Small businesses run, on at least one level or another, on mobile devices. And as such, having easy access to those devices is more important than ever. Battery Boost Magic looks to give mobile devices a lot more life with some easy battery management tools.
City Chatter is another in a growing series of mobile social local apps, and that in turn provides another potential source of promotion for a small business. But will City Chatter be worth paying attention to?
See? There’s still a reason for prestigious paper products in small business. I’m, of course, talking about ‘business cards.’ Those tiny herringbone-colored high-quality trademarked trendy business signatures suggesting that you’re all about professionalism.
It wasn’t so long ago that Foursquare brought out a whole new version of its widely used social mobile location app, but now it’s gotten a little extra firepower in its merchant arm with a big new update.
The world is getting smaller by the day, it seems. Admittedly, most of that smaller world these days speaks English. But for those that want the kind of edge that only speaking to someone in their native tongue can provide, Rosetta Stone has a new mobile app coming your way.
With photo editing apps steadily growing in popularity–Facebook buying Instagram for $1 billion is a pretty clear sign of that–it’s not surprising that more of them are making an appearance every day. One particularly impressive model, Over, looks to give users a critical edge by focusing on typography.
Product recommendations aren’t always easy to come by. Whether you’re looking for a product, or have your product reviewed, recommendations are fragmented at best. But a recent development from seniors at MIT, Tipflare, looks to make the experience much simpler overall for the user base.
Directr is putting together a mobile app that will allow users to make some impressive online videos, and most any small business, online or otherwise, is going to want to pay attention to this concept.