Tracking time and expense can be a difficult and time-consuming task that is often left to the last minute by remote workers and freelancers. However, thanks to the power of expenses and time tracking apps for iPad you can now log time worked more easily over the course of a whole project or period of time through manual entries and automatic timers on your tablet. By recording this data invoices can created instantly, saving you an awful amount of time. Other applications help you to record receipts, making sure any expenses are accounted for.
Read on to find out which apps are AppStorm’s best seven for tracking time and expenses! All of these apps are subscription-based but most come with a free trial.
Today on iPad AppStorm I’m going to round up five of the best iPad retail apps. Each of these applications for retailers possesses great design and smooth functionality, making it even easier to incorporate into your daily workflow.
Retail apps for iPad can help you remove slow and expensive processes when selling in the field, and allow you to keep tabs on your retail business from wherever you may be. These iPad apps for retailers are perfect for those who like to feel in control of their business when away from the store or the computer.
The retail apps for iPad listed below are all based around SaaS retail management sotware. The apps are free to download and amost require a subscription to the corresponding service. Free, or freemium options are available in most cases.
Read on to discover the best iPad apps for retailers!
The iPad has become a fantastic addition to the business environment. Providing an accessible, high quality and application loaded aid that can be easily incorporated into everyday tasks. The best business apps for iPad share web-based counterparts and a significant leader in this market is Salesforce. Providing applications to help you with your sales, marketing, and analytics, Salesforce can easily become the complete solution to your business needs.
Salesforce apps for iPad can be accessed through Salesforce1. Salesforce1 combines multiple web-based applications allowing them to work together simultaneously. Through this application, Salesforce’s communication tool, Chatter, is also integrated — making sure your team can stay connected. An admin app, SalesforceA, is also available, allowing superiors the ability to control employees’ access.
Read on to discover how to use Salesforce apps for iPad to sell more!
With a wide range of choice and many tablet-optimized HR applications, believe it or not the iPad is a fantastic device for managing your employees and colleagues. Through these applications managers can track holiday requests, hire employees and gain an overview of working hours. For employees, HR software for iPad makes the process of requesting time off an awful lot easier.
In order to find the best iPad human resources application for you I’ve rounded up seven of the best in this article. All of these HR apps for iPad require a subscription to the corresponding HR cloud solution.
Read on to find out more!
If you have a large workforce all working on iOS devices, it can be a nightmare keeping tabs on them all. AirWatch Agent is a mobility app that gives you complete management for your entire fleet of iOS devices wherever they are in your company.
AirWatch allows IT departments to instantly deploy new devices to employees, configure and update device settings wirelessly, and ensure that all security policies and compliance procedures are implemented on all devices. Using AirWatch your security risks are minimized because it provides you with secure mobile access to corporate resources and you can remotely lock and wipe managed devices wherever they are in the world.
Great news folks: AppStorm is back! After more than a year in limbo, the popular app review network has a new owner, a new team of eager writers, and a fresh new outlook.
As you may know, AppStorm closed shop back in January 2014. However, the network has now been taken over by business app discovery network, Nubera. We’ve been long-time admirers of AppStorm and the insightful reviews and useful advice it offers on Mac, Web, Windows, and mobile applications. We’re delighted to have the opportunity to continue the great work put in by previous owner Envato and its team of talented writers and reviewers.
iOS 7 was the largest upgrade to iOS ever. It brought along a completely new design language on both the iPhone and iPad, and unlocked various APIs that have made applications more useful and powerful. It also introduced new technologies and APIs, such as iBeacon, that should become only more useful as time goes on.
In terms of usability, however, it offered no major advances for the iPad. In a world where tablets are increasingly being used in lieu of laptops, iOS on the iPad needs to mature, and fast. (more…)
Reading is a topic that a lot of us get fired up about, mainly because we all do so much of it. It’s a field many of us are very experienced in. When people make decisions about buying a hardcore or a softcover book, they’re using their experience to make that choice. That’s why talking about the perfect reading experience is so tough — no two people have the same tastes.
That’s my word of warning as I enter into this: the following article, even more so than usual, is nothing more than my opinion. But let me be the one to tell you, and I hope you’ll agree, my opinion is certainly the most correct one. I’ll start by saying that the new iBooks for iOS 7 is terrible. Whereas before, choosing between iBooks and Kindle was tough, the decision just got a whole lot easier. Quite simply, I’m about to tell you why I prefer the Kindle experience over iBooks.
I remember quite clearly how the iPad’s initial release went down in 2010. I told my wife that there was no way I’d buy one because what was the point? And then, a few months later when the 3G model came out to the public, there I was in line to buy one.
I loved that iPad, and the two that followed in my household, an iPad 2 and an iPad mini. But for me, the mini was where it was at, it was just missing that Retina display. Now that the iPad mini has the fabled screen and is available to the public, is it worth the purchase? (more…)