10 Best Apps for Startups in 2017

These 10 Apps can help you stay organized and in charge, no matter which hat you’re wearing
10 Best Apps for Startups in 2017

We all Know that Startup involves a lot of work and effort and it is important to increase Growth of Company/Organisation, Don’t Worry These apps just make your life as an entrepreneur a little easier….

We have compiled a list of our favorites. These 10 Apps can help you stay organized and in charge, no matter which hat you’re wearing.

1. QuickBooks

QuickBooks is an accounting software package developed and marketed by Intuit. QuickBooks products are geared mainly toward small and medium-sized businesses and offer on-premises accounting applications as well as cloud based versions that accept business payments, manage and pay bills, and payroll functions.You can use it to track your business’s sales and expenses; view financial statements, such as profit-and-loss reports; pay your employees and vendors; track unpaid invoices; and much more. It connects to thousands of accounts — including your business bank account, credit cards, PayPal and Square — and uploads data from these sources seamlessly. It also makes doing your business taxes much easier, as it tracks your expenses and lets you upload photos of receipts with your phone.


With QuickBooks Online, you can access QuickBooks on your iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet. Plans range in cost from $10 to $24 for the first six months and $13 to $40 per month thereafter, plus a 30-day free trial. It’s free to download with your QuickBooks Online subscription.


2. Gusto

Gusto developed online payroll services that are simple, fast, and affordable. They help you with everything from managing new employee onboarding to automatically processing and filing all local, state, and federal payroll taxes and integrated with most popular accounting software, and if you ever have any questions our world-class customer care team is just a phone call away.

It charges a base price of $39 per month and $6 per month, per employee, so a business with 10 employees would pay $99 per month. It currently serves more than 25,000 clients.

3. Addappt

addappt is your always up-to-date address book that updates instantly when friends change their contact information on their phone. This app gives your business associates — and friends and family, of course — the ability to update their contact information in your address book, provided they also use Addappt.


You can also organize contacts into groups and send messages via the app, which is free for both iOS and Android users.


4. Fuze

Fuze is a videoconferencing app that hosts online meetings for all devices and operating systems, including new versions for iPads and tablets, such as the Samsung Galaxy. It offers high-definition video and crisp audio, and it’s easy to set up and free to download. Startups can contact the company for custom pricing.


Fuze Closes $104 Million in New Funding to Fuel Growth and Expansion as the Cloud Communications Platform for Global Enterprises

5. RescueTime

This app automatically tracks time you’ve spent on applications and websites and sends you detailed reports based on your activity, giving you an accurate picture of how you spent your day. RescueTime helps you understand your daily habits, so you can focus and be more productive.


It works for Mac, PC, Android and Linux. RescueTime Lite is free; the premium version comes with added features — including alerts, the ability to block distracting websites, more detailed reports and filters — and costs $72 per year, with the first four months free.


6. My Minutes

If you find you can’t stay focused on your most important tasks — or you’re wasting too much time on Facebook — My Minutes can help you stay grounded by setting goals, such as “Spend only one hour checking email” or “Work out for 30 minutes.”

My Minutes

With this application you can control the minutes spent on calls by time season, selecting which calls should be counted.It costs $2.99 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

7. Expensify

Expensify makes keeping track of your expenses while on a business trip a lot less painful. Let Expensify’s intelligent automation handle your expenses in realtime. Because you have better things to do.You can link your credit or debit card to your Expensify account so that the app will place charges directly on an expense report. If you’d rather not do this, you can take pictures of your receipts with your phone, and Expensify will automatically extract the relevant information. You can then make an expense report yourself, which only takes a few minutes.


Expensify costs $5 per month per active account for team users and $9 per month per active active for corporate users. Companies with more than 1,000 employees can get custom pricing. The app works on all phones, including iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone and on all desktops.


8. Proven

Proven helps you organize your hiring, allowing you to post all your job listings to multiple job boards with one click on your smartphone. You can also sort through dozens of application responses in just minutes; categorize applicants into yes, no and maybe buckets; and note when you follow up with a candidate.


More than 1,000 businesses currently use the platform. It’s an especially good fit for companies that have sporadic hiring needs, such as restaurants and retail, or any entrepreneur who juggles multiple business tasks and needs to save time on hiring.

Proven is free to download on iOS and Android. The cost to use the platform depends on the number of jobs you need to post and boards to which you need to post them, as well as whether you opt for premium job boards. Pricing starts at $40 to $60 per job listing, and the more jobs you post, the lower your cost per listing.

9. Dropbox

Boasting 500 million users, Dropbox Business helps your company grow without limits, while you maintain complete control over important company information and user activity.Dropbox is the most popular platform on which to store and share files on the cloud. It’s especially useful for companies that need a reliable way to share information with telecommuters.


Dropbox offers a free, basic plan for individuals and a pro plan for $8.25 per user per month. Teams with more than five employees can buy the business plan for $12.50 per user per month. It also offers free trials and works on all devices and operating systems.


10. MailChimp

MailChimp is the world’s leading email marketing platform. 15 million customers, from small e-commerce shops to big online retailers, use MailChimp to express themselves to the world.This email marketing tool helps you build and manage your mailing lists, and easily create and send newsletters.


You can also build and customize email templates and view performance reports about your emails. This information can help you send your customers more relevant emails.

MailChimp’s pricing depends on the number of subscribers you have. It’s free to send up to 12,000 emails per month if you have up to 2,000 subscribers.


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