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6 Android apps that just became free

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Android apps that could save you a bundle

Free Android apps come and go, and unless you stay on top of it, chances are you’ve missed out on some great, business-related apps. We’ve done the hard work for you. We’ve gathered six Android apps that are newly free and ready to be downloaded.

These apps include ways to get organized, stay on top of your site analytics, and remember to return important calls. Take a look and see which ones could be of use to you:

1. Taskography

Taskography – Undoubtedly, your to-do list continues to grow every day. This can be overwhelming if you don’t have a way of getting and staying organized. Taskography can solve that problem for you. You can arrange your tasks as active or inactive tasks. Active tasks mean you’re currently working on them or have a set a goal completion date. An inactive task means a due date hasn’t been set yet, but that you’ll get to them eventually.

2. Call 2 Calendar

Call 2 Calendar – Owning a business means you’re always taking or making calls to clients, partners, and customers. Call 2 Calendar will track all your calls, both incoming and outgoing, on your calendar. This allows you to reference your calendar for when it’s time to make follow-up calls or just for billing clients for hours, depending on your line of work.

3. Pocket

Pocket – When you see something worthy of your time online, whether it’s a video, article, or press release, you don’t always have the time to sit and read or view it right away. But that doesn’t mean you can get back to it later. This app allows you to save these items in your digital “pocket” so you can read it when you have some downtime.

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4. Missed Message Alerts

Missed Message Alerts – You can’t always respond to texts or answer calls when they come in. You’re busy. Sometimes you can get caught up in your work and forget about those texts , missed calls, or awaiting voicemails. Missed Message Alerts will continuously vibrate or flash up on the screen until you can get back to it. You can set a time interval for these alerts, so it may not be as annoying as it sounds.

5. GooGooLee Checkout

GooGooLee Checkout – This app is simple and useful. It allows you to view incoming and outgoing orders from Google Checkout. Everything is secure, and you can see all those transactions no matter where you are or when you’re getting back to the office.  This is the perfect solution for those who keep track of all the orders of their small businesses.

6. DroidAnalytics

DroidAnalytics – This app allows you to easily and conveniently see your Google Analytics whenever you want. You can see it all, including bounce rates and page views. Monitor your web traffic at a moment’s notice.

Owning your own business is expensive. However, there are ways you can cut your expenses, and one of those ways is to make good use of free apps. These six are just the start of your options.

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The American Genius Staff Writer: Charlene Jimenez earned her Master's Degree in Arts and Culture with a Creative Writing concentration from the University of Denver after earning her Bachelor's Degree in English from Brigham Young University in Idaho. Jimenez's column is dedicated to business and technology tips, trends and best practices for entrepreneurs and small business professionals.

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