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4 Must-Have Free Apps for Productivity

Everyone knows how useful smartphones are. With new apps rolling out everyday, how do you decide which app is the most relevant to your lifestyle and tastes?

We’ve found a list of the 5 best apps to help increase productivity. The best part? They’re all free! Each app has its own unique traits so feel test some out and find out what works the best for you!

 

 

Any.do

 

This list-making and task-management app has a unique feature called the Any.do moment that encourages making a habit of reviewing your daily tasks. Talk about building great habits! Geo-location reminders work with this app as well. An incredibly user-friendly app for getting all of your lists organized and in one place!

 

Evernote

 

Evernote allows you the same productivity while I’m away from your desk. This easy to use note-making app beats most competing apps thanks to its strong search capabilities and effortless organization. But the real key to its success and popularity is that Evernote synchronizes all your files by saving them to a cloud service. This means anything you create or alter from your iPhone will be waiting for you when you log into any other version of Evernote.

 

Google Docs

 

Google Drive users can access their files with the Google Drive app. If you want to edit and create new Word processing documents, you’ll need the Docs app. The office productivity suite is free to use, and documents created with Google Docs don’t count against your overall storage allotment in Google.

 

ifttt

 

‘If this, then that’ shortens to ifttt. This incredibly simple yet powerful iPhone application can automate just about anything you’d want to do in your digital life: for example, if I add a new contact in Gmail, then save that person’s contact information to my Evernote account. If you’re turning your home into a smart home, you definitely want to keep the ifttt app on your iPhone, as it can help you manage a range of devices, so that if you get into your smart bed, then the app can turn the lights off for you.

 

 

Try out at least one of these out apps to start taking advantage of your time. Let us know on Facebook or Twitter which apps are your favorite!