Mobile phones today have come a long way from what they used to be. Previously their functionalities were limited and ranged from making calls, storing contacts to sending text messages. However, now mobile phones have added functionalities that have made them a necessity for us. From browsing the internet to watching videos, organizing data to transferring data and making them accessible to the concerned parties; these phones have become a lifeline for us allowing us to function efficiently throughout the day. And that has been possible through the use of mobile apps.
With various categories, mobile applications are a great way to increase your productivity and stay organized and on top of your game. Having said that, let’s take a look at our top 5 apps that are sure to boost your productivity level.
Developed to work on both iOS and Android platforms, this app allows you to keep a track on your expenses and create reports easily by taking snaps of your receipts and feeding them on your accounting system. This way no information is lost and you always stay updated.
An attractively designed task manager, it offers a unique tool that takes your through your everyday tasks and sends you a notifications of your tasks for the day through the Any.do Moment feature.
A great tool for Social Media freelancers, it allows you to plan out and post your messages on all your social media accounts collectively. It is particularly useful for professionals who posts tweets regularly, it co-ordinates the timing of the tweets so that it stays relevant and on time.
Are you one of those users who tend to use apps for hours on end without realizing how long it has been? Well then this app is just for you. It keeps track of the time you spend on a particular app so that you are able to analyze which app you spend your time most on and how you could be more productive.
Available for both Android and iOS operating systems, Trello uses card systems which contain information of your projects and can is linked together so that you are able to invite and grant access to collaborators to work with you on a specific project.