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By Susan Gilbert 

I have some business calendar apps to help you improve your schedule. Here’s four links with tips and tricks to kick start your Monday.

With so many different tasks to grow our business there are apps available today that can help us be more efficient and avoid missing important appointments. There are resources that can help you stay on target while increasing sales. Do you need to improve your work day? Take advantage of these apps, and let me know how these work for you!

1) Manage your day online or offline – CalenGoo

Quickly and easily make changes to an online calendar wherever you may be. With CalenGoo, available on iOS, you can update and modify your Google calendar and stay on task. Features include integration with Google Calendar and the iOS/iCloud calendars as well as a .pdf print function.

2) Simple events reminder and timer – Countdown!!

Looking for a free app to countdown an important travel date or event? Then you will love Countdown!!, which is perfect for planning and scheduling. Visualize exactly when your next product launch, book release, client meeting, ect. will be taking place with customization available for multiple countdowns.

3) User friendly schedule management – WeekCal

Get an overview of all of your scheduled tasks and events with the ability to share. WeekCal is simple to use and can even be sent via email. Features include integration with iCloud, Exchange or Google calendar, and the option to upgrade to a premium subscription to gather news, weather, sports, ect.

4) Stay on track with appointments – CalAlarm 2

Would you like a gentle reminder for your calendar tasks? That is what CalAlarm 2 provides in its newly updated app for iOS. It is fully customizable, with great settings to help you stay in the loop. Choose either a snooze or move setting that can be set for specific time slots throughout your day.

Hopefully you will find these mobile apps for business helpful to your productivity and scheduling. Are there any that you would like to add as well?

By Susan Gilbert 

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