In a few weeks, Apple will finally release its highly anticipated Apple Watch to eager consumers. No doubt, you may be one of those individuals that can’t wait to get one of these devices around their wrists. If you are, then we’re here to tell you about some apps for the Apple Watch that will be particularly exciting for you as a businessperson. Let’s take a look:
No doubt, you’re probably already making great use of this incredible app on your computer and other mobile devices. Well, when the Apple Watch launches, you’ll be able to use Evernote on it as well!
This has rapidly become one of the most popular analytics platforms for business in the world. Now, with Salesforce’s Apple Watch app, professionals who use Salesforce will be able to take it with them wherever they go, having easy access to their dashboards right on their wrists.
Those who need to keep a constant thumb on their business’ social media status will be able to do literally that with Twitter’s Apple Watch app. If you’re a social media marketer, then having this on your fancy new wearable is essentially a no-brainer.
If you’re a professional that does some degree of contract work, then you might find this app very useful. It will track when you arrive to places where you’ll be doing work, and it will then keep track of your hours, which you can then bill for later.
If you’re a person that needs to go through piles and piles of emails everyday, then you’ll want this app. It will provide a quick distillation of every email in your Gmail inbox, providing an estimated reading time for when you actually want to read the message word for word.
Do you travel a lot for business? Then you’ll want this app on your wrist. That’s because this app will keep you constantly up to date with everything that involves your flight, from when you need to be at the gate to any gate changes as they happen.
The way that we all check into and out of hotels may be changing forever. With their app for Apple Watch, Starwood will allow guests to check in directly from their wrists, and they’ll even be able to unlock their hotel rooms by simply placing their Apple Watch near the room door.
This app is currently still in development, but its developers hope to have it ready for the Apple Watch’s launch. It will help its user keep track of the key points of a presentation, prompting them when it’s time to switch topics. In addition, a user can look at their watch for an at-a-glance understanding of how much time is left.