An Oklahoma newspaper refers readers to an article in a business journal about effective mobile apps that can help people organize their lives. The article describes eighteen programs. Each description has a summary of what the program can do, along with the cost and a screenshot of the program in action. The apps mostly have to do with writing, taking notes, planning work projects, organizing emails and scheduling events on a calendar. Most of the apps are free.
- High quality note taking programs and life organizers can help boost your productivity!
- Simplicity of use and being highly functional are two of the main characteristics of productivity boosting apps.
- file sharing programs like Dropbox, or communication programs like slack allow for better teamwork and communication on projects compared to email.
“Apps are more powerful than ever, but it’s hard to know which ones will waste your time and which ones will save it.”
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