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10 Best Apps for Virtual Team Building

Do you know what your teammates’ watched on TV last night? Do you know who prefers to talk on the phone and who prefers instant messaging? Do you know who the early risers and night owls are?

If you answered no, it’s time to get to know your remote co-workers a little better. Here are 10 of the most fun and productive apps for better virtual team building.

10 mobile apps to promote virtual team building:

  1. Good.Co: Take quizzes and share the results with your team to better understand everyone’s strengths and weaknesses.
  2. Popmoji: Communicate the feelings and expressions behind your text messages better with these giant, high-resolution emojis.
  3. Carcassonne: Bond over a medieval-style digital board game by downloading the asynchronous multiplayer gaming app.
  4. Finger Tap Challenge: For mindless fun with co-workers, see who can tap their phone the fastest with this free multiplayer gaming app.
  5. iBrainstorm: Brainstorm together on the go. Add sticky notes, emojis and scribbles to the shared mind mapping space.
  6. Mohiomap: Don’t just share your Evernote notes, visualize them with this iOS app that turns your cloud data into mind maps.
  7. Central Desktop: View team updates, tasks and calendars on your phone with this collaboration and project management app.
  8. Klok: Visualize time zones and convert time so you can easily identify the best times to call, meet or chat each other.
  9. iMeet® Agenday: Poll your team to find the best times to meet, connect to online meetings and send last-minute messages if you’re late.

Download iMeet Agenday free today at Agenday.com.

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About Ashley Speagle

Ashley Speagle is a Florida-born, Georgia-raised communications specialist, couch movie critic, dream interpreter, acrophobic adventure seeker, outdoors enthusiast, and easy-going introvert.

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