Essential iPad, iPhone apps for business travel

Essential iPad, iPhone apps for business travel

Summary: Which apps are a must-have for the business traveler?

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TOPICS: iPad, Apps, Mobility
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  • Developed by: Hootsuite Media

    Compatibility: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

    Hootsuite is a web based aggregation service which allows you to manage all your social networks from one web interface. It has an easy to use, clean interface, and some useful features, including:

    • A user-friendly dashboard for feed management
    • The facility to link up Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Ping.FM profiles.
    • RSS / ATOM feed linking
    • Multiple account management
    • Twitter statistics and social media update schedules

    You can also track trending topics, translate social media posts, and monitor keywords. Ow.ly is used to maximize character limitations.

    Source: App store

  • Developed by: 13apps

    Compatible with: iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch

    For travelers who need to be kept up-to-date on market and stock fluctuations, Daily Stocks is one of most highly rated financial apps currently available.

    At $69.99, the app is an invaluable investment for business users to retain access to stock analysis and real-time updates. Over 100 scans are offered through the application, and 48 technical indicators and parameters can be used.

    The app provides over 100 technical scans, and delivers your options to you in a list of stocks to further analyze.

    Source: App store

  • Developed by: Time and Date

    Compatibility: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

    Something so simple, but can cause many issues if you get wrong -- from the time of your next flight to your meeting schedule.

    Users of this free app can look up the timezone from many major cities around the world, and the data is kept up-to-date from online sources.

    You can also choose timezones from 'most viewed' locations, favorites, and whether you prefer to view the time in analog, digital, or text.

     

    Source: App store

Topics: iPad, Apps, Mobility

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  • Skype

    My husband and I both travel a lot. Skype is a life saver. To save my data allowance we often use the audio-only option. On one trip recently I used my 3G to call my husband from Las Vegas to Istanbul every day for a week. We talked 20-40 mins a day using the audio only and I used about 400MB of data. So if one doesn't have to see the other person it can be rather cheap (data-wise).
    steeleblue_cactus
  • Flight Trackers

    We're constantly picking people up from the airport at my company. Our favorite app is FlightView - it's free and we've found that its almost always more accurate than other apps. The push alerts are great as well - they save a lot of time checking and re-checking flight statuses
    JC_2012
  • Wake On Lan

    I use iWakeOnLan to wake my computers when I'm away from my home or office!

    Ya gotta have a router that supports broadcast redirects so the wake on Lan packets get through, but if you got that then your good to go!
    bobrien18@...
  • Apps give me travel salvation!

    In all my travels, keeping track of all the little receipts has always been a pain and a quick way of not being reimbursed. Even if I wrote the information down, I still needed the proof to get my money returned to me. We all know we cannot rack up large corporate credit card bills. When I travel for business for Dish I always use kayak simply because it???s so comprehensive and iXpensIt as my personal accountant keeping track of all my expenses so I???m reimbursed at total value. One of my essential apps that I feel is necessary for that rare time when a missed connection is unavoidable is the dish remote access app. It gives me an opportunity to tap into any of my programming or DVR recordings and watch a good movie to distract myself from the frustration.
    technolassy
  • Fly Delta

    I live near a Delta hub, so many of my flights are on Delta. I absolutely love the Fly Delta app. I allows me to review my itineraries, check flight status, check-in, display my boarding pass, and track my bags. The check-in process is especially great. My phone beeps to remind it's time, I open the app, check in very quickly, and it becomes my boarding pass. Saves time, paper, and hassle. I fly Delta whenever I can BECAUSE of this app. It's great.
    ted@...
  • Virtual Office

    When I am away from my office, I always use Pocket Cloud and ThinServer XP to connect back to my office PC and runs any windows apps as if I'm still sitting infront of my office PC
    bojanwojan
  • software for entrepreneur

    For entrepreneur who owns a lot of business contacts, software like CarFila.com is very helpful since it can keep all the cards safely forever. CardFila.com is compatible in both Android and Iphone
    Jenny Turner
  • software for entrepreneur

    For entrepreneur who owns a lot of business contacts, software like CarFila.com is very helpful since it can keep all the cards safely forever. CardFila.com is compatible in both Android and Iphone
    Jenny Turner