Apps 5 Must Have Cell Phone Apps For Attorney’s

Published on April 4th, 2017 | by Christopher Porteus


5 Must Have Cell Phone Apps For Attorney’s

Are you an accident lawyer, a paralegal, or work another job in the field? Being an attorney is an incredibly difficult profession and any small tool that helps can be a godsend for making your day go a little smoother and more organized. Luckily enough, there are tons of apps out there that can help you build a strong case, connect with clients, help with your travel plans, and more with the touch of a button.

Evernote Scannable

Evernote is one of the best apps in existence no matter what you’re profession or who you are. It’s a brilliant app that allows you to write down all your notes, save links, collect images, and more. But the Evernote Scannable app goes one step further. This app allows you to scan any receipt that you have, a piece of paper, or even a bottle of wine and will upload that information into Evernote so it can be compiled and easily organized. Add this to your phone today and it will be something you use constantly.


Dashlane is a great tool to protect your data from hackers. If you’re worried about keeping sensitive information safe you can never take too many precautions. Dashlane will work to secure any digital wallet you might have, it will automatically save images of receipts, and it has a TouchID feature if you have a compatible cell phone. The system also has complex login details, so it’s harder for someone to get into it manually as well.


As an attorney, you probably travel a lot and with all of that travel is can be hard to organize everything. Flight details get lost in the deep abyss of e-mails, hotel stays get changed, and meetings get cancelled. TripIt is a great app that will scour your e-mails and automatically organize all of your flight details, hotel stays, car rentals, and more seamlessly. It makes for easier travel so that you can stay organized while focuses on your important case.

Google Hangouts

Google Hangouts is a great tool for group chatting multiple people, whether via a text chat or through voice and video calls. It’s quickly come onto the scene and dominated as a device for employees to get together and chat. It’s incredibly valuable for online meetings.

Last Message

If you hate the feeling of your phone dying while you’re texting someone because you’re worried they might think you’re ignoring them, than Last Message is a great download for you. Whenever your cell phone reaches a certain low level of battery percentage, the device will send out a text message to everyone you’re actively messaging and let them know that your cell phone is about to die.

If you’re an attorney who is looking to spruce up their mobile game to integrate their daily tasks more seamlessly, then downloading these five apps will do wonders to help you stay organized and make your job easier.

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Chris Porteous is a veteran in the tech space, founding Framestr and writing about his experiences scaling startups. When he's not working, he's writing about the latest tech products and providing insights on how to utilize technology to improve your life.

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