My Top 7 Apps: Richard Lavina from Taxfyle

For today’s top 7 apps I have Richard Lavina from Taxfyle.

Taxfyle is a secure on-demand marketplace where clients have access the highest tax and accounting knowledge. Clients can submit jobs, connect with a licensed certified public accountant, chat, exchange documents and sign for their return, all on their mobile or desktop device.

Let’s have a look at his list.

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Taxfyle Team Photos - Rooftop - March 20161) Postmates: Love their food selection here in Miami, plus who has time to go out to lunch

2) Robinhood: Brought style to finance

3) PaybyPhone: Do people still carry around coins?

4) Lightroom: Will drain your battery in a blink of an eye but the photo quality combined with filters rivals traditional SLRs even on 4K

5) Audible: How else do people learn?

6) Skype: Probably the first start up I learned about and I’m still relying on it daily

7) Capture: Im a big GoPro guy

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Thanks to Richard for his list. I use Skype and Audible daily!

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3 Responses to My Top 7 Apps: Richard Lavina from Taxfyle

  1. Michael Archer January 12, 2017 at 3:51 pm #

    According to Richard from Taxfyle, his list of the top ranking apps
    includes the good old favourite- Skype, the foodie related Postmates,
    PaybyPhoneand the picture quality oriented Lightroom.

  2. John Smith January 13, 2017 at 8:10 am #

    Richard Lavina from the unassailable marketplace Taxfyle named the
    apps namely PostMate, RobinHood, PaybyPhone, Lightroom, Audible, Skype
    and Capture as the featured leading ones based on his analysis.

  3. Pyramidion Solutions February 21, 2017 at 1:49 pm #

    Richard from Taxfyle has listed the best apps for the day where Postmates is sitting pretty in the featured list along with Audible and the ever reliable Skype.

    It is interesting to see Lightroom which is featured in the list of Richard’s top apps for the day. The app provides ultra rich photo quality at the cost of rapid battery drainage.

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