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5 Apps to Get Your Startup Moving

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Written by: Max Yoder, co-founder and CEO of Lesson.ly

 

If you work for a startup or are planning on forming your own at some point in the future, your use of technology will go a long way in determining your success. You can save plenty of time, money and energy by taking advantage of certain high tech solutions.

Many of them are actually free and available in the form of mobile applications. Below, we take a look at 5 of the best mobile/web apps for startup businesses and explain what makes them so special.

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Intercom

Intercom can be used between your company representatives and customers to help improve communication and boost product development. Intercom is available in different monthly pricing packages based on the number of features that you desire. This is the perfect mobile app for startup entrepreneurs who want to stay in touch at all times and work remotely but still remain connected.

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Google Drive

Google Drive builds on the success of its “Docs” creation by letting users port and alter files on PCs to smartphones and tablets. Google Drive has all of the features expected in an office suite and the software even functions as a complete cloud drive as well. Users can store any sort of file that they would like in the cloud and a virtual drive app / web interface.

Evernote

Evernote is the perfect mobile app for startup founders who come up with great ideas on the fly but are too busy to remember them or write them down. Evernote empowers users to store and share ideas, notes, photos, text, voice messages and just about anything else that can be captured in a digital context.

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Lesson.ly

Lesson.ly is the easy learning software that allows managers to build and share customizable lessons company-wide. Lesson.ly is beneficial when it comes to startups with unpredictable or exponential growth. It makes the onboarding process quicker, allows for easy updating, and tracks learning progress and feedback.

Lesson-ly

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Join.me

Join.me allows teams to conduct meetings on the go with up to 200 other participants. Users can share information, conduct, and record meetings. With Join.me, the screen is a communication and presentation tool, enabling multiple presenters to swap screens with just a click. Meetings can be titled by the user and linked to Outlook and Google Calendar.

These are just a few of the many apps that have been beneficial to us. They make communication, transactions, and creative executions quicker, so business can grow.

Last Updated on March 12, 2016

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