Do you want to do more in less time? Yes, everybody does. And all it takes to make daily progress in that direction is to get a little bit more organized each day. What if one of your closest companion, not clothes but referring to mobile phones ;), can help you with it?
Hence, thought of putting up this article, which introduces some of the best apps that can squeeze the flak from your unproductive hours and get you to achieve a great deal in 2018!
Organizer and to-do apps are the latest and most convenient versions of diary notes and post-its. We have our phones and tabs on us more than anything else and with more and more developed technologies every passing day, what we are getting is an almost humanized versions of such apps where simple voice notes can fix up your entire day’s or week’s schedule, just like a personal assistant would.
2017 has seen some really good daily planner apps to help you schedule your personal life, household chores ad professional work better. Here are 5 of the best apps to organize your life.
Meant for the professional world, Asana app is one of the best shared calendar and schedule apps in the market. Available for both android and iOS, Asana helps in team collaboration and task management in the most interactive and well-designed manner – features that make it one of the best productivity apps for android and iPhones.
The only drawback is the lack of graphic and statistics intensive outlines for the projects and workflows.
Asana has a 4.2/5 rating in the Play Store and 4+ on App Store. It has got great reviews from small business and especially start-up companies with day-to-day deadlines.
This is one of the best to-do list apps for iPhone, with excellent features including memos, checklists, and geolocation reminder alarms. You can set your own routine and self-made deadlines here, which makes it one of the best organizer apps for college students. The tasks can be viewed based on dates as well as categories.
The unique feature of Any. DO Moment shows you the task you have for each day and allow you to review, edit or mark them done.
Rated 4+ on App store, it is loved by the users, especially those who have daily assignments to finish.
Workflowy is a simple and neat agenda app for web and smartphones with excellent bullet features and nested list facilities. It is simple to use and shareable, thus making it all-inclusive. From grocery list to college group projects, it can be used for everything.
A limitation is there is no calendar integration which leads to the lack of deadlines feature.
The app has 4.4 stars on Play Store and 4+ on App Store.
Todoist is one of the best task management apps in the android and iOS market with lots of features like productivity charts, locational reminders, collaboration options and offline facilities. The UI is prim and it has multi-platform accessibility. The few features absent in the free version are available in the premium one.
Todoist rates 4.5 on Play Store and has got equally great 4.5+ ratings on its Apple counterpart. Users love the interface, especially the filters and dates functions.
Probably the simplest and best to-do list app for iPhone, GNeo brilliantly uses the easy touchscreen features of the iOS platform to its full extent with lots of swiping and dragging functions. Other than the usual to-do functions, it also has location enabled reminders and syncs with Evernote.
iPhone users love the integration of the app with the finger-touch features they are so much used to. The app has a 4+ rating overall in the App Store.
All these apps have attractive and simple interface, are fast and responsive and have the best features for task allotment – which make them some of the best in 2017, making them your greatest companion for 2018.
Wishing you great shakes this New Year to achieve all that you dream of!
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