iPhone 6 in the Enterprise: 10 Crucial Apps for Business Users

1 - iPhone 6 in the Enterprise: 10 Crucial Apps for Business Users
2 - Invoice2Go Helps Create Quick Billing
3 - Is Adobe Reader the PDF Solution?
4 - TinyScan Turns Images Into Scans
5 - AirWatch MDM Agent Helps Manage Mobile
6 - Voice Recorder HD Is the New Age of Voice Note-Taking
7 - Concur Tracks Expenses for Travelers
8 - FaxFile Proves Faxes Are Still Around
9 - Good for Enterprise for the Good Users
10 - MindNode Helps You Maintain Productivity
11 - Slack for Those Who Want to Go Social
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iPhone 6 in the Enterprise: 10 Crucial Apps for Business Users

by Don Reisinger

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Invoice2Go Helps Create Quick Billing

Companies that need to quickly make invoices for customers will find Invoice2Go to be a nice solution. The free app has more than 20 invoice templates and includes the ability to pay via PayPal. Invoices are created on the iPhone and are then accessible on a wide range of devices, including Macs and PCs. The app also includes reports and charts.

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Is Adobe Reader the PDF Solution?

Another free app, Adobe Reader allows users to open PDFs on the iPhone and do everything from read documents to annotate and highlight on them. The app isn't a full-featured solution that allows for edits and other modifications, but for those who want something simple, it does the trick.

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TinyScan Turns Images Into Scans

TinyScan is exactly what it sounds like: an app that allows users to snap a photo of a paper document and turn it into a high-quality PDF. From there, that PDF can be viewed through apps like Adobe Reader, as well as emailed, faxed or transferred via any number of online storage services. The app is another freebie (and a popular one).

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AirWatch MDM Agent Helps Manage Mobile

Companies looking for a mobile device management solution might find a winner in AirWatch MDM Agent. The free app is designed for IT professionals who want to gather clear insight into exactly what's happening on all of the mobile devices in the office. From location to call tracking to the enforcement of security policies, AirWatch aims to ensure employees are doing what they should be doing.

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Voice Recorder HD Is the New Age of Voice Note-Taking

In the old days, executives would use voice recorders to take notes and share them with others. Now, with help from apps, it can all be done from an iPhone 6. One of the most popular voice-recording apps in the App Store is Voice Recorder HD. The app, which costs $1.99, lets users record voice memos through the iPhone's built-in microphone and then play them back, share them with others and trim them as necessary.

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Concur Tracks Expenses for Travelers

Those who need to travel often for business will find value in Concur. The free app allows users to keep track of not only their trip itinerary, but also expenses and receipts while on the go. From there, the expense information can be submitted to a manager for approval. The app also integrates with TripIt, so all flight information is kept on file.

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FaxFile Proves Faxes Are Still Around

Who said faxing is dead? FaxFile is a popular iPhone app that allows users to send faxes to any number in the U.S. and Canada, and even many international locations. The app lets users pick a file on their device and input a fax number. From there, the file is transmitted. Although the app is free, FaxFile does require users to purchase "fax credits" to use to transmit files. The credits start at $2.99 for a batch of 50.

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Good for Enterprise for the Good Users

Any company that's using Good Technology's mobile device solutions will want to deploy Good for Enterprise across its fleet of devices. Good for Enterprise, another free app, allows users to securely check email, view calendars and share that information with others. The app also includes support for contacts, tasks and more.

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MindNode Helps You Maintain Productivity

Employees who have a tough time staying on topic and continuing their work might find some value in MindNode. The app, which is a little expensive at $9.99, is designed to provide a visual representation of thoughts through "mind maps." Essentially, users start with a central thought and from there continue to input information. MindNode creates a matrix of thoughts for users to visualize and make sense of after the brainstorm is over.

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Slack for Those Who Want to Go Social

With Facebook at Work now in the wild, more companies are considering investing in social networking tools. Realizing that, it might be a good time to look at Slack, a popular social tool that also runs on the iPhone. The app includes the ability to engage in real-time messaging, file sharing, and both group and one-to-one conversations. Plus, it's free.

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