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  • Trello


    With a tool like Trello in your possession, you can keep tasks and clients organized while running your freelance business. Exploit online tools like Trello to strengthen our relationships with clients and expand your network for more lucrative opportunities. 

  • SaneBox


    Sanebox is a cloud-based app that scans your inbox to determine what messages are vital to you, presumed on your reading habits. Once you set Sanebox up, its algorithms scan your inbox and ascertain what isn’t essential. Messages you rarely open are filtered into another folder titled “Sane Later.”



    IFTTT (meaning “If This Then That”) is an online automation app that communicates between different devices and apps to stimulate user-specific actions. 

  • Evernote


    While many people restrict Evernote’s usage to merely note-taking and storage, it offers much more to freelancers. Evernote makes your freelance life more manageable by acting as your research assistant, sharing and communication center, tax documents safe, and even a handy reminder.

  • Calendly


    The Nigerian-owned software company operates on a freemium model. The paid plan costs $96 per year. Calendly allows you to show available dates on your calendar. When you share your link, recipients, such as potential clients, can go through the available times and select their preferences.

  • Buffer


    Unlike large companies that can easily employ a social media manager and marketing team to handle social media activities, it’s not easy for freelancers to manage both their jobs and social media. This is where Buffer comes in. Buffer is an easy-to-use streamlined platform with convenient social publishing options.

  • Bidsketch


    Proposal writing is art. And while you may have an engaging elevator pitch, you may not be able to visualize your pitch in an irresistible format. This is where Bidsketch comes in. It provides you with a structure that helps you build your proposal.

  • Backlog


    Backlog by Nulab is a collaboration and project management tool that helps technical and marketing teams monitor ongoing projects such as web development and design.

  • AND.CO


    AND.CO aims to bring ease and efficiency to freelancers, small business owners, and entrepreneurs. This makes it one of the best mobile apps for freelancers to use. AND.CO enables its freelance users to record time by activity and project without jumping a beat.

  • Gmail


    Gmail is one of the best email clients you can choose because of all the collaborative benefits that come with it – Google Drive, Calendar, Docs, etc.