17 May The 5 Crucial Apps for a Solopreneur
As a tech-savvy solopreneur working on the go to build a brand identity for your enterprise, apps become the toolbox of your trade. Here we’ve compiled 5 must-have applications for a budding solopreneur.
Google Docs offers a complete set of programs including Word, Slides, and Sheets, which is effectively an office pack for creating presentations, slideshows, documents, and more. Google Docs has fantastic functionality and its interface is fantastic to use on a mobile device. The best thing of all about Docs is the seamless way it allows you to integrate between working at home or on the go, allowing you to continue immediately where you left off as you walk out the door on the walk to the station.
Wunderlist is a to-do list application for your mobile phone. Set short and long-term goals, give yourself alerts and reminders, and share lists with contacts for collaborative projects. The interface is super smooth and overall the app offers a pleasant user experience.
Shoeboxed is an incredible app used for organizing all of your paper documents using a simple application. The app uses a scanner to capture and archive all of your business receipts, making storing long paper trails a thing of the past. The app also allows you to scan business cards, as well as offering utilities for tax reports, tracking mileage, and more.
Shake is an incredible app, revolutionizing the way contracts are made and signed. By answering a few simple questions to specify the details of your contract, your legal contract will be written up and ready to send. This is especially ideal for freelance work. The app also offers a digital signature function allowing documents to be signed on the same device they were written on!
Infogr.am is an app all about creating infographics. Infographics have become incredibly popular, and making use of them on your website, in articles, or in blogs, can be extremely valuable. You have complete choice of the appearance of your graphic, including colour details, text colour details, and so on. The app is incredibly simple, and your infographic can be made in a matter of minutes with just a handful of questions.