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Fans of Bloomberg Business will soon be able to get all their news on the Apple Watch. The app lets you get the top headlines on your main screen and bookmark stories to read later. Using the motion detection in the Apple Watch, the headlines are updated everytime you move your wrist to glance at it. You can also have a personal watchlist that keeps track of a portfolio of stocks, funds, indexes, and currencies. You can monitor movement on securites, see total gains and losses, and get a list of “leaders” and “laggers”.
Keep an eye out for the Bloomberg Business app when the Apple Watch launches on April 24.
Straight from Hong Kong, Paxifi has rolled onto the App Store. It's designed to let taxi and limo drivers sell convenience goods to their customers easily during their trip. These can include things like snacks, drinks, headache tablets, umbrellas, sunscreen, and so on. Paxifi can basically turn a cab or limo into a mobile store.
All drivers have to do is register their store, choose what they want to sell, and download a sticker that contains a QR code. Paxifi provides riders a catalog to browse through as they ride and keeps track of sales to make it easy to see results.
You can check out Paxifi for free on the App Store.
eBay recently updated their mobile auction app to enhance your selling and buying experience.
Now when you search for something to buy you can also see followed and recent searches in the search bar along with your interests, follows, and favorites that can be seen in an enhanced Following page. If you are selling, you'll be happy to hear that the app now allows you to sell an item with a single tap.
You can download the updated eBay app for free right now.
OfficeTime, the time tracking app by Productive Monkey, will be getting a version for the Apple Watch soon. The app allows you to track your billable time spent on projects or tasks, and the watch will then then sync with your iPhone, Mac or PC to create reports.
You can check out the coming soon page and sign up for advanced look at OfficeTime for the Apple Watch now.
Speek, the free conference call app that allows you to create personal URLs for easier connecting, has released details about the new "Speek for Business."
Speek for Business will include features like screen sharing, branded conference calls with a custom logo, colors and links to your website and social media accounts, and the ability to manage Speek links for your staff. It will also have a dashboard for your company's conference calls. The service set to be priced at $19 per month per user.
Matt Turner, CTO of Speek said, “This is easily the best thing we have done at Speek. Bringing teams together over a medium that has for too long been stuck in the 20th century was a natural progression on top of the conference call. We are beyond excited about the opportunity we have to help teams stay on the same page when it comes to their calls.”