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Self-employed people think of time is money and that knowledge is power. Those are two clichés that couldn’t be truer for every self-employed entrepreneur. That’s why they were early adopters of the smartphone and tablet. Self-employed people also love their apps.

These digital tools on smartphones and tablets help organize their day, keep them in touch, provide necessary data, stay healthy and track their money. Here is a look at 20 business opportunity apps that every self-employed person needs to give a try.

Self-Employed Top 20 Must-Have Apps for the Business Opportunity and Franchise Owner

Self-Employed Connect Apps

Buffer. This social media scheduler lets you load it up with a number of posts for various platforms all at one time. Buffer automatically posts them at the times you decide.

Google Drive. Share your documents and files with your clients, colleagues and employees by storing them in Google Drive, the cloud-based file-sharing and hosting app. It speeds up communication and keeps everyone on he same page.

Fleksy. Hate your smartphone or tablet keyboard? You’re not alone. Fleksy lets you customize it, including the size of the text and the color. It uses shortcuts, word suggestions and gesture-based movement to speed up your typing.

LISTEN. Respond to calls when you’re too busy to answer with a customized reply, either voice or SMS. The app uses ringback tone technology that integrates with your calendar so you can auto reply based on the meeting you are at. It also uses location detection so you can send messages that are based on where you are.

Humin. Can’t keep track of where you met someone or how he fits into your network? Let Humin do it for you. Add info about where and how you met a specific person. It will remind you of every little detail. It tracks your contacts, dialing and voice mailbox to determine your major contacts.

Self-Employed Handle Money Apps

SignEasy. Sending signed documents is a hassle: print them out, sign them, scan them and then send them. Or even fax them. It is time-consuming and equipment intensive when an entrepreneur is on the go. The faster way is using SignEasy, which lets you sign and send documents using your smartphone.

Venmo. Send money to anyone using this handy app. Unlike Paypal, it doesn’t charge a transfer fee or have a long form that you need to fill out first. The app connects the contacts in your phone or tablet with your network of Facebook friends. You can search quickly and send them money with just a few clicks.

Mint. Money is the lifeblood of any self-employed day. Mint is one of the best apps available for tracking finances. It easily lets you establish a budget, keep track of expenses and even save money.

Self-Employed Stay Healthy Apps

MapMyRun. Entrepreneurs depend on apps for staying healthy. You can easily argue that MapMyRun is one of the essential franchise apps for new business owners because it encourages them to walk or run daily, working off stress and keeping their bodies healthy. Using GPS, it tracks an interactive route on the map for your next workout.

MyFitnessPal. Wonder how many calories you’re eating? MyFitnessPal lets you see what you’re eating, how much water you’re drinking, how active you are and how much weight you are losing. Charts make it easy to track your progress at a glance.

MOVES. Worried you’re doing more talking than moving? MOVES can help. It monitors all your movements, helping your turn small improvements into daily habits. It turns any smartphone into a pedometer and more. It tells you how many minutes you are active and how many calories you are burning.

GPS4Soul. Stressed? That’s standard for entrepreneurs, but it’s not healthy. GPS4Soul measure your heart rate to determine your stress level. It offers guidance to help calm you down, from meditation to yoga and affirmations. Customize it to add your favorite songs or pictures of your dog.

Fooducate. Stuffing yourself with comfort food? Fooducate will help you make better food choices quickly and easily. Scan barcodes of your favorite foods and then let the app analyze the food label, showing you how healthy it is, using a rating system from A to D.

Self-Employed Keep Informed Apps

Pocket. This bookmarking app saves all types of content, from documents for work to long articles on the latest news from Wall Street and viral videos. Once you save your content, you can look at it offline from any of your digital devices.

Prismatic. What’s new in your field, in the marketplace? This is essential information for self-employed people. But who has the time to find out the latest? Prismatic streamlines the process by crawling through all the links you give it, from websites to social media. It collects the data you have shown an interest in and puts it in one spot for you to check out.

Pocket Analytics. Wondering how your website is doing? Check it anywhere with Pocket Analytics, which combines all your website data so you can monitor it anywhere. Look up sales and traffic information out of the office, even view graphs anywhere.

Self-Employed Organize Apps

WinStreak. The self-employed entrepreneurs who are successful write down their goals and break them down into manageable chunks. WinStreak helps you keep up your momentum with long term goals by letting you choose three wins, or daily goals, you want to achieve today and three for tomorrow. It encourages you because each day you see your progress, putting you on a winning streak that encourages you to keep going.

Evernote. This is the go-to app for organizing data, whether it is financial, reading, goals, appointments or planning a project. It works well for both personal and business productivity. Put the information you need into separate digital notebooks with just a click.

Letterspace. Take notes and edit them using Letterspace. You can easily collect your thoughts, change the wording and organize the topics. Never fall behind on note taking again.

Workflow. This time management tool lets you concentrate on essential tasks and ignore those that are unimportant. Customize your mobile device to save time. Create a button for tasks you do on a regular basis. For example: create a button to call Uber. Add another one to call your spouse.

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