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05/31/2016 03:44 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

The 5 Apps Every Entrepreneur Needs in 2016

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Being an entrepreneur has its perks. You make your own fate, you don't need to answer to anyone and not to mention, you take all of the profit. However, it also comes with its ceremonially high levels of responsibilities and stress. Thanks to technology, however, multitasking for entrepreneurs is much easier today than it was a decade ago. As a tribute to entrepreneurs and technology, here are the 5 productivity apps no entrepreneur can do without:

Evernote
Creating a digital notebook has never been easier. Through Evernote's Web, iOS or Android apps, you can keep track of our everyday life, take notes, pen down thoughts, create presentations, snip web pages and so much more. Whether you are a salaried employee or an entrepreneur with extensive burdens of daily work, Evernote is sure to have some utility for you.

Dropbox
The extraordinarily efficient file hosting service seems to be a hit amongst everyone, entrepreneurs and employees alike. Keeping your files safe, synced and connected, it makes it unbelievably easy to store and share files within your organization, not to mention that it has both free and premium versions available, accessible through Android, iOS and Web applications.

Humin
Networking is an integral path of entrepreneurship. The more your connections, the bigger your business. But isn't it embarrassing to forget someone's name after meeting them just yesterday? Humin takes care of that for you. By helping you remember the little details about each and every contact you have, it makes it a lot easier for you to build as many connections as you please.

Pingboard
Figuring out your organization's hierarchy is important. Many entrepreneurs even believe that it is important to know each of their employees personally. Pingboard's org chart software makes this process a whole lot easier by displaying a clear-cut chart that shows who reports to whom within your organization, no matter how small or big.

Letterspace
Provided that you haven't yet settled on an exceptional note-taking app for your business, Letterspace might be an interesting proposition. Utilizing hashtags to keep notes organized, Letterspace helps you save time as you quickly pen down and read through pages of notes for your business. This makes for an efficient way to remember and recollect important information.

Are you an entrepreneur? What apps do you utilize for your business? Please let us know.