Where would today’s business world be without mobile internet? Staying connnected makes you a more efficient manager, employee, and student. Recently, OnlineMBA put together a list of 47 incredible apps for business students. Here are 10 of our favorites:
This app was developed by Hewlett-Packard. Now you can do quick calculations with the same algorithms and keystrokes as the original calculator!
Get a crash course in business with this app that was named one of the top adult education apps for 2011. It’s basically a textbook overview with flashcards and tests to monitor your progress on everything from IT to marketing to business law and economics.
Host meetings from your iPad. You can even invite people on the go with a text-message. You can share your screen while video conferencing or use the on-screen highlighter or whiteboard to brainstorm. A must-have for group projects, we use it at Noodle to communicate with colleagues working remotely and our developers at Intellysis in the Dominican Republic.
Get all the financial news you need on the go with this app. The news automatically updates throughout the day or or you can save articles for later to read offline.
Read, scan and share PDFs effortlessly with PDF Reader Pro. Great for filling out forms or reading course documents. You can also turn other documents into PDFs and share them with classmates or coworkers.
You can use this app to track equity performance, market research, investor relations and general news about the economic markets.
This top-rated and popular app is everything you ever wanted in a spreadsheet app. It was built from the ground up specifically for iPhone and iPad and lets you create spreadsheets with over 250 functions, charts, tables and graphics. You can sync your data in the cloud so it’s always up to date across your devices.
Get access to the online and print content resources of the Harvard Business Review through this app. This includes videos, tips, stats and interviews with business leaders.
This cool mind-mapping app lets you create and share conceptual maps. Perfect for papers and getting on the same page with group projects.
It’s not cheap but this all-in-one app packs quite a punch. It’s part 1 of a four part business education series, it includes a full text course, interactive flash cards and comprehensive chapter-level tests. It’s more like a textbook in app form.