5 Awesome Apps to Improve Your Productivity

If you often find yourself running out of time and wishing there were more hours in the day, then it might be time to consider some easy ways to improve your productivity. Whether you’ve been tasked with finding the right agency for your local SEO needs, organizing an international conference, or recruiting a new sales team, check out these super apps to help you make the most of every minute in your day

Evernote

As the name suggests, this is a great app to stop you from leaving sticky notes lying around all over the place. Evernote can replace your entire agenda, although the really great thing about this app is that it has no space limit and can be accessed from multiple devices. You can edit and organize your documents with ease and it works on both iOS and Android.

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Outlook

While this app doesn’t receive a great rating in the App Store, for those of you used to Window’s awesome email organizing program, you’ll love Outlook on your phone. And if you have to step out of the office, you can still keep on top of your emails, notifications and even add attachments from your Dropbox account directly from your phone. There’s even enough space to sync all your email accounts into one space. Curious to see Microsoft on Google and Apple, but the Outlook app works on both operating systems.

OfficeTime

OfficeTime is perfect for freelance workers and anyone who needs to track billable hours and generate invoices. It’s super easy to keep track of time spent on projects and also check up on what your teammates are working on. This is a great project management app for all employees to download, and even works on your Apple watch if you need to urgently ensure that your SEO blog gets updated while you’re out of the office. You can download OfficeTime for Android as well.

Fancy Hands

If you need a helping hand to get administrative duties done, this app can help save you time and money. You can hire a virtual assistant to make phone calls for you, send emails, manage your meetings, book appointments, and more, with prices starting between $3 and $6 per request. Fancy Hands works on both Android and Apple.

Trello

For both Android and iOS, the project management giant, Trello, has created a nifty little app for your phone that is customizable and allows you to create lists, notes assign tasks, and more. Everything that you do inside Trello can be shared with other team members, and you can see their comments, cards and assignments as well, so being on the road, doesn’t mean you have to miss out.

There are a ton of new apps to improve your productivity coming out each day, so check them out and find the right one for you. The emphasis is on improving your productivity though and not causing burnout, so if your office phone is also your personal phone, be sure to turn your reminders off in the evenings and weekends.

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