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Top Online Business or Investment Apps You should Consider to Improve Your Income.

1 Binance:
It is an app that enables you to trade any cryptocurrency. It is easy to use.

2 PayPal:
It is an apps that enables you to pay for transactions and also monitor your transaction online.

3 YouTube:   YouTube gives you easy access to videos that you can learn different hustle or things online.

4 LinkedIn: It is a social media for businesses, investors etc.

5 Instagram and Facebook: You can Instagram or Facebook applications to promote your products online.

6 Jiji and Olx: Jiji and olx app can be used to sell some of your products.

7 Email marketing: It is a 24/7 job. Tools like MailChimp make it easy to launch campaigns from a mobile device. With just a few taps you can create the same campaign on your mobile device that you would have created from your desktop. You can even monitor campaign progress, edit subscriber profiles, and run multivariate reports, all from your handheld device.

8 HubSpot: It is not only one of the best marketing automation tools on the market, it also provides users with robust iOS and Android apps that allow you to manage contacts between your marketing, sales, and service teams...all while on the go. You'll be able to monitor leads as they move through the funnel, communicate with partners on other teams, and evaluate campaign metrics to determine if wholesale changes need to be made.

9 Skype Competitors have tried to knock Skype off its videoconferencing throne, but the app remains effective and popular, with more than 10 million reviews on Google Play.

You can use Skype to video or voice call anyone in the world; get up to 25 people together on a call; transmit video, photos and files of any size; share your computer screen; and send text or voice messages.

10 TD Ameritrade: The best overall stock trading app experience comes from TD Ameritrade, one of the largest brokerage firms in the country. TD Ameritrade actually offers multiple mobile apps depending on your needs. First is the basic TD Ameritrade Mobile app, which gives you much of the power you have on your desktop stock trading app in a mobile experience for iOS, Android, and Windows phones. For a more powerful trading experience, there is the TD Ameritrade Mobile Trader app, available for iOS and Android.

For beginning and passive investors, the TD Ameritrade Mobile app offers plenty of power for your needs. You can customize your dashboards and screens, access research and advice, transfer funds, get market alerts, and even watch videos teaching how different types of trades and investments work. TD Ameritrade Mobile Trader is better for advanced and active investors, as it is loaded with charts, technical indicators and analysis to help you make trade decisions and enter on the go.

11. Coinbase:

Everyone (and their grandmother) is babbling about Bitcoin these days, driving prices up and causing pundits to talk about tulips.

I’m wary of calling bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies “investments,” as they seem to fit the classic definition of “speculation” (WWBGT — What Would Benjamin Graham Think?).

Graham said to never mix your investing account with your speculative account, so here’s a solution: Coinbase is an easy way to buy and sell Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum in one account. The app has a very simple interface that allows you to track prices, and you can make transactions using a bank account or even a credit card. Make sure to read their fee structure first.

Remarkably, Coinbase even hit #1 on the App Store for a few days.

12. Personal Capital:

Personal Capital is a terrific finance tracking tool to help you manage your investments, especially if you have multiple accounts with different firms. Their trademarked “You Index” tracks your performance across all of your accounts and compares it to benchmarks like the Dow and the S&P 500.

You can work with one of their financial advisors, if you’re so inclined, for a reasonable annual fee based on managed assets. When I registered and linked my accounts, I received a free consultation with my assigned advisor, who had previously worked for Charles Schwab and Edward Jones. Since I manage my own investments, I declined this service.

Personal Capital also has a budgeting tool, which is not nearly as robust as Mint’s, but for keeping track of your investments, Personal Capital blows Mint out of the water.

13. Yahoo! Finance:

Yahoo! Finance is still one of the best investing information resources available, and their app is my go-to for news and real-time data throughout the trading day. The ability to quickly and easily browse videos, read basic charts and view financials (all for free!) make this app stand out.

They’ve recently added a feature allowing you to link your broker account so you can easily trade through the app, but I have not tried this out, nor do I plan on doing so anytime in the future.