Don't-Miss Business Mobility Stories
Acclivity has released AccountEdge 2011, the latest version of its small business accounting software, bringing an iOS app, Web-based time-tracking, and more.
An update to this business management app brings a native iPad interface, a more comprehensive at-a-glance view of your week, and other perks.
This business management tool gets the universal treatment for all three of Apple's iOS devices, as well as a host of new features and tweaks that should make it easier to get things done.
If you or your employees use iPads for work, here are the productivity apps that you should install on them
A major upgrade to this iPhone client for Basecamp brings a beautiful new interface that is easier to use, as well as offline data and other perks.
Sparks is a new app that brings 37signals's business-centric chat service to the iPad. A thorough coat of polish and style, along with some unique features customized for the iPad's interface, make this app stand out.
iWork 1.3 upgrades add support for iOS 4.2 multitasking, printing via AirPrint, as well as numerous other fixes and additions.
This "social media dashboard" designed for businesses leaps from the iPhone to the iPad with a major upgrade. You can now manage your accounts, schedule posts, get link analytics, and view follower influence on the iPad's more expansive display.
Things, a stylish task and project manager for the iPad, has gained support for two key features in anticipation of Apple's iOS 4.2 update.
A big update to this powerful iPhone task manager brings nearly 40 tweaks, fixes, and new features. The list includes improvements to multitasking, the reminder system, and geolocation features.
Google has finally brought an often-requestsed feature to one of its most popular products: Google Docs can now be edited on an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, and you can even collaborate with other users in real time.
Penpower Technology has released an update to its WorldCard Mobile business card scanning application for iOS devices, adding a new organizational feature called the Card Holder and new saving options.
Ted Landau, the guru of Apple troubleshooting, stops by the podcast to talk Mac OS X and iOS fixes.