In Pictures: 7 mobile apps that jump-start team collaboration

From conducting video meetings to coordinating to-do lists, these collaboration apps for iOS, Android and more will have your far-flung team working in sync in no time.

DoubleDutch Team Forget about keeping messy joint calendars or calling team members for updates on customer interactions. DoubleDutch Team has you covered. Using a social network-like profile and update system, DoubleDutch Team gives your team a dedicated app for sharing content, updates and business intelligence.

You can view all team activity or zero in on a single customer or project in an encrypted private cloud. And you have the option to geo-tag your posts and/or tag customers in your posts, showing your team exactly where you are and who you're with for a truly collaborative sales process. (Customers won't see the updates unless you allow it.)

Team members can also earn points for posting, receive achievement badges and track their progress on a leaderboard.

Platforms: Android, iOS Price: free

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