We have come to a stage in our human evolution where it seems as though everyone wants everything to be faster, better, and cheaper. This includes day-to-day tasks as well for which we have to set aside time. Wouldn’t it be awesome if we didn’t have to worry about certain tasks? Well keep reading because in this article we will be discussing a few of the apps you can use on the iPhone to keep you productive even when you don’t feel like it.
Apps That Keep You Productive On The iPhone
- Adobe Acrobat
- Google Drive
We know that there are hundreds of apps that do the same thing and we can spend a few hours and lots of space writing about them, but the ones listed above are the most essential for everyday. Whether your are an entrepreneur or simply like to keep yourself in check, these will keep you productive. Vantage is a modern take on the calendar. It allows you to see upcoming tasks in a different way because instead of looking at a static calendar, Vantage moves each upcoming task as if you were looking at a three dimensional timeline.
To-Doist is a fairly new app which allows you to create, schedule, and check to-do lists. Like Vantage, it is a modern design allowing you to create broad categories of tasks with large tasks and sub-tasks below it so that you know exactly what you need to do for each project. You can also set reminders and if you fuse To-Doist and Vantage together you can pre-schedule your tasks into the calendar and check them off on To-Doist as soon as you complete them. You also get points when you complete at a task.
Evernote is probably the best note-taking app on the market for its versatility. You can keep your notes on the cloud, add pictures, and even transfer your notes directly into your computer or tablet so you keep an updated note document at all times. Adobe Acrobat won’t be used by many people, but if you use and receive PDFs constantly, this app will allow you to edit and re-create PDFs. This is a lifesaver if you need to quickly edit or add something to a PDF and you don’t have access to a laptop. Another app that makes it easy to deal with documents is Docusign. You can create and sign different types of documents to save you time needing to print and scan them.
Finally, with Google Drive you can keep documents, spreadsheets, drawings, websites, presentations and much more, on the cloud. You can also share these documents to have your team work on them as well. Habitminder will remind you of good habits to keep and bad habits to get rid of, and Lucidchart will come in handy when you need to sort your thoughts into a flowchart.
In conclusion, in this article we discussed and listed eight different productivity apps for the iPhone that you can start using right away. These include apps for setting your schedule, keeping a To-Do list or multiple To-Do lists, keeping good habits, taking detailed notes and making flowcharts.
Guest article written by: Adrian Rubin is a single, twenty-eight year old male located in Philadelphia. Adrian had an early obsession with video games and considers this the starting point of his current interest in everything having to do with technology and game development.