9 Productivity Apps To Make Life Easier
Ever felt like you need more than 24 hours a day? Well, you’re not alone. There’s never enough time to do everything you would like to do, this list is not going to change that but it will certainly make you feel a lot better about your work. All these apps are free, of course.
With a to-do list, calendar and an Any.do Assistant, this app is the easiest life manager around. Keep your tasks, lists, and reminders in one place, always in-sync across all your devices. Plan your day, week, and month. This app has over 15m users is one of the best when it comes to getting things done
You should be able to see important mail mail as soon as you check your inbox, you should. However, it’s more likely that you really have to search because you’ve been overrun by social media notifications. Notion uses artificial intelligence to quantify responsiveness between the people in an email conversation, ranks importance and brings those emails to the front. Basically, it relegates noise to the background.
3. Google Drive
You could spend a good deal of cash on a package like Microsoft Office, or you could stick with Google Drive and pay nothing. With Drive you get Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, and Google Keep. The great thing about them is that they’re cloud-based, so you can work on documents and files from any device – be it a laptop, smartphone or tablet. And as a plus you can save in formats viewable with Microsoft Office.
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Never lose an idea with Evernote. You can write, analyse and store them in the form of notes, notebooks, checklists and to-do lists. Notes can be taken in a plethora of formats, including text, sketches, photos, audio, web clippings, PDFs and more. It syncs across devices as well.
This app helps you keep all those wonderfully informative gems you come across on the interweb. So instead of leaving 49 tabs open in your browser, you can save them for later. Pocket lets you save items like videos, articles and e-books so you can access them when you have a spare few minutes at some point in the future. It’s a great way to stay organised too.
As they say, time is money, and you can easily waste both by spending most of the day staring at social media feeds and watching videos on Facebook. RescueTime aims to get you to change your ways and avoid bad working habits. It analyses the apps and websites you view the most, and breaks them down into a list so that you know where your time is going.
7. Adobe Acrobat Reader
PDFs are synonymous with Adobe Readers for a whole lot of people and thankfully you can read all the PDF documents you want with Adobe Acrobat Reader. Yay.
Nowadays, with increased cybersecurity risks, it’s crucial that you use strong passwords. A lot of people wind up using the same strong password across multiple platforms, big no-no. LastPass generates secure passwords suitable for business uses and stores them at the same time, all within one app.
9. Genius Scan
We’ve all had to dash down to the cyber cafe at one point to sharply scan a document, well you don’t have to. Genius Scan lets you create quality PDF documents by taking a photo. Free to download and use, you can generate your own PDFs through your phone’s camera