A perennial favorite on top app lists, Evernote promises to help you "remember everything." It makes it easy to track notes, images, receipts, to-do lists, and much more. The app is free, but paid versions add storage and unlimited devices. It gets 4.6 stars on Google Play and 4 stars on the App Store, although the most recent iOS version has not been getting as good of reviews and ratings.
Using the apps and extensions for multiple platforms, you can access you tasks from anywhere and at any time using a mobile device, web browser, tablet, or laptop.  Additionally, you have access to tools that allow you to visualize your productivity including sub tasks, sub projects, notifications, due dates, recurring dates, reminders, labels and filters, productivity tracking, team collaboration and much more.
Billing itself as “the ultimate timer,” Toggl is a team-based timekeeper you can use to record billable hours, export timesheets, and more. It works on mobile as well as desktop—and syncs with your workflow management apps like Trello and Asana. It’s also free for any number of accounts and projects, offers sub-grouping of team members and assignments, and more.
Dropbox keeps all your business files (like documents and images) safe, synced, and easy to share. It’s an excellent organizational and collaborative tool for teams. It only downloads files when you need to access them, so it won’t eat up all your storage. More than 500 million businesses use Dropbox to store and share files for their business. This includes the more than 150,000 businesses, like Pinterest, Intuit, and Hyatt Hotels, that use their paid service.
Fuze Mobile is a Unified Communications app that allows users to access the full suite of Fuze Enterprise applications from their mobile device. The Fuze app works with all types of devices and operating systems and the free version also offers high definition video and clear audio capability. Fuze Mobile features include VoIP calling, internal extension dialling, video meetings with guest users and colleagues, SMS text messaging and visual voicemail.
SOS Inventory is one of those small business apps that just makes things easier. SOS Inventory integrates with QuickBooks, allows you to manage inventory in more than one business location, track your items according to a number of different attributes (like serial number and cost history), and create tickets and packing slips, just to name a few features.
Another storage and file sharing option, Google Drive, lets you keep all files related to your business in one place that you can access from your laptop, tablet or phone. You can also set sharing permissions to allow people to view, comment or edit documents and you can view files offline. Documents are accessible from any device, and business owners love that they can collaborate safely with clients anywhere.
They can get all the latest info, instantly, check sales figures in a tab, check urgent messages and close deals in a much quicker way. It’s a great mobile app that tracks business progress, makes sure that it is going into profit and that sales are growing. Meanwhile, business specialist writers at the 6 Pound Essay also find the Salesforce Mobile app very useful to easily track, trace or monitor small business sales.
Keeping up with the news is nearly impossible if you're a B2B business owner who is constantly on the go. Even when you do have time to check up on your favored publication, you might often find that what you're looking for or interested in is nowhere to be found. This is particularly problematic if breaking news has to do with your business and you miss out on an opportunity to capitalize on it through PR initiatives. The best way to remedy this problem is to download the iOS and Android app Flipboard. Flipboard gathers content from social networks, news publications, and blogs to display stories, articles, blog posts, videos, and other content in a magazine-like format. When you first use Flipboard you subscribe to topics you're interested in so that you can be sure the app is giving you content that is relevant to you. Price: Free

On June 9, 2009, Google launched Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook, a plugin that allows customers to synchronize their email, calendar, and contacts data between Outlook and Google Apps.[12] Less than a month later, on July 7, 2009, Google announced that the services included in Google Apps—Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and Google Talk—were out of beta.[13]
This is one of the most important aspects of your business mobile app. There are many businesses in the history who failed to build the right app at first attempt and as a result, their app got vanished from the market. Instead of depending on the IT team of your company, do consider outsourcing the application development to a reliable technology partner. Through a right technology partner, you can make sure that your app will run with minimal glitches. In Apogaeis, we make sure our developed apps avoid glitches. We code in a secure manner so that your app won’t face any difficulties.
Nearly five years after the launch of Google Apps, on April 26, 2011, Google announced that organizations with more than 10 users were no longer eligible for the free edition of Google Apps. They would have to sign up for the paid version, now known as Google Apps for Business. A flexible billing plan was also introduced, giving customers the option of paying $5 per user per month with no contractual commitment.[16]
Introduced in July 2017, "Hire" is a job applications and management tool developed by Google to be used in combination with G Suite. The tool lets employers track job candidates' contact information, as well as résumés, calendar invitations, and allows for business partners to share feedback on candidates. Job applicants can choose what information to share with potential employers. The tool is designed for businesses based in the United States with fewer than 1,000 employees,[75] and integrates with Google services, such as Gmail for sending messages, Google Calendar for tracking schedules, Google Sheets for overview of all candidates, and Google Hangouts for initial conversations.[76] Google introduced Work Insights in September 2018 for administrators to see how departments are using Google products.[77]
Google Drive keeps you and your team's files in one safe and accessible location whether you are in or out of the physical office. The types of files can range from photos, designs, charts, documents, recordings, videos and much more. Google starts you with 15 GB of free storage, and you can connect with different coworkers to allow them access to your various files. Individuals can view, download, and collaborate on any file that you want, making teamwork easier than ever. The most beneficial aspect is that you can access your drive from anywhere whether it is a computer, tablet, or smartphone, making it the perfect fit for managing your business even when you are not in the actual office. Price: Free with In-App Purchase options

Xero’s accounting app helps with taking care of bills and expenses, paying your employees, and managing your purchase orders. Your data is saved in the cloud, so you can access it from your phone, tablet, or laptop; that also means that if any of your devices are ever lost or stolen, you won’t lose any of your information. Xero’s accounting app helps busy business owners handle expenses quickly and easily, even letting them see their cash flow in real time. Users call it a life-saving accounting app and love that it’s easy to use. Xero offers its app for small businesses free for the first 30 days.
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Google+ is used to let team members "engage and communicate" at "a deeper level", with a stream featuring posts, comments and Communities based on common goals. It "makes it easy for anyone to discuss and share ideas, no matter their team, level or location". It features Collections that make it easy to group posts by topic, in order for users to "show what they know and follow what matters most".[58]
As things stand, Huawei is losing its licensing agreement with Google for the provision of Google Play Services and access to the Google Play Store on new Huawei Android devices. Existing customers won’t be affected, though without Google resuming business with Huawei, they also won’t get any further Android OS updates. (Honor, Huawei’s wholly owned subsidiary, looks to be subject to the same fate). This is devastating to Huawei’s hopes of selling any smartphones outside of China.
Fuze Mobile is a Unified Communications app that allows users to access the full suite of Fuze Enterprise applications from their mobile device. The Fuze app works with all types of devices and operating systems and the free version also offers high definition video and clear audio capability. Fuze Mobile features include VoIP calling, internal extension dialling, video meetings with guest users and colleagues, SMS text messaging and visual voicemail.
Businesses of all sizes and functions use Google Apps for Business to take advantage of Gmail storage, mobile email access and security. Companies can customize Google Apps to fit their business concerns and tailor the interface to their own look and feel. Administrators can connect Google Apps to their existing user directory and authentication system. Plus, if the business wants to continue using its current email service, Google Apps can run alongside it or administrators can rout mail from the existing solution to Google Apps for Business.
Salesforce Mobile is a B2B mobile app that works wherever you are. The app provides your users with instant access to your company’s CRM data from a phone or tablet. With the app, business owners don’t have to buy infrastructure, set up, or manage. Users can get all the vital information they need at their fingertips to run day-to-day business operations in a smooth manner.
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