Ask just about any small business owner what one of the toughest parts of tax time is, short of writing the check itself, and the issue of “tracking mileage” will likely come into play. But with MileBug Lite, the process is about to get quite a bit simpler.
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.
While most navigation apps focus on getting users from one place to another in their cars, Take Me To My Car will instead focus on another critical route: the distance from where ever it was you’re going to your car.
We’ve seen plenty of traffic-related apps out here of late, but there are plenty of them vying for your views and purchases. Beat The Traffic is one such app, and it’s got an unusual focus that gives it something of an edge.
Small business owners, rejoice. If you feel the love with your Android-powered devices, know that the latest delicacy in the Android operating system, “Jelly Bean,” does come with some extra unique features.
Recently, TomTom brought out a TomTom navigation app for Android devices. And while the app itself is a good quality way to get around from point A to point B, it’s not without its own set of problems, including one particularly glaring matter that someone really should have seen before launch.
Naturally, the big news of late has been the launch of Apple Maps for iOS 6.0, thanks to the release of the iPhone 5. Google Maps has also been in there thanks to its connection to the iPhone line. But making a much more quiet release just a couple days ago was the Scout mobile navigation app from Telenav.
Think of it as Rocky versus Apollo, Luke Skywalker versus Darth Vader, Rocky versus Bullwinkle (wha?).
This is crucial here, especially when you’re living in the world of call centers and auto attendants: lead conversion matters.
What? Another article about LinkedIn? Come on! This is like beating a dead horse. And we already know this horse isn’t really dead (more like a healthy thoroughbred).