Yeah, I am a road warrior. I do my work from wherever. Today, it was in a restaurant over a short and quiet lunch alone. Obviously, a phone. I have been an Apple convert from a number of years ago. So iPhone it is. Not the latest, but I am satisfied with what I have. (great for taking food pictures) Also, a tablet. In my case, an iPad. Also not the latest, but I will be ready to upgrade soon. Mine is old and getting finicky. But still very useful with the right app. The phone and tablet and computer talk to each otters so that makes things simpler and easier for me. The apps make it though. First app, and service, is Ring Central. I use it for my main business phone line as well as my fax line. It costs less than having land lines for those services and it infinitely more usable. The voicemail is really robust and I get individual smart voice mails like on my iPhone. The VOIP is not the greatest as there can be lags. But I do not use VOIP. Everything that goes to my main number goes to voicemail. It is a practice I started doing over 20 years ago. That way, I control when I go on the phone. After I check messages, I can call back or schedule whatever needs to be done. In many cases, a return call is not necessary. But when it is, using cell phone minutes is no problem as they are unlimited. The other (part of the same service, but costs more) service I really like is the Ring Central Fax. I can fax from any device from anywhere I have internet. My incoming faxes come in like emails and I also get a text alert (also unlimited) letting me know of fax statuses. Sending faxes is as easy as sending an email. Or even easier with the iOS app. But you have to have something to send. I type my cover sheet with Pages. I can also use Word since they both reside on my iPad. But I try to stay native as much as possible. So before my food arrives, I complete my fax cover. Then I open it in PDF Expert. A great app. I also have a PDF document that I need to send in there. I could easily send the documents separately with Ring Central Fax, but PDF Expert allows me to merge as many PDFs as I want into one. So my fax cover and PDF become one document. Then I seamlessly open the file in the Ring Central app. Having one document makes saving the file more intuitive for me. From there I just fax it out. The 21 page document left my iPad in under a minute. And one of my to do's was done with no wasted time. Prep the next thing to do while waiting for the check and I am outta there. Oh, by the way, Notability is an awesome note taking app. But I have a hard time getting away from paper. And Evernote is fantastic as well for storing all kinds of stuff. All of those apps are usable on my phone and tablet. And some are also on my computer, a Macbook Air. I do have a PC, but it stays off most of the time. It gets turned on to do one thing only, then get shut down again. So what mobile tech do you guys and gals use to give you an advantage or to make you more productive. Or at least to make things easier and/or more fun for yourselves? I know there are a lot of business folks and business owners on the forum. And I look forward to picking your brains. Even if your mobile tech is a knife and a .45, please do tell.