WorkTimer – The Smart Time Clock for iPhone

As a freelancer and consultant, I find myself having to track time I spend working for a client.  I have gone back and forth with different methods and haven’t really found that knockout solution.   The problem is that I may take a call from a client and spend an hour working with them but

ProOnGo Expense Tracker

For many business people, tracking expenses means sticking receipts in a shoe box and digging through them at the end of the month or tax time.  However, there is no reason today to put yourself through that self torturous activity.  There are many expense tracking applications out there.  Many of which are web based and

DrChrono: Just What The Doctor Prescribed

Do you remember the last time you went to the doctor?  If you do, your doctor probably came in with at least a laptop…if not a tablet.  Technology savvy doctors are turning more and more to online medical records and having them at their fingertips when they are in the room with you. Well, here

MaxMobile CRM for Blackberry

Yes, you read it right, this article focuses on an app geared towards Blackberry devices.  Although media reports tend to make us believe that everyone is using an iPhone or Android device, there are still a lot of Blackberry users out there.  And many businesses swear by Blackberry and don’t want anything to do with

Apple Replacing Google Maps For Their Own App

The Wall Street Journal has reported that Apple will get rid of the Google Maps app on it’s iPhone handsets in favor it’s own mapping application.   Sources say that Apple may make the announcement next week at the Worldwide Developers Conference.   So why is Apple doing this?  You get three guesses and the

Google Acquires Quickoffice

Google Acquires Quickoffice Google has gone into it’s very deep pockets yet again and this time has purchased mobile office suite Quickoffice.  Quickoffice has a large user base and is on Android phones, iPhone, Android Tablets, iPad,  and Symbian. Quickoffice allows users to work with Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets, and presentations on their mobile device,

Any.DO Expands To iOS and Google Chrome

Any.DO is a task management application previously available on Android.   Which is a little funny since the app looks like it was birthed by an iPhone.  Well now it is expanding not only iOS devices but also to Google Chrome (as an extension). It looks like you will be able to sync your to-do’s between

Can You Dump Those Business Cards?

We’ve all been there…with a potential client and we go to pull out a business card and….nothing.  “I’m sorry, I’m all out of cards…let me write my number down on this napkin”.  I think we all know that most of the time that napkin ends up in the trash before we’re to our car.  

AT&T introduces cheaper roaming data plans

Business travelers often find themselves in a sticky situation, where they have to choose between shelling out top dollar for costly international data roaming charges and failing to send important work documents on time while abroad. This should be less of a problem for AT&T consumers and business clients, as the company has just introduced new Data