With an endless array of apps that help keep you organize but tend to be all the same, it’s easy to get discouraged and stop searching for that app that’ll have a positive impact in your daily routine. Here are the top apps to keep you in track and keep your eyes on the prize.
One of the first, and simply the best, note-taking app available for desktop, iOS and Android. This resourceful app let’s organize and manage notes, web clips, files and images between multiple devices. It enables to gather all the useful information one can find online, all in one place. It’s an invaluable tool to improve your productivity and keep your organize. Oh, and it’s free too!
One of the newest and innovate email apps, Boxer was built specifically to make the mobile email managing experience more seamless and optimized. With this app you consolidate multiple email accounts, organize files and make your email accounts work with other productivity apps. It has integration with other mobile tools like LinkedIn, Dropbox, Evernote and Facebook. For iOS and Android, $5.99.
This free app was created with the purpose of improving the quality of your life by using principles of positive psychology and neuroscience. Using this app, you’ll create a “story” or goal that you want to reach, then the app guides you through the steps and actions necessary to achieve your dreams. Available for free for iOS.
This productivity tool helps you keep track of wasted time by automatically tracking the time you spend using each mobile app as well as your voice call time. It then generates productivity reports that help you keep focused on the things that matter. This app is free for the Lite version, with a Pro version for $9/month. Released for PC, Mac, Android and Linux.
Described as the “GPS for your time”, it offers a 3D view and an integrated UI that enables dynamic scheduling, task prioritizing, color coding and deadline management. It has the feature of adding “floating tasks” to be completed whenever time frees up from the set schedule. Also it has a “Time Coach” feature, which breaks down your previous week and helps you plan the next one. This is a neat tool to make the haunting task of self-organization, a lot more user friendly. Free for Android.
One of the best personal assistant apps for both iOS and Android, EasilyDo is a free app that organizes and manages the things that matter the most to you. It reminds of birthdays, organizes contacts, monitors traffic and weather for you, keeps track of airline tickets, packages and much more, about 37 automated tasks. It has so much depth and versatility, it’s almost unbelievable that it’s free.
Even with the ever-growing connectivity between smartphones, doing some specific tasks, like brainstorming and sharing on the go skteches, is easier said than done. That’s where Zamurai comes to the rescue. This iOS only app, is the next gen whiteboard collaboration tool enabling business and individals capture ideas and share them with anybody on the go. Instead of taking pictures of whiteboards, Zamurai lets you create discussions and visuals in real time. This easy to use tool is free with in-app upgrades for premium features.
This social media management suite focuses on content, rather than the management aspect of social media accounts. It keeps your Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and App.net accounts all organized in once place ready to upload your content. With one click, add any link, text or picture to Buffer and publish it to the platform of your choice. Best part? It’s free for individual use. For businesses and teams, starts at $10/month. Available for any web browser, iOS and Android.