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iRubyTime can be used when you want to track the time spent on one project by one employee. It makes it easier to track the time spent on specific projects, since you can set priorities and deadlines to that one project. For the freelancer it's equally reliable, as it helps you count the hours you worked on a project and bill the client accordingly. Multiple users can be created, and you can create administrator and client accounts. Administrators and clients both can track the progress of the ongoing project and they can decide the ETA based on the data. They can add, edit and create new projects, too, and can monitor employees' ongoing work, including the history of the projects. Free for iDevices.
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This one's an "oldie" (on the world of apps) but always worth a mention.
You can organize your travel plans in one place! What a concept. Just forward your travel confirmation emails to
The Voxer app (free for iPhones and Androids) lets you send audio, texts and photos through the app, to instantly communicate with one person or a team. Recipients can listen to your message in real time or check audio messages later.
This app lets you give verbal richness to photos on your phone (for example, "A fun shot of our exhibitors doing business in their booth!"). You can e-mail, text, tweet, or share the images online, complete with narration! Use it to sing Happy Birthday to a coworker, or instruct the hotel as to exactly how you want that oddly-shaped room set up.
Free in iTunes.
For that 2014 resolution to work more and Facebook less...Recommended by Real Simple magazine (you know, the one with the great photography), SelfControl is a free and open-source application for Mac OS X (10.5 or above) that lets you block your own access to distracting websites, your mail servers, or anything else on the Internet. Just set a period of time to block for, add sites to your blacklist, and click "Start." Until that timer expires, you will be unable to access those sites - even if you restart your computer or delete the application! Free; visit
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