premium versions cost $9 per month.