For Airfare At Fair Prices If a face-to-face meeting is the surest way to seal the deal, Hopper is a good place to find a cheap flight.

Tell the app the dates you’re looking to fly, and it’ll tell you whether now’s a good time to buy or if you’d be better off waiting a bit.

That little computer in your pocket has come a long way over the years, huh?

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Minute helps you make the most of your meetings by combining pre-meeting agendas and necessary files, along with in-meeting notes and post-meeting action items.

The free version lets you hold up to five meetings each month; it’s a good option for those recurring Monday-morning huddles you’re dreading every Sunday night.

It’s an outstanding way to keep in touch with your team, handling chat and file-slinging with aplomb, and integrating with a heaping helping of third-party productivity services. You’ll probably want some or all of Microsoft’s Office apps (Word, Excel, Power Point), Adobe’s Acrobat Reader for opening PDF files, a cloud-storage service like Dropbox or One Drive, Linked In for networking, and Evernote for keeping track of stuff.

For Making Web Conferencing Remotely Bearable Trying to dial into a meeting remotely is a special circle of hell.

For Lining Up A Day And Time Sometimes just finding a time that everyone’s available to meet is the worst part about meetings.

Invite democratizes the process somewhat, letting you send out multiple possible meeting times and letting your potential invitees vote on which times work best for them.

Drag and drop prebuilt elements, upload photos, create blog posts, and a whole lot more.

The free version lets you build a site up to 500 megabytes in size, with unlimited pages.

Mobile Day makes it miraculously easy by integrating with your calendar, figuring out which services you have to call into, and reminding you when it’s time to call in.