If you’re a remote worker, freelancer, or travel a lot for business then I bet you’re sick of having to log your time and expenses the whole time. Fear not, because there are a whole bunch of cloud-based expenses and time tracking apps for Android that can make your life a whole lot easier.
Today on AppStorm I’m going to round up seven of the best Android time tracking and expense applications. Through these applications users can ensure that themselves or their employees are paid for the work they do and the process of creating timesheets is made an awful lot easier. These expenses and time tracking apps are subscription-based, though most come with free trials so you can figure out which one is right for you.
Read on the find out how you can use your Android device to help manage time and expenses on the go!
One thing that often gets overlooked by small businesses and freelancers is getting invoicing right. It’s important to keep on top of invoicing clients but this can be tricky when you have multiple invoices and clients to issue and deal with each month or week. Missed or inaccurate invoices can lead to delays and headaches further down the line which is why using billing and invoicing software can be a big hassle and time saver. Nowadays, businesses needs to be mobile when it comes to issuing and tracking invoices on the move and the good news is there isn’t a shortage of billing software for Android.
Some of the best cloud-based billing and invoicing applications have native Android billing apps, although you may find that some of them don’t give you the kind of features and access you get in the web version. However, all of them can be used on Android mobile devices via their mobile web version. The main thing is that they will help take the pain out of billing clients without the need for a big finance department.
We’ve picked 7 of the best billing apps for Android. These apps are free to download, though most tie you in with a subscription to a service. All have either free trials or “freemium” models, so you can try them out before you decide which is the best Android billing software for you.
I’ve been trying to use my tablet more often lately, and love trying out new habits with it, such as browsing Reddit (yep, I’m just getting hooked), reading graphic novels and managing my finances more efficiently. As it turns out, tablets are great for keeping tabs on where your money goes — the form factor lends itself to easy perusal of charts and graphs that show your spending habits. Today we’re going to take a look at some of the best apps available for watching over your wealth.
I know that as a student, I like to know exactly how much money I’ve got in my account when I’m out and about. But having to log into your online banking portal via your browser can be a bit of a pain every time you want to check your financial affairs. Managing your finances, however, using your Android phone means you can update your account statements immediately giving you more control over your budgeting and a clearer overview of what you have and, more importantly, what you can afford to spend.
There is a wealth of personal financial software out there on the Market; these are my five personal favorites. (more…)
Shopping can be tricky. Since products can be bought online and in stores, finding the best deal can be time consuming. That’s why there are several barcode scanning applications on the Android marketplace and we have rounded up five of the best.
Each application has a primitive barcode scanning function but some offer additional searching options including online and store pricing.
To see which app is best suited for your bargain hunting needs, read on…