There are more than one million apps for the iPhone. This huge number of applications is one of the reasons the iPhone has proved so successful, by helping turn the device into far more than just a phone, and into the centre of our digital lives.
However, with such a large number of apps, it can be tough to know what you should be downloading, especially if you want to make the most of your iPhone for work purposes, and not just playing Angry Birds or adding some filters to your photos.
So, always keen to help out, V3 has picked 10 of key areas of business life and a few choice selections, to help ensure you're not missing out on any tool that may make your working life that much easier.
If we've missed your favourite app, let us know in the comment box below what you'd add.
10. Travel: By plane, train and automobile
For those regularly riding the rails of the UK the National Rail app is a must. The free app provides a clean, concise interface to help plan travel or look up the next train departing from any station.
Anyone working in, or heading to, London will also want to acquaint themselves with the 'Tube Map - London Underground' app, a free app that provides maps and line information. Those who like to travel efficiently will like the Tube Exits app too, providing detailed information on the best carriage to use when you arrive at your destination.
The CityMapper tool is another free offering that collates key travel data from major cities across the world, so for international jetsetters it's definitely worth having it installed, just in case.
For those who prefer jumping in a cab, though, there are numerous offerings out there, with apps such as Hailo, Uber and good old Addison Lee all after your business through your mobile.
Finally, a few more quirky offerings: the Speed Check app uses your movements to calculate your travelling speed while the Plane Finder AR app provides information on planes passing overhead, showing you their speed, destination and point of origin.
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