With today’s state-of-the-art technology and fast-paced lives, we are used to getting information with just one tap of the finger or click of the mouse. All apps, either for business or personal use, have a purpose to simplify and accelerate a certain process for us. However, there are thousands of apps in the app store so it can get chaotic when searching for useful apps. We know just how time-consuming searching for apps can be which is why we’ve found the best apps for you. Continue reading to find out which are the nine apps that make your life easier.
If you have difficulty prioritizing your tasks and managing your time then Wunderlist is the perfect app for you. This neat app is among the best time management apps. It enables you to organize your to-do list in order of importance. You can also sync Wunderlist with all your devices so you can always have your to-do list at your fingertips.
Most of us spend our commute time to work watching a video or reading the latest news stories. But, it’s irritating when you can’t finish reading the whole news article because you have to get off at the next stop. Pocket is a cool app that allows you to store all the links you want to revisit later in one place. The best part is that you can use the app offline and access it on all devices.
Google Keep is a note-taking app developed by Google. Although many people would compare it to Evernote, Google Keep has more benefits. It is completely free and it doesn’t require you to pay in order to access all the functions it offers. However, its best feature is that you can save your photos, checklists or notes and sync them to your Google Drive account and access them through any account connected to the web. Google Keep also integrates with other Google services, like OK Google which can transform voice notes into transcripts using voice recognition.
If you’re into healthy eating and exercise, MyFitnessPal is worth having on your smartphone. MyFitnessPal helps you monitor your weight loss and fitness goals. You simply insert your food intake and exercise routine, and the app will count your calorie intake and nutritional data. MyFitnessPal has the largest food database, enabling you to scan the barcode of any food product you have eaten. It also considers the amount of exercise you do and it informs you how much you could weigh if you keep up with your current diet. Talk about motivation!
If you are having trouble tracking how much you are spending and don’t know where all your money is going, this is just the perfect app for you. Mint is a popular personal finance app that presents a mix of money management tools. If you really want an app that makes your life easier, you should trust Mint with your finances. It keeps track of all your investments, balances and helps you set up your money saving goals. The newest feature of the app is the credit score feature which keeps a tab on your credit reports.
Don’t you just get irritated when you see ‘wrong password’ appear on your screen? Every website you go to seems to ask you to sign up. And with so many accounts it’s impossible not to forget your combination of at least one uppercase letter, a number and or a symbol. Thankfully, 1Password is here to the rescue. It will create and remember all your passwords for you. It also features a Touch ID and you can log into all your accounts with just a few taps.
When we talk about busy lifestyles we cannot omit sleep deprivation from the list. Luckily, Sleep Cycle can help you with your sleep schedule. This smart app analyses your sleep pattern and wakes you up in the lightest phase of your sleep, after which you feel relaxed and refreshed.
If there is an app that makes your life easier, this is definitely one. Remote Mouse enables you to use your phone as a mouse for devices connected to your network. The app pairs with your PC software and can act both as a mouse and a keyboard. This is a really useful app for streaming from your PC to your television and mirroring your PC screen during presentations.
The sole idea of sending messages to your future self is exciting and reminds us of a Sci-Fi movie. But with the HiFutureSelf app this is a reality. You can send yourself notes and reminders ahead of time. How awesome would it be to read a message from your past self-reminding you to do some long forgotten task? Messages can be repeated hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and even yearly. Users can also receive reminders via HiFutureSelf from their Apple Watches or emails.
Twilight is a screen-dimmer light that comes in handy for people that like checking their phone at night. The timer on the app can be set to start dimming the screen at sunset. Perfect for those who prefer to fall asleep while reading something on their phone.
If you are having productivity or time management issues, try using some or all of the above apps. They will certainly make your life a lot easier.
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