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.
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.
While some navigation apps focus on how to get you from point A to point B, other navigation apps instead focus on getting you there without incident. That’s just what Sigalert looks to do for iOS users, especially those with new iPhone 5 models.
For small businesses of all kinds, cash flow is life. A business lives and dies by its ability to collect cash, and PayAnywhere looks to provide an easy way to collect cash that won’t itself break the bank.
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.
Getting from one place to another is seldom an easy thing, especially with all the other people out there looking to do exactly the same thing. But MotionX GPS Drive wants to make it a bit easier for your iPhone, including the new iPhone 5.’
With the iPhone 5 now a reality, and plenty of people needing ways to get around, looking to navigation apps is providing those people with a lot of potential solutions. Waze, however, looks to add a little something extra to the experience by incorporation social networking with its navigation.