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Best Apps for Entrepreneurs Startup

Although there are hundreds of thousands of apps in the Google Play Store, these are the best apps for entrepreneurs. These are the most influential apps for startups, freelancers, business owners, and non-profits. Using these apps will help you perform better in your role as an entrepreneur.

The following is a pretty comprehensive list of the best apps for entrepreneurs from the productivity category on Google Play.

Self-improvement

Headspace – If you’re tired of being disappointed by meditation and mindfulness apps, then it’s time to download Headspace. Their mission is to make the world a healthier and happier place, and I have to agree they are succeeding in it. Some may drag them for the membership fees, but trust me, it’s worth every penny. Your head will flow in a much calmer space.

Noisli – An app to help you block unnecessary noises that clutter your mind. Moreover, it works as a Prozac, without the side effects. Set up your favourite sounds, and boost your focus and productivity levels.

Pocket – Saw a good article, story, video, page or something else but don’t have the time to look at it right away? It’s easy. Save it for later with Pocket. As their slogan says “Put knowledge in your pocket”. What’s best, is that it works offline.

Audible – With our busy lives and everything going on, it’s easy to say we don’t have time to read books. However, this app makes all these excuses sound lame. Audible holds thousands of reading materials, podcasts and other resources in their library. Expand your business knowledge on the go.

Medium – Speaking of expanding your mind’s capacity, Medium could add a great deal to it. It’s a vault of world-class publications and topics you love, minus the ads and Kardashian news. Sounds perfect? Well, it is.

Evernote

As the name implies, Evernote is one of the best productivity apps for entrepreneurs. It is a software that allows you to scribble notes and get back to them when you need the information. Additionally, Evernote allows you to schedule tasks on the app and set reminders for when the tasks should be done. That way, you will not miss out on any of the important tasks you need to achieve. Evernote is available for free on the Android PlaystoreApple App StoreWindowsMac, and Linux OSes

LastPass

As an entrepreneur, you will be opening many accounts, and with that comes the burden of remembering passwords. Lastpass is a free tool that allows you to save all your passwords to its platform, and automatically fill them in when you visit websites and apps. The LastPass is very secure and has been endorsed by Google and other internet security platforms. LastPass is available on AndroidApp Store, and other OSes.

Bizconnect

With the harsh realities of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the adoption of the web in entrepreneurship circles, digital business cards are now the way to go. With Bizconnect, you can scan your physical business card, and it will automatically convert it to a digital business card with links to your social media platforms and your website if you have any. It is an amazing app that will save you loads of time. The app can be downloaded on the Android Play StoreApple App Store, and other OSes.

Expensify

Expensify is an app that allows you to scan all your expense receipts and organise them properly for accounting. As an entrepreneur, you will be paying for some services and you need to save these receipts somewhere you can account for them. With Expensify, you can save all your receipts and account for payments easily. Download Expensify via the Android Play Store and the Apple App Store.

 Wave

Since 2010, Wave has been offering its invoicing, accounting and receipt scanning software to small business owners on the web for free.

There are no setup fees, hidden charges or monthly fees for its variety of too-good-to-be-true features like unlimited income and expense tracking, capturing receipts even while offline, and the ability to run multiple businesses in one account.

You can use Wave on your web browser or download its apps for iOS and Android.

Fast Budget

Fast Budget is an app that helps you keep your personal or family finances in check, providing a customisable Overview page for you to immediately visualise your flow of money.

Its calendar tracks your profits and costs daily, its charts summarise dense information for easy viewing, and you can even set it to remind you when recurring transactions are due.

Fast Budget is available on Android, iOS, and has a web app, and operates on a freemium model.

3. Niagawan

Niagawan considers itself an accounting system for non-accountants and offers various features that let you track invoices, receipts, credit notes, your cash flow, and inventory, to name a few.

It’s completely free software too, and in anticipation that new users might struggle with the app, it comes complete with a free tutorial teaching you how to use it.

Niagawan is available for Android and iOS and can be used on mobile or PC.

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Team Communication Apps

4. Calendly

We all know how difficult it can be to set up a meeting with a colleague. This is where Calendly comes in to let you schedule meetings without the back-and-forth emails.

Its free online appointment scheduling software is easily set up and you can share your Calendly links via email or embedding for others to access your schedule.

There’s a Basic plan (free), Premium (US$8), and Pro one (US$12), and its app is currently available on iOS.

Jandi

Jandi offers group messaging via channels, collaborative file management, and an easy search for files and messages.

If you’re familiar with Slack, Jandi has been said to be a cheaper alternative at US$5 to Slack’s US$6.67, and it has a free version too.

Jandi is available on the web, Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS.

Content creation

Canva –  You need to create social media content, a doc, web-design, infographic, promo poster or something else? This is a tool to help you with all of it. Tons of ready-to-do templates, all customisable. It unlocks every part of your creativity. Although, it’s fair to say the free version is kind of limiting.

Unsplash – Want to find royalty free pictures that don’t have an outdated, 90s like vibe? This is the right place. An awesome resource of high-quality stock photos from renowned photographers and editors.

Dribbble – When you’re short on design inspiration or need a designer for your idea, head to Dribbble. Design professionals hang out here, showcasing their portfolios.

Manypixels – A pool of royalty-free illustrations with modern, minimalist aesthetics to make your projects come to life. What’s special about this illustration gallery is that you can easily make each illustration in the colour you need. Every week there are new releases.

Easilly – You know that infographics are the thing now, right? Well, with this tool you can turn any boring data into mind-blowing infographic. It helps you present your information in a way that holds the reader’s attention.

Conclusion

App development for entrepreneurs has become more than just making an idea or building an app. The app development process has also evolved to making the best entrepreneurial applications.

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