Here are some of the top apps of 2013 to give you the organizational edge in 2014.
The Evernote app allows you to take a document and edit it. Since the app can be on a desktop, on an iPhone, and on other mobile devices, you see the changes across the board.
On Evernote Business, you can share the documents with other members of your team or individuals. It gives you a way to bring your team together and have all your important paperwork in one place.
Like Evernote, Invoice2go is a desktop and mobile app that allows you to access your invoices wherever you are. Invoice2go allows you to keep all the invoices organized and in one place. For charge of $99, Invoice2go will make you a custom invoice template to send to all your clients. Most invoicing programs are full accounting programs. Invoice2go takes all those unnecessary features out of the equation to make a true, dedicated invoice program.
Clicky is an in-depth web analytics app. Analytics are in real time. It shows you visitors and interactions, heatmaps for individual user sessions, and alerts when something happens to cause your website to go offline. If you aren’t satisfied with Google analytics and you want something much more on top of things, Clicky is the one to go with.
Prismatic is, oddly enough, a Pandora for news articles. It displays news articles on the topics you’ve chosen. You like or dislike articles. Based on what you like, the app will find articles you are interested in for the future.
Are you a note taker? Vesper has been called one of the most intuitive note-taking apps on the market. You can write text, add tags, and add images. Sidebars also allow for easy navigation through your notes.
Those are the top apps to get you organized for the new year. What top entrepreneur apps do you use? Share it in the comments.