15 Coolest Mobile Software Products Of The 2020 Mobile 100

We round up the top mobile software products for businesses, such as apps for communications, collaboration and productivity.

Mobile Software Leaders

Enabling the mobile and remote workforce in 2020 means more than just providing the right hardware. Mobile devices are far more useful if they offer business communications and collaboration software on par with (or better than) their desktop setup. Software that enables workers to connect seamlessly to their desktop phone and PC is crucial as well--as are mobile applications for productivity such as cloud-based file storage.

To give a sense of some of the top mobile software solutions worth considering, we've rounded up 15 of the coolest mobile software products currently available.

8x8 Virtual Office

With the 8x8 Virtual Office app, remote workers get access to their office phone line on their iOS or Android device. An array of helpful features include switching from your desk phone to smartphone during a live call, simultaneously ringing your desk and mobile phones, three-way calls and call forwarding.

Apple iOS 13

In iOS 13, Apple introduced new capabilities for businesses including User Enrollment. The solution allows corporate workers to easily keep their personal data and business data separate on their iPhone. User Enrollment enables workers to have two separate IDs on a single device, which are walled off from each other.


AT&T Business offers a wide range of mobility software solutions for mobile workforces including Mobility-as-a-Service--allowing businesses to customize their own mobility solution including key applications. Other offerings include business messaging, mobile forms (for enabling digital workflows) and integration with device management and security solutions.

Box for Business

With the Box for Business offering, users can store and manage files using any device, including mobile devices. Collaboration features include secure editing and sharing of documents over mobile--while Box Capture takes photos, videos and document scans and automatically uploads them to the cloud.

Cisco Webex

Cisco's Webex platform includes a suite of collaboration capabilities that are available over mobile devices including Webex Meetings for video conferencing and online meetings, Webex Teams for secure group messaging and simplified file sharing, and Webex Calling for audio and video calls.

Comcast Business

Comcast Business offers solutions for mobile workforces including "Be Anywhere Mobility," which lets users make calls from their business line on their mobile device. Other capabilities include readable voicemail (with messages transcribed and sent by email) and hunt group (which rings the numbers on a list until there's an answer).

Dropbox Business

Dropbox Business offers a "smart workspace" that can serve as a central hub for team content (including from Google Docs and Microsoft Office, along with traditional files) as well as team collaboration over any mobile device. Features include added intelligence around suggested files and folders.

Google Android 10

Google introduced a number of new features for businesses in Android 10. Those include enhanced provisioning tools secure-hardware-attested device IDs for work profiles--as well as other work profile upgrades such as new APIs for cross-profile calendar visibility and blocking of unknown app installations device-wide.

Intermedia Cloud PBX

Intermedia's Cloud PBX is a cloud-based business phone system with mobility features including the ability for workers to access their extension from any device. Key capabilities include Call Flip (for transferring calls between desk and mobile phones), voicemail transcription and Find Me / Follow Me (which simultaneously rings all phones, including the mobile phone, to ensure that important calls aren't missed).

Microsoft 365

The Microsoft 365 suite brings together Office 365--featuring widely used tools for remote workers such as Outlook and Teams collaboration--along with Windows 10, device management and security. Windows 10 is the operating system running many highly portable devices such as 2-in-1 tablets and mobility-focused laptops.

Mitel MiCloud Office

Aimed at mobile and remote workers, Mitel's cloud-born phone system MiCloud Office includes "mobile-first" functionality available through iOS and Android apps. Features include mobile twinning, SMS, simultaneous ringing and call recording--while MiCloud Office also integrates with CRM.

RingCentral Office

RingCentral has been boosting its offerings for remote workforces with a recent addition to RingCentral Office--RingCentral Video--for secure and private video meetings. The enhancement unifies video with phone and messaging for remote workers, and also integrates video with collaboration platforms such as Microsoft Teams and Slack.


Spectrum's voice and unified communications offerings for businesses include solutions such as a single platform for integrating all mobile devices and forwarding between mobile and desk phones. Other capabilities include desktop sharing, instant messaging and video/voice calling for collaboration across mobile and desktop environments.


T-Mobile's business mobility solutions include simplified access to mobile device management and mobile productivity tools (through the T-Mobile for Business Marketplace) along with hosted mobility management services that enable management of mobile-policy configuration, installation and licensing.

Verizon Enterprise Solutions

Verizon Enterprise Solutions has a range of mobility offerings for businesses in areas including workforce productivity (such as push-to-talk and business messaging); mobile-first One Talk business IP phones (which let users share a number between their mobile device and landline); and mobile business solutions from partners (across mobile device management, security and productivity).