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Necessary Apps to Increase Your Producivity on the Go

Back to Blog  •  Posted on August 12, 2014 by admin


Do you ever feel like there just isn’t enough time during the day? You’re not alone. Most of us are scrambling around getting tons of things done during the week. When work and home life seem too tough to manage, you want simple ways to keep up with your fast-paced life. Here are the apps for you to do just that.

Dropbox

You’ve got a million things to do between now and your next meeting. You don’t want to lug your computer around just to access the documents and readings between lunch and the time until then. That’s why Dropbox makes it easy to access all your documents with just a click on your phone. It’s all stored in the cloud.

Omnifocus

Keep tasks up-to-date with this app designed for the ultimate taskmaster. It takes the to-do list to an entirely different level. Keep up with work projects, home items, grocery lists and meeting discussion points.

Evernote

When you’d rather not write a note down on a piece of paper that could get lost on your desk, use Evernote. It’s a cloud-based app designed for archiving and note taking. Jot down anything you’d like into this app and keep it all together in digital notebooks that hold a collection of similar items you can reference to later.

Mailbox

Do you think you’ll never get down to inbox zero? Does your email drive you crazy? Mailbox can help you with that. This app is made to make email easy and mobile-friendly. You can quickly swipe messages to go to be archived, trashed or saved for a later date.

Todoist

It’s a to do list that allows you to keep up with multiple lists at once. Share them with friends and family when you’re collaborating. It’s stored in the cloud so you can access it everywhere.

Buffer

Looking for an easier way to share on social media without wasting time? Look no further than Buffer. It’s a simple app used to post on social media without using up too much energy on social media platforms. Schedule posts for when you want your followers to see them and see the analytics later.

Instapaper

There’s so much online to digest, browse and read. Unfortunately, there’s but so much time in the day. When you need to bookmark a webpage, use Instapaper. Simply save articles to read for later and you can come back to read them when you have more time.