Manage your travel expenses digitally: SAP Concur
The most-used travel management tool worldwide, SAP Concur uses the power of cloud technology. You don’t need to hold on to your taxi or restaurant receipts, as you can simply take photos of each receipt and upload it to the app. At the end of your trip, the app generates a report. You can even edit the report by uploading new pictures or adding more details about your expenditures. You can find this free app online at the App Store and Google Play Store.
Know the city like the palm of your hand with offline maps: Maps.Me
During your business trip, you may have limited time and internet access. To find the freshest pastéis de nata in Lisbon or get to Canada’s Banff National Park, set between snowy mountains, like a local, Maps.Me is just for you. This navigation app, used by more than 100 million travellers, can be used offline and is completely free. Simply select your area of interest and follow popular routes prepared for you. You can also mark your own discoveries and share them with friends. Download the app from the App Store and Google Play Store.
Stay part of the team, even if you’re at the other end of the world: Asana
Asana fits the office into your mobile phone. This easy-to-use app allows you to see the daily to-do list, add new jobs and share them with your colleagues, and stay abreast of all the developments and ideas coming out of headquarters. Free for up to 15 persons, Asana is available at the App Store and Google Play Store.
Wherever you want to go: Uber
The fastest way to get from point A to point B in 500 different cities is Uber. Rather than looking for a parking lot or trying to figure out a complex metro system, just click the link and book an Uber to your destination. Since the app uses your current location for the pick-up, you don’t need to provide directions. As well, the fee for the ride is listed when you book, and the app can use your credit card to pay. Once you get in the car, you can follow the route and rate the driver at the end of your ride. As soon as you exit the vehicle, you’ll get a receipt via email for your ride. You can download the app from the App Store and Google Play Store.
Feel like you’re on the streets of your own city: Google Lens
Scan a street sign or an unfamiliar dish in a restaurant and instantly find out what it is, with Google Lens. You have no idea what to order? Popular dishes from the restaurant’s menu are available on the app, along with comments from earlier visitors. Download Google Lens and you’ll feel like you’re part of city. Available on the Google Play Store for free.
Airport maps at hand: FLIO
Adding comfort to your journey, this app puts detailed maps from dozens of airports in your pocket, thanks to a simple interface. The nearest ATM or the best cafeteria for a quick bite are just around the corner with a single click. FLIO shows you the best way to reach the boarding gate and, also, tracks check-in and boarding times. Download the app from the App Store or Google Play Store.
Take note of everything that matters to you: Evernote
The action item list from the meeting, the audio recording of the conference, or a diagram that you’ve carefully drawn in your notebook… With the Evernote app, you can save, organize and share anything you need with your teammates. Evernote’s synchronization feature means that everything on your phone is on your computer and vice versa. To download the app, go to the App Store or Google Play Store.