Sometimes an app comes along that’s named so perfectly, so very on the nose that it’s hard to imagine anyone ever making the mistake that it could do anything but what the name implies. Find My Car Smarter is just such an app.
With the rise of telephony and VoIP service, social phone services, and WebRTC communication techniques, there are more ways than ever to get a hold of people. One of the great standards, though, is Skype, and Skype for iPad shows off exactly why this is one of the basics in communication.
Raise your hands if you’re one of the few small business owners out there that have the means to own one of the priciest (actually, probably the priciest) tablets on the market. (Raises hand). Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?
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 we talk a lot about apps for Apple devices like the newly-minted iPhone 5, the release of iOS 6–the operating systems which powers the iPhone 5–has sparked a variety of changes in the place where those apps are acquired: the Apple App Store itself. These changes have left developers looking to catch up, but what can be done?
Think of it as Rocky versus Apollo, Luke Skywalker versus Darth Vader, Rocky versus Bullwinkle (wha?).
It’s the natural progression of ideas and routines — first there was paper money, then there was credit cards, then there was PayPal, and now we have something called “NFC.”
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).
We’re seeing it everywhere these days…. Remember the good ol’ days when you worked on your desktop on a document and freaked when someone would glance at the screen?