Want to be more organized? There's an app for that
Wunderlist acts as a digital to-do list. (Wunderlist)
If you’re looking to boost your workday productivity, that smartphone in your pocket can help! The mobile app revolution has produced hundreds of apps to help ease the stress of everyday life. These applications perform both simple tasks, such as managing your to-do list, and complex ones, such as allowing you remote access to your computer.
We are sharing 10 of these apps that will help you be more productive
Feeling overwhelmed with the tasks you have? There’s an app that can help! Wunderlist will help you manage your daily tasks. It acts as a digital to-do list. You can create lists, set reminders, take notes and even share events!
I can’t remember how many times I forgot to do something just because nothing reminded me of it; Pushbullet ensures you never forget anything. The app syncs with your computer and can display all of your notifications from your phone right to the screen. Pushbullet can let you send files between devices, which can be immediately downloaded.
3. Focus Lock
“Oh I got a notification!” Number one distractions are actually our phones, which is where Focus Lock comes in. This helpful Android app lets you select certain apps to be locked out of and set a timer for when they can be free. You can still receive phone calls and check emails, but you won’t get frequent notifications from different apps!
Want an all-in-one application? Evernote might help. It lets you write notes, add to-do lists and tasks that sync across all your devices. It’s perfect for taking notes in the middle of a meeting. It even has a scanning feature for obtaining business cards.
Tracking time needed for each task is a great way to know more about your productivity. Toggl will help you tracking how much you spend on different projects. Effective time management starts with being clear on exactly how much time you actually spend on your projects and tasks, and then analyze how you can manage them more effectively.
Any.do is a simple app that is rich in features. The app allows you to create reminders, events, to-do lists, notes and more. It is a cross-platform app that will help you manage your daily schedule effectively. With exhaustive features, this app enables you to balance your work and life.
Like listening to music? Focus@Will has a unique library of instrumental music that you won’t find anywhere else. Every track has been remixed, re-edited and scientifically remastered specifically for focus enhancement. It works on soothing your fight or flight mechanism, engaging your brain’s limbic system, to increase your attention span and general concentration.
8. Elevate – Brain Training
Ever felt the need to actually activate and train your brain? I know I have! Elevate is a brain training program designed to improve attention, speaking skills, process speed, memory, math skills and more. The more you train with Elevate, the more you’ll improve critical cognitive skills that are designed to boost productivity, earning power and self-confidence.
9. Brain Focus Productivity Timer
No more wondering when to take a break! Brain Focus Productivity Timer will help you manage work and break sessions. Get things done and reward yourself with a break!
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By Sara Hammouri
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