Must-have iPhone business apps

Maybe on your next business trip you’ll be able to leave that hulking ultraportable laptop behind

Encamp



Publisher: Alexander Batalov

Price: $9.99

Project management

An increasing number of businesses are relying on Basecamp as their project management and collaboration tool of choice. Though various applications offer to bring the desktop Basecamp’s functionality to the iPhone, Encamp stands out as the quickest and most flexible iPhone Basecamp app of the lot.

Encamp gives you access to all of Basecamp’s core features--such as projects, messages, to-do lists, and milestones--in an interface that loads information quickly (even over EDGE). The app’s dashboard shows you the latest activity overview, while the project tab displays all your active and archived projects.

In the latest Encamp update, you can also view files attached to your Basecamp projects, such as PDFs, images, and Office documents. Encamp does not store project data on the iPhone, though, so the application always requires an Internet connection to access your Basecamp data.

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