Must-Have Apps for Government Office Employees

appsDo you love your smartphone? Do you find yourself obsessed with apps? Then do we have something fun for you! It’s our favorite Apps for Government Employees.

  1. Google Docs: The powerful suite of document creation and editing tools from Google. This Cloud-based services allows users to quickly create, revise, share and store documents, spreadsheets, and presentations from any location with internet access.
  2. Ergonomics: This app gives office workers health tips, options for low impact stretches, and tracks activity levels. It also allows users to set notifications when it’s time to get up and stretch.
  3. Trello: This popular project management tool is similar to Basecamp, but it’s free. Project managers use “cards” to create and manage all aspects of projects including tasks, deadlines, to-do lists and much more.
  4. Evernote: One of the most useful tools for managing notes and tasks. Users can quickly jot down notes from meetings, take snapshots using a mobile device’s camera, dictate using audio, create and manage to-do lists, and much more. Evernote has a superior tagging system for simple searching and organization, and also allows users to search for text within photos. Skitch for Evernote allows users to quickly snag web articles, clips, and photos from the web.
  5. TurboScan: This app allows users to scan documents from a mobile device, and then it saves the scan as a JPG or PDF file, and it can be quickly shared via email or cloud apps such as Google Drive and Dropbox.
  6. XpenseTracker: Government workers can use this app to keep detailed records of their expenses and mileage. The app uses GPS services to keep track of mileage, and snap shots and expenditure logs can be saved as Microsoft Excel spreadsheets or in PDF format.
  7. Sunrise Calendar: Much more than a typical calendar app, Sunrise Calendar syncs with Google Calendar, iCloud and Microsoft Exchange. It also integrates with Facebook so that events and birthdays can be added.
  8. CamCard: This is an extremely useful app that scans business cards using a mobile device, and adds the information directly to the user’s contact list.
  9. iThoughts: When a white board is not available, this app helps map out the big picture with idea boards, tasks, goal-setting, and note-taking options.
  10. FindMeCoffee: For workers on the go that need to find inspiration at the bottom of a Cup O’ Joe, this app will instantly search and find the nearest coffee shops when the user taps the button titled “Find Coffee Near Me!”

Time to get app-y!

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