What is the most important thing you need to get done? If you are not sure, check out these 6 apps that will help you organize your day and keep track of your habits.
With its simple task organization: by category, project, priority and due date, this is one of the best task management apps.
Simple and minimalistic, with clean and plain UI, Todoist offers native apps for different platforms giving you no excuse to forget the things you need to do, simply, Todoist is everywhere. With the free version you can synchronize your tasks across all your devices, capture information using your phone, web, email client, manage tasks and sub-tasks, and organize tasks into project and sub-projects, and more. Premium unlocks additional features, such as filters, task notes, colored labels, SMS and email notifications, ability to add tasks by email and more.
This is probably one of the best iOS calendars, a smart calendar that, as of recently, has a new feature that simplifies conference calls, meaning you can now set up and dial into conference calls without leaving the app. Apart from that, the app recognizes those conference calls already in your calendar. The app integrates well with other services, and although it seems as one, it’s not just another calendar app.
A great shareable to-do list, whether it’s sites in the city, restaurants, movies, or whatever you need, whether it’s work or home.
It’s simple, the most basic list manager, yet a good group task management app, and the beauty of this app lies in its simplicity. Wunderlist easily synchronizes across all platforms, and its interface, made mostly of tasks and list, is the simplest one for any team to use efficiently for collaboration. Whether you use it for your grocery list, or teamwork, it’s the simplest app to get things done.
In a word, EasilyDo is a super smart assistant, in case you need one. You get personalized notifications for managing almost every part of your daily routine. The app does a little bit of everything to keep your day organized and help you stay on track. For instance, you can automatically send a text message to your colleagues if you leave work late, or if you are late for work. Anything you need to do, EasilyDo will pretty much do it for you. With the latest update, it became smarter, and with premium, you get real-time email updates, on the go travel notifications, and more.
Having trouble with your email? This isn’t the first app that is designed to make our lives easier while processing emails faster and easier, but it’s one of the good ones.
What we all need is an app that can help archive and trash email, or put off the email we don’t want to respond to immediately, and this is what Mailbox does with a left or right swipe. Therefore, if you need some help with your email, this one is worth trying if all you need is a simple and fast way to deal with email communication.
Do you need a calendar app and to-do list in one? Timeful – a free iOS app that learns your habits and suggests ways for you to get things taken care of. With its super simple and clear interface, the app pays attention to the tasks you need to do. The creator of the app is behavior economist, so you do get the idea of what complex psychology lies behind the making of this app.