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Tuned In On the Go

Small business owners are a mobile lot. Whether it’s going from job site to job site or opening up the Chinese market, the new tools available for mobile business owners are pretty amazing.

The following are a few resources you might want to consider if you find that your business takes you to other cities, countries and cultures.

  • Google Translate for the iPhone – on the more tab of of Google for iPhone you just type in a word or phrase and pick your language.
  • Handango – entire suite of software tools including maps and guides for cities and subways.
  • Evernote – powerful note taking software that syncs with laptop, mobile phone and online versions. Even allows you to record audio notes and photo notes
  • iPhone and iTouch applications – daily changing list of travel applications including city guides from Frommers, traffic guides, airport status alerts, local restaurant reviews and more
  • RDM+remote desktop for mobile – check files, email, anything on your PC from mobile phone

So, mobile warriors – what tools have you found useful?

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  • http://agentgenius.com/?author=2 Lani Anglin-Rosales

    (1) Jott is a MUST
    (2) PimpMyNews reads me my news when I’m jogging or driving.

    I LOVE the move toward mobile technology- even a LAPTOP feels restraining these days!

  • http://tornadomktg.com Adrianne Machina

    My favorite mobile app is Microsoft One Note. It synchs to my computer beautifully. And I can’t believe you didn’t mention Jott! I know you’re a huge fan. You turned me onto Jott.

    Adrianne Machina
    Duct Tape Coach

  • John Jantsch

    @Adrianne – still love Jott, just thought people figured I was no their payroll since I talk about it so much so I gave it a rest today.