9 Free iPhone Apps for Small Businesses

posted by Andrea | 03/31/2012

I’ve already shared {several times} how much Dave and I are loving our new iPhones… I’m obsessed :)

It’s true!

Just the other day, I heard of a friend’s house that caught on fire and I immediately thought about our house, and what I would do if it ever caught on fire. Of course, I would grab Nora first {and make sure Dave could get out} but my next “grabs” would be my phone, purse, and computer!

Not sure what that says about me… but it’s the truth!

Anyway, I’m always on the look-out for FREE tools to help improve my business. So when I got the iPhone, I immediately started searching for apps that would do just that.

Apparently there are a ton of free productivity apps, but I didn’t need or want them all… just the best ones. So for the past several weeks, I’ve been playing around and testing out some of these free apps… I quickly came up with a short list of my favorites.

Head on over to the Turnstone blog to see 9 of my favorite free apps for small businesses.

What are your favorite iPhone apps?

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  1. Sarah

    03/31/2012

    I think the one I use the most (other than the games and kindle for when I’m killing time) is the RunKeeper Pro app. At the time I was able to get it for free, but I don’t remember it costing much regularly. It’s a GPS based pedometer that you can enter your weight and height plus what type of activity you are doing (walking, running, hiking, riding bike, etc.). Then you just throw it in your pocket and go. It’s the best one I’ve found because it’s GPS based (and it even works in the middle of the woods near my tiny town here in Germany) and you don’t have to try figuring out how long your stride is and all of that stuff.

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  2. Courtney

    10/11/2012

    Any chance you could do a similar review for Android-powered devices? I’m not an apple user and don’t plan to be any time soon.

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