Seven Android Apps for Entrepreneurs

Seven Android Apps for Entrepreneurs


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It seems as though virtually every “best apps” list is targeted exclusively toward iOS users, often leaving Android users out in the cold. The lack of attention paid by many business and entrepreneurial blogs and websites often only adds to the perception that the Android operating system lacks the sophistication to be taken seriously as a tool for small business owners. In reality, nothing could be further from the truth, and this list will hopefully illustrate the many options for small business owners and entrepreneurs available on the Android platform.

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Venmo, Venmo. Venmo is an incredibly helpful and powerful application that allows the user to transfer money to any bank, over night, for free. With a simple and intuitive user interface, Venmo is easily one of the best options for anyone looking to transfer funds quickly and painlessly. This may very well be the most popular app on this list, but if you haven’t heard of Venmo by now, it is definitely worth your consideration.

Pocket, Read It Later. Pocket is a helpful little application with one simple goal: to save videos, articles, and other web based content for later viewing. Pocket not only succeeds at doing this task, but also renders and organizes the content in a beautiful and intuitive format. With a multitude of useful features, Pocket delivers on this promise.

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Mindly, dripgrind. Mindly is a particularly useful mind mapping tool. Mindly seeks to help organize and give structure to your thoughts, capture your ideas, plan a speech, or take notes. There is a lot more that could be said on mind mapping in general, and this app can do it all. If you haven’t already, it may be worth your time to further research mind mapping and the tools available to you, to see if Mindly would be a good fit for you or your team.