The perennial problem that entrepreneurs have today is a never-ending to-do list. If you’re like me (or my Co-Founder) then you are constantly in a state of hustle – researching your market, dealing with operational backlog, keeping an eye on your competitors, and looking high and low for opportunities to make more revenue.

But can you do all this without falling flat? Well, there’s an app for everything. More specifically, there are great iPhone apps for entrepreneurs that keeping the wheels of your startup turning and help you get work done. Here are some that you’d do well to have on your iPhone if you want to stay on top of your everyday processes and workflow…

1. Wave – Invoicing

This app sends professional invoices to your customers, gives you details of when your invoice was viewed or is due. It also sends automatic payment reminders to your customers. You can integrate your bank accounts with it to instantly update the balance amount.


Compatible with – iOS 10.0 or later

Size – 143.6 MB

User rating – 4.6, 1.4K Ratings

Price – Free

Developed by – Wave Financial, Inc.

2. Addappt – Contact Management

Contacts matter a lot in a business. This app manages your contact book. And oh, the developer has also taken care of your privacy – the app doesn’t store your information on servers or sell it to a third party. Apart from that, it is a smart app that removes the duplicate contacts, auto-updates a contact if the contact number is changed and reminds you of important anniversaries and birthdays.


Compatible with – iOS 10.0 or later

Size – 64.2 MB

User rating – 4.4, 19 Ratings

Price – Free

Developed by – Addappt, inc.

3. Skype – Conferencing

Skype is universal in its recognition. It lets you do video calls, chat during video calls and share photos and videos. The app has gained much popularity for doing client communication. You can efficiently conduct meetings with clients in a remote area. With this app, you can do group video calls with up to 50 members.


Compatible with – iOS 10.0 or later

Size – 143.6 MB

User rating – 4.1, 5.5K Ratings

Price – Skype to Skype calls are free

Developed by – Microsoft

4. OmniFocus – Task Management

OmniFocus gives you the ability to manage your tasks smartly. It lets you add location, priority, person and many other tags to specific tasks. Also with it, you can have an overview of your tasks and calendar events for a particular day. It has Siri support so you can give tasks just by talking. Also it lets you add audio and video to a task.


Compatible with – iOS 11.3 or later

Size – 172.1 MB

User rating – 4.0, 564 Ratings

Price – $49.99

Developed by – The Omni Group

5. Square – Point of Sale

This app provides you with all the services of the sales department. It can create invoices, accept payment from customers via online payment options, track your inventory, keep your sales history and much more. Another great feature of this app is that it can provide analytics for your business so that you can do improvisations in your strategies.


Compatible with – iOS 9.3 or later

Size – 316.8 MB

User rating – 4.8, 67.5K Ratings

Price – 2.75% commission per transaction

Developed by – Square, Inc.

6. Evernote – Planning and Organization

Evernote is a smart note maker wherein you can store your data in the form of handwritten text, typed text, audio, video, web clippings and much more. Also, the app allows you to share notes, so this can be useful to prepare meeting minutes or to prepare a to-do checklist. Apart from that, the app lets you set reminders for top priority tasks too.


Compatible with – iOS 11.0 or later

Size – 126.7 MB

User rating – 4.2, 1.2K Ratings

Price – $7.99 per user/month

Developed by – Evernote

7. Trello – Project Management

Trello is a project management and collaboration tool which is used by thousands of companies of various sizes. It lets you add different tasks, assign employees for it and add media like photos and videos to define tasks more clearly. One unique feature Trello provides is that you can sync calendars and maps for better coordination with your team members, partners and vendors. Clearly, it’s one of the best apps to enhance your project management strategies.


Compatible with – iOS 11.0 or later

Size – 178.7 MB

User rating – 4.7, 677 Ratings

Price – Free

Developed by – Trello, Inc.

8. Polaris Office – Document Editing

Polaris Office is a platform where you can edit Microsoft Office documents conveniently and efficiently. It offers lots of editing options, and you get the same editing experience on your iPhone and iPad as you get on the PC. You can integrate this app with other useful apps and enhance your content strategies.


Compatible with – iOS 9.0 or later

Size – 225.6 MB

User rating – 3.6, 46 Ratings

Price – $19.99

Developed by – Infraware Co.Ltd.

9. Hootsuite – Social Media Management

Using Hootsuite will simplify the work of your social media team. Apart from scheduling, posting and increasing social media engagement you can also implement advanced social media strategies. You can boost your posts via paid social media features. This lets you customize your audience and get great CTR. You can also control the accessibility of an employee and decide which permissions are to be given to a specific team member.


Compatible with – iOS 11.0 or later

Size – 110 MB

User rating – 4.7, 8.4K Ratings

Price – $129 per month for 3 users & 20 social profiles

Developed by – Hootsuite Media, Inc.

Over to You

Which of these apps do you already have on your iPhone? What business functions do you think are essential in your line of work, but you’re struggling to ace, with the convenience and all-time availability of your iPhone? Let’s discuss in the comments to what extent these tools make your day-to-day operations easier and more effective!

About The Author:

Jignesh Padhiyar is the Co-Founder and Chief Editor of iGeeksBlog, the techiest resource on the web for Apple devices. Hugely impressed by the iPod, Jignesh turned into an Apple fanboy a decade and a half ago, and remains a die-hard fan even today.

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