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Agility’s Top 8 Business Applications of 2020

Mobile applications have changed the way businesses operate. They’re becoming more popular and more powerful, and most importantly, they can make a company run smoothly. There’s an application for almost everything; for improving daily operations, organizing ideas, managing travel expenses, and many more.

As a business owner, you should have all the answers, like solving problems, communicating with staff members and customers, managing finances, marketing, and so on. To make your life a bit easier, you need the best business applications.

Today, everyone uses a smartphone, that’s why so many business owners are making the move to business applications – they need their workers to get work done from any location, and at any time.

What to look for in small business applications

  • Affordability
  • No commitment plans
  • Easy to use
  • Scalability
  • Good customer service
  • Should have a direct impact on investment

Business apps are vital tools for every modern business. To help you on the way, we created a shortlist of the top 8 business applications available in 2020.

  1. Zoom

Zoom is one of the most popular video conferencing solutions out there. This app has transformed the way Agility communicates with clients and customers during the COVID-19 outbreak.


  • A free plan that has all the basics for video conferencing.
  • There’s no limit to the number of meetings to hold, and others can easily join the meeting with the Zoom app or by calling from a phone line.
  • It integrates with Chrome and Outlook
  • Paid plans have business-oriented features such as user grouping and management and an admin dashboard to keep track of meetings and participation.
  • The quality of the video is great (up to 720p) and audio comes through clearly on good internet connections.
  • Various users can share screens and annotate with whiteboard properties.
  • Zoom works on iOS/iPadOS, macOS, Android, and Windows. Therefore, all devices used in your organization are covered.
  1. Cam Scanner

This may seem surprising, but unless you’re an archivist or accountant, you most likely don’t require a traditional scanner. Smartphone scanning apps today are simply that good.

Having an app that makes it possible for you to scan documents and convert them into other formats such as PDFs always comes handy. It is better than taking pictures using a mobile phone and sending them across, particularly if you want to send official documents.

Cam Scanner makes use of the camera of the phone to take a picture of your document, crop, edit, make a PDF, and then give you the option of sharing it. They also give more options such as merging files, adding password protection, watermarks, and so on. This application is packed with features and is quite popular.

  1. Trello

Trello is an eye-catching, fun, and intuitive application that makes it possible for users to collaborate around work. Agility uses this as a project planner in-house.

The biggest challenge users’ encounter is deciding if it is the proper collaboration app to manage work. Trello is a kanban board app, a software category best used for organizing and tracking work as it moves through a workflow.

It is not ideal for traditional project management. Despite this, the selling points are the ease of use and ability to share Trello boards with outside partners.

Because it’s flexible, it may need some experimentation to decide how best to use it for a team and the workload to manage. New templates reduce that burden, giving you suggestions on how to get started in various contexts.

  1. ZohoCRM

Zoho CRM is designed affordably and beautifully. It is the best overall CRM for businesses. Agility uses Zoho to manage its clients and relationships with customers.

This breezy software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution resembles a lightweight cloud product, but it has a surprising number of high-end features and customization options for business owners.


  • Zoho has amazing features, even for basic users

They include reports and dashboards, document library, laid-out tasks and profiles, scoring rules, tools for forecasting sales, call center connectors, and the ability to mass email, and the ability to handle up to 100,000 records.

  • Popular integrations and extensions

No other CRM makes it easier to integrate all of your favorite products than Zoho does. Through its marketplace, you can choose from various broadly used products.

  • Various customization options

There are some customization options that all users have access to, but at the Enterprise level, users can do advanced custom views, change page layouts, include custom buttons and conditional fields, and build out custom modules. At the Ultimate level, you can gain a higher level of customer support.

  1. Shift

Shift is the desktop application used for streamlining accounts, apps, and workflows. It is where work gets done. It is all of your accounts, applications, and workflows in one desktop workspace, created for focus and efficiency.

It was designed for people that are tired of switching between accounts, and logging in and out. Shift is a logical and beautiful solution for better managing everything. You can link all of your favorite applications and make the perfect workflow for you and your team.


  • Your email accounts will be in one space
  • Connect your favorite apps
  • Work quicker by using Chrome Extensions
  • Access the web from inside Shift
  • Unify your search
  • Work with focus
  1. Helicopter Game

We had to sneak this in as it is not strictly a business game, but it is an office favorite and a classic during downtime.

The popular Helicopter Game is so addictive that you probably won’t be able to stop playing. There have been reports of people playing this game so much that they had to do strange things like filing for divorce or quitting jobs. This shows that the game is very addicting.

This game is played by trying to fly your little helicopter as far as you can by maneuvering it through the green cave. Overcome the obstacles and don’t crash into any of the cavern ceilings or floors. If you crash once, no matter how far you have flown, you’ll have to start all over. The aim of the game is to see how far you can cover before finally crashing.

  1. AutoEntry

This app is great for sending in receipts for the accounts team to process. It eliminates manual data entry to simplify bookkeeping tasks and saves time.

The pricing for AutoEntry is spot on in terms of paying what you use and carrying over credits. The app copes well with huge invoices and has a good range of rules to code the transactions.

  1. Calendly

Calendly is a scheduling app used for organizing appointments and meetings between individuals and their colleagues, and between companies and clients.

It makes it possible for users to set their availability preferences, and send out their personalized invitation link to arrange appointments or meetings. The invitee is given a selection of available times and dates based around their availability and can choose from these.

This application allows users to set up and send out various kinds of invites, allowing invitees to select the meeting format, which team member they wish to communicate with, or both.

The Bottom Line

There is no doubt that the best Agility business applications help boost productivity (for both employers and employees) and will make your life more efficient. When you take on any of these apps listed above, your workday will be better for it.