Pipedrive is a powerful sales application which helps you to keep track of your sales pipelines on the move. It is a sales CRM for small sales teams and businesses that’s designed to help you manage deals more efficiently and give you more control over your sales results.
Pipedrive for iOS allows you to access all of your contacts, deal history, to-do lists and meeting notes that are in the web app wherever you are, and all changes are instantly synced. There’s offline syncing if you’re going to be traveling for a while without access to WiFi or a data plan. Pipedrive aims to manage all aspects of your business including to-do lists, contacts, phone calls and an agenda of activities with potential clients.
Like the web app, Pipedrive also allows you to look up customer and deal details wherever you are, access files related to your contacts and deals, and record or type meeting and call notes.
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting SimplyListed. The developer describes SimplyListed as a new, easy and free way to sell stuff using your iPhone. We regularly host special one-day sales on simplylisted.com featuring items submitted by users in your city. You simply take photos of items you want to sell, and we take care of the rest. On the day of the sale, buyers are shown your items and we notify you when someone is interested so you can complete the sale.
Read on for more information and screenshots!
In 2008, I purchased a shiny new iPhone 3G for myself and my wife and spent a few hundred dollars in the process. Ever since then I’ve been able to buy each new iPhone and it paid for itself within an hour, maybe two at the most. In fact, sometimes I’ve even turned a profit.
So how was I able to do this? How could I possibly pay nothing for a new iPhone? Well truth be told, I’m not really paying nothing, because there is an up front cost. But in the end, being payment neutral is a very nice thing. Heck, even getting some money back is a step in the right direction, right? Let’s talk about it after the jump.
We should be finding out about the new iPhone any day now, but there’s been talk recently about AT&T and Verizon dropping the prices on the iPhone 4 in anticipation of the new model. This is nothing new, they’ve been doing this for years now. But it made me wonder about our reading audience. When do you all buy your iPhones? Do you stand in line on launch day, wait a bit, or scoop them up at sale prices? Let us know in the poll to the right.
Hoarding vast quantities of apps has been a time honored tradition for iPhone owners since Apple began allowing 3rd party development in 2008. However, with over 250,000 apps available from the App Store, finding those that are worthwhile isn’t always an easy task.
Enter AppShopper for iPhone: an app that helps you find other apps at a bargain.