Tracking and managing stock is one of the most important tasks of any business dealing with physical goods. Thankfully, today’s apps and mobile technology are making it much easier for small businesses to take control of their inventory. Plenty of inventory management software for Android is now available on the Google Play store, and the power of these apps is improving all the time.
In this article I’m going to roundup six of the best Android inventory management apps. These solutions are all companion apps to subscription-based online inventory management software. Through streamlining sales, tracking, and shipping processes, these tools make sure you’re constantly in control. The apps are free to download but you’ll need to sign up for the cloud service in order to use them. Most offer free trials though, so you can try them out before you pay anything.
Read on to find out more!
The Google Play store is a fantastic resource for business apps for Android. Within its bulging selection of applications is a growing number of great Android CRM apps that help you to stay connected with the web versions of your favorite customer management software at all times.
To be reliable and useful, Android CRM applications need to offer many of the core features of their web equivalents in a more condensed format, while still giving you an easy-to-follow user interface. In this article I’ve picked seven CRMs for Android phones and tablets that give you the ability to view and manage customer interactions wherever you may roam.
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Human resources work isn’t generally perceived as being fun or exciting, but with Android HR software you can at least make the process quick and easy. HR apps for Android do this by reducing the need for face-to-face meetings and giving managers the opportunity to gain a quick overview of employee operations.
In general, the best human resources software for Android comes from the major players in the cloud HR applications world. Often the functionality is stripped out a bit in the Android version, but the apps offer a quick and simple way to access employee information and manage basic human resources tasks through a compact interface. There are even HR apps for Android that help you with recruitment and applicant tracking processes.
Read on to discover our seven favourite Android HR applications!
Football games frequently appear on the Play Store and normally the only games worth considering are the likes of FIFA 14 from the most established developers. New Star Soccer is a new twist to the standard concept of a football related game, and it will appeal to many users. Read on to find out why!
One form of media that has definitely stood the test of time is the comic book. Since 1933, when the first comic book was published, the industry has grown from strength to strength and led to blockbuster creations such as the Avengers and Batman. And the main reason people still read comics is that they provide both visual and textual gratification to the reader. Thanks to our mobile devices getting larger screens and the ubiquity of tablets, comics are no longer limited to physical books but can also be enjoyed on our Android devices.
There is now a growing number of apps that allow you to devour comics and mangas on your mobile device, and in this article I will show you my personal favorites and help you find a few other high quality ones.
Radio based apps are very synoptic nowadays. Every app basically provides the same structure, with the only difference being the way your stations are presented. Some apps like to break this trend and make the process more unorthodox — the exact aim of PRX Remix. With this app you have a range of different stories played to you, each with an interesting meaning.
Read on to find out how exciting this little app is!
One of our basic necessities in life is food. And in this digital age, many people have sought to share the meals they’re eating across social networking apps such as Instagram. Personally, I can’t go one day on Instagram without seeing someone tag #foodporn on one of their uploaded pictures.
However, there are apps dedicated to food and nothing but food. In this article, I’m going to look at three different applications that will help you chronicle your culinary journeys and share your love of beautiful food. The apps concerned are Foodspotting, Evernote Food and Burpple. Read on to find out which one of these is for you.
In today’s society the internet is one of the best resources for humor and people are constantly looking for funny pictures and media to make them laugh. However, despite having my Android device with me, there was a lack — in my opinion — of humor apps available on the platform. So I resorted to using my browser which just made the whole process of discovering and enjoying humorous content harder.
However, in the past few months two apps have been released with the high standards of design and usability that would make me use them on a regular basis. The first one is iGAG, linked to the 9GAG network and the second is Cheezburger, connected to the Cheezburger network. In the following article, I will explore both applications, highlighting the best features of each.
We all seek the opinion of others, me especially, I’m constantly posting on forums and communicating with others on the internet. However, the disadvantage with forums is that responses are often slow. You will normally have to wait a few hours, if not days, until you get a reply for your question.
In the past few years, a different approach to forums has arisen and these come in the form of crowdsourcing apps where you can post a quick question and get even quicker responses. Of course, these are more trivial than forums, but their simplicity and immediacy attract a huge audience.
Two of the biggest apps to crack this market are Formspring and Thumb. Both are brilliant in their own right, but today on Android.Appstorm I am going to compare the two on key features to find out which is the best. Read on to find out!
Music is a medium I really love. It provides a great way to relax and makes long revision sessions a bit more exciting. Over the years, I’ve built up quite a big collection of music, however, because of the quantity of files and their size, I’ve never been able to have every song in exactly the same place.
The majority of my music files reside in iTunes — and that should be the same for a lot of people. With well over 10,000 songs in my library, iTunes is obviously an invaluable database, but problems arise when I’m out and about. My library is too big to transfer over to my phone and that creates a limit on what I can listen to when I’m away from my computer — which isn’t ideal, to say the least.
Style Jukebox is an online service, and an Android app, that solves this problem by allowing me to move my music into the cloud. After uploading the files, I can instantly access them wherever I am. Read on to find out more.