Make It Rain: Top Ten Attorney Apps To Improve Productivity

Make It Rain, top ten productivity apps for attorneys

Today dozens of legal apps can optimize your billable hours and better manage your time. Cloud based technology gives us access to remotely serve clients in real time. Making you more productive.

Here are ten top apps that law firms utilize to improve the bottom line and make it rain.

1. Clio

Rest assured your data is secure while you track time, client information, calendar, tasks and email anywhere, anytime on Clio’s cloud-based legal mobile app. Spend less time tracking and more time billing.

https://www.clio.com/signup/

2. Evernote

Evernote is a leader in the legal industry. Use this powerful app to manage important dates and information to be more organized and productive.

Integrate your smart phone’s camera to remotely capture any document securely.

https://evernote.com

3. One-note

Microsoft OneNote helps lawyers access everything they need for cases in one place. This powerful app keeps you organized and collaborate with colleagues to keep everyone on the same page anywhere remotely.

https://www.onenote.com/

4. Dictate+Connect

Dictate+Connect is the go-to mobile app for lawyers. The dictaphone allows you to turn your iPad into a dictation device that can be synced with several other apps. Simply record and sync testimonies and interrogatories to your evidence.

https://dictate-plus.com/de/

5. OneDrive

OneDrive seamlessly integrates with Microsoft Office suite keeping your data secure with a cloud data storage that can be accessed remotely from your smart phone. Data is protected by Microsoft with multi-factor authentication helps attorneys work faster and smarter with anyone inside or outside your organization.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/onedrive/onedrive-for-business

6. Box

Box manages all of your legal processes from finalizing highly sensitive M&A transactions to executing contracts. This powerful app gives your firm the tools to drive efficiency while complying with the strictest privacy and compliance standards.

https://www.box.com/departments/legal

7. Dropbox

Dropbox is a great app for lawyers to store their documents in the cloud. It has an easy-to-use interface and keeps documents secure with the latest encryption technology to ensure all of your data is stored safely protecting your clients’ confidentiality.

https://www.dropbox.com/

8. Google Drive

This cloud based storage app increases productivity and efficiency helping lawyers streamline processing, document review, appointment scheduling and more. Google Drive integrates with Google Docs letting you seamlessly edit documents directly from your browser. This powerful app is used by top government agencies and organizations for collaboration.

https://www.google.com/drive/

9. iAnnotate

Highlight, draw, stamp, underline, and more with the touch of a finger. iAnnotate allows you to sync documents from multiple online sources such as Dropbox and Google Drive, making document management even easier. This app is very secure and extremely flexible, allowing you to access documents from anywhere.

https://www.folia.com/iannotate

10. Fastcase

Fastcase is the world’s largest free mobile law library. It’s an indispensable app for attorneys practicing law away from the office. Fastcase keeps track of time spent on research, tracking, and filling so you can spend more time engaging with your clients.

https://www.fastcase.com/

Demo all of these apps to help your practice become more productive and efficient.. Leverage these powerful cloud based apps and make it rain!

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