Despite all the tools we have at our disposal these days, being organized and productive is still a massive challenge, especially when faced with the mounting tasks and objectives we set for ourselves on a daily basis.
But where there's a will - and a few handy apps - there is definitely a way.
The following mobile tools will help you better dice up your days and tasks, and ultimately become a much more responsible, way more productive human being.
If you already have Gmail account, the next step is to install Inbox, the ultimate solution for your email inbox. This service aims to improve the way you use your email account for better organization of your messages.
Mails are automatically grouped by subject and Inbox intelligently crawls your messages for the most important information (like flight times and appointments) to bring it right to the forefront. The introduction of reminders and the ability to postpone sends mails are also hugely time-saving extras.
After testing out legions of to-do list and tasking apps, we can safely say that Todoist is head and shoulders above the rest. Seemingly simple but with tons of great features make it an indispensable tool for everyday use.
Todoist lets you configure task lists with reminders and schedule each for a particular day or week, month... in short, the possibilities are endless. If you want to use the app collaboratively, you can also tag users in specific tasks and the service will send a notification when a task is complete.
Achievr is the minimalist version of Todoist, in which all your efforts are focused on completing daily goals. It is not a scheduling tool, but it can serve to complete those little tasks that often slip your mind. Satisfyingly, the day turns green if you complete your goal.
A simple, colorful and cleanly designed application that is comfortable and easy to use. Need a little help getting your tasks done? Achievr's got your back.
Google Keep has evolved over time and has become an essential and multi-functional note-taking app. Use it to jot down all the things you want to remember, label each note, and move it to the relevant category.
Google Keep is an app with an accessible design that anyone can learn to use in just a few seconds. You can use it to inspire you, remember important details, or even as a collaborative shopping list.
HabitBull is great when you're trying to develop new habits. Easy to use, it allows you to track your habits (an unlimited amount) in one tap. With its easy notification settings, you don't have to worry about forgetting, HabitBull will remind you of everything you set out to do!
This tracker also works great when you're trying to break a habit, whether it's checking Facebook in or quitting smoking, and you can visually see your progress. The app also gives you a streak counter and percentage graph for each goal and habit you set.