4 Apps guarantees saves you $200 in office equipment

Evernote:

Of course you need a word processor to keep your thoughts. Evernote is better than that. It can keep text note, pictures, audio or even your scratch paper. Your note can be accessed from your web browser, installed desktop program, smartphone or tablet. And you can share the note with other members for collaboration. This is the application I use everyday in office or at home.

 

Camsanner:

Most scanners now are equipped with office printers in most small business office. It would be convenient that you can scan documents without sharing the scanner with other employees. For instance, when your client requests to fax or scan the signed packing slip after delivery, you can use Camscanner to scan the document and then send it out by email or sharing the scanned document in dropbox or any other way. For myself, I first used this App when my realtor asked me to send her the deposit check as the earnest money when bidding a condo. At the time, I was at my 9-5 job in office and I didn’t want to use the scanner in a shared printer. I soon went to Google Play and found this App and immediately I paid $4.99 to buy the full version. I like this tool. I use in my regular job.

SignNow:

Again, I found this App at the same time I was bidding a condo. If you ever bid any house or condo, you know what I am talking about. Long before you buy the real estate property, you need to sign pages of pages discloures with your purchase contract. When I was first house hunting in 2004, the agent would email us all documents in PDF files. We had to print out all documents, sign/initial each page and then “FAX” back to the realtor’s office where most realtors didn’t work in their office. To print 20 to 30 pages documents per offer, I brought a laser black/white printer which was faster and saved $$$ on cartiage in the long run compared to the ink-jet type. So, if you need to fill any document in PDF format, try SignNow.


CamCard

With CamCard app, you don’t need a rollar dex to keep business cards. Once you take a picture on a business card, CamCardwill transform to a new contact entry. The contact is not only stored in CamCard but it is synced together Google Contacts.

More cool stuff is you can write a note that links to each contact. Just like in old times, you write a memo on each business card as reminder. More friendly, you can export contacts in excel file.

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