BlackBerry used Google’s Android OS for its latest phone, the Priv, and since then, users are quite content, especially small businesses which manage their business through BlackBerry’s apps that are available on the Play Store. Now such business owners don’t have to worry about staying on top of their employees’ accounts as the apps help them with this, says Small Biz Trends.
Apps to power your business
Now small business owners using BlackBerry apps do not need to think about employees’ sales, accounts and activities, as many of the Canadian firm’s apps which are available on the Play Store help them with that.
Asana, which is very popular among PC users, is a powerful collaboration tool. This amazing app allows users to organize, track the progress of projects and organize the status of projects the team is working on. Using the app, users can organize and create projects, add files, details, and due dates, and comment or discuss a task on their Privs. Also the app lets small business owners chat or send messages within the app and to be informed about important dates.
BlackBerry Priv users can also use another powerful app called Adobe Fill & Sign DC. This app allows users to turn a digital file or paper document into forms. They just have to fill out the forms and sign using their Priv and nothing else. They can use their finger or stylus to create a signature as well. This app saves the time that would have been spent on printing, faxing and scanning.
Can such apps bring businesses back to BlackBerry?
QuickBooks Online is another useful app which allows users to track their financial status from anywhere with the new cloud computing version of the well-known accounting software. Users can view, send, and create invoices, organize daily expenses, capture receipts, and handle balance sheets from within the app. Also this app allows business owners to attach photos, manage customers and schedule meetings.
Another useful productivity app is Expensify for expense reporting. This user-friendly app saves users a lot of time by capturing receipts and converting them to expenses in just a few simple clicks. The expense reports can even be promptly converted to PDFs. The app can be used by users in offline mode as well.
Business owners, whether big or small, will be able manage and control their business from anywhere with these apps on their Privs. Maybe this will lure businesses back to the BlackBerry brand.