Published On:Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The iPhone is not only an eye-catching piece of kit that enables you to create calls, it is so far more than that. iPhone make life plenty easier because of all those nice apps accessible via the App Store that can be used to buy weekly groceries, create dinner reservations, play scrabble with my friends from everywhere the globe.
Here are some such cool apps:
RedLaser: The Redline Laser Application has a barcode feature that let its users to check different products. It takes picture of the product and sends the information to the server. It also allows users to make comparison of the products and gives quick and useful information. Whether this application is used for personal shopping, or to scan multiple items this handy application confirms an effective means through which products can be maintained, stored, bought, and compared and also the user can request a list of products and their prices via email.
Analytics Pro:- AnalyticsPro is very easier to use than regular Google Analytics. Analytics Pro saves a lot time and effort when checking website's traffic. This iPhone App allows users to easily view their graphs, charts and without logging into computer The application is based on six main categories of statistics namely summary, visitors, traffic sources, content, goals, and e-commerce. You'll be able to manage your Google Analytics account and export that information to pdf and text format.
Cisco Mobile 8.1:- Its a wonderful application that turns your iPhone into a fully loaded Cisco IP phone. It allows you to handle your office calls using the Internet in place of your mobile service provider. You can make, receive and manage your all calls by using Wi Fi while you are away from the office. All you need s a Wi Fi connection to your office connection.
About the Guest Author:Frank Champlin
Frank Champlin writes for small business phone systems. He is a freelance content contributor and likes to write about various spheres like Social Media and technology trends. He is a keen observer and contributor for various technology forums.