5 Awesome Mobile Productivity Apps

Mobile phones have a lot of great features, but they can become quite distracting if they are not controlled. Having information accessible everywhere is helpful, but it still needs to have a certain amount of order to process and utilize the information. In order to be more productive, it may be necessary to use certain apps to accomplish goals, arrange for daily tasks, and keep track of information and important contacts. Here are a few of the best mobile productivity apps on the market.

1. Any.Do

Any.Do is a free app that basically acts as a to-do list. It allows users to list everything that needs to be done on a particular day and it will actually remind them to do those tasks on time. Th interface is very clear and simple to use and it can automatically sync across multiple devices and it even accepts voice commands to add tasks to the list. This app is offered completely free of charge and it is available for iPhone and Android phones.

2.Brewster Address Book

The Brewster Address Book is literally like a living, breathing address book. It takes a list of contacts and breaks them down into categories depending on location and common interests. It automatically updates contact information like email addresses, phone numbers, and physical addresses. This app is free and it is available for the iPhone.

3. Workflowy

Workflowy is an app designed to collect, organize, and share your notes. You can take notes and make lists, organize them by category, and then share them with your collaborators. This app is free and available for the iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone.

4. Google Drive

Google Drive is a free web storage service that is free and accessible for all Gmail accounts. All users receive 5 gigabytes of free storage to save photos, videos, and documents. The reason why this service is unique is because it automatically syncs between all devices like computers and mobile phones, but it is also very easy to share documents and collaborate with other people while using it. This app is available for free on the iPhone and Android phones.

5. Zite

Zite is an app that basically functions as a news aggregator that specially caters to your interests. It brings you all of the news that you find interesting by learning taking note of the articles and websites that you read. This app is available for free and it is accessible on the iPhone, but they are currently developing this application for the Android as well.

There are literally dozens of mobile productivity apps available for both web and mobile devices. This is just a small sample of some of the best mobile apps out there that are designed to save time in terms of accessing information and completing daily tasks. Take some time out to explore the other mobile apps to determine which ones are the most effective.

Sources

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