It will play different pre-recorded greetings to different callers. It offers visual voicemail, transcribing speech to text. It will also display in-depth information on incoming calls and messages (including the callers picture, which is automatically imported from Facebook). Integration with SMS clients allows users to respond to voicemails with quick texts.
YouMail is available for the Android, iPhone or Blackberry.
Cost: Free for the basic version; the $1.99/month premium version provides more storage and allows for longer voicemails.
DejaOffices Calendar lets you tap the name from the appointment to either call that person or search for directions.
The DejaOffice suite includes other features that mimic Microsoft Office on the smartphone, including task features, contacts with custom fields that can be sorted by category and a calendar that allows you to set recurring appointments and color-code important events.
DejaOffice is available for the iPhone and the Android.
Cost: The free version is ad-supported; you can disable ads with a one-time payment of $9.95.
Currently available for BlackBerry and iPhone (with others coming soon), capturengo will also capture business cards, storing everything in the cloud. Its interface allows you to enter notes with each receipt or business card.
Cost: Pricing ranges from $5.99 per month for 25 captures/month up to $99/year for unlimited captures.
Scan2PDF Mobile lets you get rid of two pieces of out-dated office equipment (assuming youre not, say, a graphic artist): your scanner and fax. If you need to fax a signed document, you can instead use Scan2PDF Mobile to capture the signed document, which you can then email right from your phone.