Ever since BlackBerry joined forces with Google on the company’s latest phone — Priv by BlackBerry — life has become considerably easier. That’s especially true for small business owners who use BlackBerry’s apps available on the Play Store to manage their businesses.
Business owners no longer have to worry about staying on top of their employees’ activities, accounts or sales as there are numerous BlackBerry apps on the Play Store to help them with that now.
Asana is a powerful collaboration tool that is quite popular with PC users. The app allows users to plan, organize and even track the progress and the status of projects that the team is working on. The app allows users to create and organize projects, add due dates, files and details and comment or discuss a task from anywhere using the Priv BlackBerry. It also allows business owners to send quick messages from within the app and also stay up to date on important communications.
Adobe Fill & Sign DC
Another powerful app now available for Priv Blackberry users, the Adobe Fill & Sign DC allows users to turn a paper document or digital file into forms. Fill out the forms using Priv, sign and send without breaking a sweat. The app allows users to create their signature using stylus or finger. It also saves many businesses time that would have been spent on scanning, printing and faxing of documents.
Next on the list, the QuickBooks app offers users with the cloud computing version of the well-known accounting software the ability to track their financial status from anywhere. Create, view and send invoices, create and manage balance sheets, capture receipts and organize daily expenses from within the app. It also allows business owners to schedule meetings, attach photos and manage customers.
An app for expense reporting, Expensify is user-friendly and saves the user a lot of time. In a few simple clicks, this app can capture receipts and convert them to expenses. The expense reports can also be quickly converted to PDF. Small business owners who are always on the move can use the app in offline mode, too.
Having these apps on Priv by BlackBerry can help a business owner to keep a close eye on their business from anywhere– even while out of town on business.
Priv BlackBerry is the very first BlackBerry phone to use Android software, after years of clinging to the hope that BlackBerryOS would make a comeback. But the introduction of such popular business apps on the first BlackBerry device to use the more popular Android operating system might just lure some business people back to the BlackBerry brand.