5 Best Productivity Apps

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Technology can greatly improve your productivity both at work and at home. It doesn’t matter what task you have to complete; there is probably an app out there that can seriously help you out. If there’s a way to get something done more efficiently and make your tasks easier to complete, you’ll likely want to use this resource. We’ve taken the liberty of reviewing the top five productivity apps so you can find the right one for you and see the difference it makes in your productivity.

  1. RescueTime

RescueTime is a time-tracking app that helps you track your work habits and patterns. The app measures the time you spend on your computer and the time when you get distracted by some other task. At the end of the week, RescueTime creates reports on your productivity rating. It also produces charts and graphs with information you can use to adjust your behavior.

  1. FocusList

FocusList is an app that helps you plan your day, track your time, and stay focused on your daily activities. The app is based on the Pomodoro technique. Once you select the task you want to undertake; you’ll get to work on it in 25-minute sessions separated by five-minute breaks. Later in the day, you can review the time you spent on every task to track your productivity.

  1. Doodle

This mobile app takes the pain out of scheduling events and meetings. Here’s how the app works; you set up an event, propose potential times, and invite your colleagues. They then select the option that works for them, and the app finds the time that works for everyone. For easier scheduling, you can sync Doodle to your Outlook or Google calendar. No more email threads trying to find the best time for a quick meeting or call!

  1. Buffer

Buffer is one of the best tools for scheduling posts on sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. The platform is straightforward; all you have to do is link your business accounts to a single email, and you will be able to push out status updates and tweets instantly. Buffer is available for iOS and Android. Users can also use the app on the web if they prefer working on a desktop.

  1. Todoist

Todoist is a powerful task management app for iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Windows, and various internet browsers. This app enables users to create tasks and subtasks, add priority labels, share items with colleagues, and set up recurring events.

Have you interacted with any of these productivity apps? If yes, how does the app you use help you manage your day-to-day life? Let us know in the comments below.