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What apps do you use for Business/work purposes?

Hey everyone, 

 

I hope you had a good start of the week slight smile

 

These days, there are many different apps available to support a business and its employees; they have become very valuable tools to help you be more efficient, safer, more connected with your clients, colleagues, or customers, and so much more!

 

On the O2 Business website, you can find a few recommended ones:

 

 

Do you use any of these suggested apps? Or any other app that helps you professionally?

 

We'd love to know more about which apps you use in your work life!

 

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Re: What apps do you use for Business/work purposes?

In work now I just use CO-pilot sat nav for finding my way to odd places .

But used to use office 365 daily for the usual business tasks
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Re: What apps do you use for Business/work purposes?

Thanks for sharing, @adamtemp64 slight smile

 

Do you find Co-Pilot better than the default map one on your iPhone? I've never used it for navigation as such, only to check my general location and find my way on foot. 

 

I've also used Office 365 before but only ever on laptop. Did you try it on your phone or tablet, and how did it compare to the "classic" use on a computer?

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Re: What apps do you use for Business/work purposes?

Copilot as it is ofline mapping is great for rural locations etc 

 

i have used word excel on my mobile phone and iPad and still do not quite the same feel on iOS but at least allows things across platforms etc 

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Re: What apps do you use for Business/work purposes?

CoPilot is so much better than Google maps, I use it myself. Some people like Waze but I found it intrusive. I no longer have need of business apps and to be honest I never did, phones not allowed at work unless they had no cameras.

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Re: What apps do you use for Business/work purposes?

I might give CoPilot a go, you've both made me quite curious @adamtemp64 and @jonsie!

 

As for Office 365 I would imagine it's a different feel on a tablet or mobile but the cross-platform side of it is very practical so that's a good point. Sometimes you do need to get stuff done on the go slight smile

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