Best Productivity Apps

Smartphones have become an essential item for most people and with so many great apps out there your smartphone can help you keep organised and be more productive.

 

Here we have put together some of our favourite apps that help with productivity.

 

Astrid Task

 

Astrid Task is a to-do list app that is available for both Android and Apple devices as well as available online. This app acts as your personal assistant helping you to keep organised with reminders, subtasks lists and widgets. Automatic syncing allows you to access your task list on your phone, tablet and online at Astrid.com. The app is easy to use and has a great design which will have you using every day to keep on top of things.

 

Pulse

 

Pulse is a newsreader app that allows you to organise all the RSS feeds, news sites, blogs and social network feeds that you follow. The app is available for both Apple and Android devices and having all the sites you follow in one place will help save lots of time flicking between pages. The app takes all the sites you have selected to follow and puts them into a mosaic effect so you can browse the headlines and simply tap on a news story that interests you. You can save apps for reading later and you can share stories that interest you on Facebook or Twitter.

 

Evernote

 

 

Evernote is a popular productivity app that helps you keep organised and remember everything you need to do across all your devices. Available on Android, BlackBerry, Windows and iOS the app allows you to improve your productivity, take notes, capture photos and record voice-reminders. Evernote has tons of useful features such as searching for text within images and you can email notes or save tweets to your account.

 

There are many more apps out there to help keep you on top of what you need to do – do you have a favourite that we haven’t mentioned? What productivity apps have you tried? Do you have one you couldn’t live without?

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