Back with another Top 7 apps post. This week we have Neil Jessop from OnePoint Global, Neil is the CEO and Co-Founder.
“OnePoint Global is the global survey software platform leader, and the trusted choice of global research agencies and brands. Our mobile survey technologies, including our flagship APP, SMS, Online and MobileWeb, have supported over 30,000 studies across 74 countries with over 32 million mobile surveys completed each year. Our surveys are fully optimised for all mobile devices, making it easy to answer them on any device. We love mobile and our best-in-class mobile survey solutions enable mobile surveys to be undertaken across Any Handset, Any Country, Any Language – Anytime, Anywhere”
Let’s get on with his list of apps.
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iThoughts – this is top of my list. I use a lot of mind mapping for work, mainly for business strategy. This app means I’ve always got the mind maps on my iPad, and I can easily share them with the senior management team or print them out.
ScannerPro – Being on the move a lot, this is useful as it lets me photograph a document and then email, print or save it. It’s great for signing contracts, but also for keeping a digital record of receipts. Who needs a scanner anymore?
Rightmove – I’m house hunting, and this is good because it works across all platforms. My wife and I use the same log-in on our separate devices, and can quickly see what properties the other one liked without having to e-mail each property to each other.
MySurveys App – cheeky to mention, I know, but we have a great Survey App that clients can brand, easily and multiple times for themselves and their clients. I’m in the app all the time, showing it in meetings, demonstrating what the app can do. Some people have never considered using an app for surveys, but they’re usually convinced when they see their own branding on it and the fact that respondents can fill in surveys even if they’re offline.
XE Currency Converter – I couldn’t live without a currency converter. We do business with so many countries around the world, and have offices in six countries, so today’s currency rate is important.
TrainingPeaks – I’m doing my 5th IronMan in Lanzarote in May 2016, and my new coach just told me to get this app that we can use together. He uploads my training programme on it so I know what sessions I need to do to keep on top of my Ironman-training. My Garmin watch logs my exercise and syncs it with TrainingPeaks, immediately pinging a message to my coach saying what I’ve done. With the Garmin keeping track on me, there’s no cheating my way out of a session!
Trainerroad – another great training app, specifically for indoor cycling. I use it to track my stats over time and check my fitness level. It also gives me interval workouts to make me a faster cyclist.
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Thanks to Neil for his list of apps. Definitely going to give iThoughts a go!
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