Recently, Halloo unveiled a new feature called “social phone systems”. While Halloo already has plenty of great cloud-based telephony services, the addition of social phone systems is about to change the game quite a bit.
Tax season is rapidly approaching, and that’s got people all over pulling together their paperwork in advance of the big day. but for next year’s driving, it may be worthwhile to look into something to keep better track of that magic mileage number like VehiCal from Red Cube.
One thing’s for sure, for those out there with small businesses that involve dealing with payment directly, taking those payments can be difficult. PhoneSwipe is looking to join the mobile point-of-sale revolution with their own mobile payment option.
Many small businesses have at least some retail focus–selling things to other people is one of the most accessible forms of small business out there–and so need to keep a retail staff scheduled and ready to make those sales. iSchedules looks to make keeping staffing straight a lot easier for those who hold iPhones out there.
Public transit systems are not only a boon to the environment, they’re also a boon for the savvy small business. But getting all those schedules straight isn’t always easy to do. Smart Ride from Codemass looks to make it a lot easier for Apple users, especially those with the new iPhone 5.
There are plenty of great things about mobile workers, but keeping everyone on the same page can be a tall order. FirstClass Mobile wants to try and fix that, and will do a fairly sound job of doing so for the iPhone 5. It’s not without problem, but it’s a reasonably good attempt.
While we frequently cover navigation applications here, sometimes you need a way to get access to the data you need when you’ve reached your destination. That’s where iRdesktop looks to come in, though maybe not as well as some might like it to.
There are plenty of ways to edit documents on the road. Between an outright laptop and several mobile apps that can do the job, it likely won’t surprise that there’s one more way to do so from the folks at Smart Office 2.
When it comes to small business, one of the biggest names in data is Salesforce. So when Salesforce brings out a mobile app, it’s the kind of thing to take notice of. And for those small businesses needing a way to keep an eye on their inputs and outputs, no matter where they are, Salesforce Mobile Dashboard looks to provide the information businesses need.
There are many facets of a business’ operation, from cash flow regulation to communications controls. But sometimes, users just need a way to work with documents remotely. That’s where Documents Free for iOS comes in.