How to Use Your iPhone to Become More Organized? [10 Apps]
1. Remember the Milk
Remember the Milk helps people manage multiple to-do lists. It can help people order tasks according to geographic proximity to one another, which makes running errands much quicker. Remember the Milk also has an appointment reminder and a search function. It is free, and details can be found on its website.
2. Awesome Note
Awesome Note is one of the most creatively designed to-do list and note apps. For instance, notes can be viewed as thumbnails, Polaroids or diary entries. The level of detail displayed among to-do lists is also customizable. This app is a fun way to organize the day.
3. Phone Book
With Phone Book, finding someone’s number or email address is simple. Rather than having multiple lists of different contacts, people can sync their iPhones with Facebook and store all their friends’, families’ and acquaintances’ contact information in one location.
4. QuickCal Mobile
QuickCal Mobile is a fast and easy way to enter events into an iPhone calendar. The user just has to write, “Lunch at Jen’s tomorrow at noon.” QuickCal Mobile will take these words and convert them into an appointment on the calendar. At noon on tomorrow’s date, an event called “Lunch at Jen’s” will appear.
Evernote is a free, note-taking app. Users can either write notes or record them. The app can also work with pictures and has a geo-mapping feature. Any data stored in this app can be transferred to either a PC or a Mac.
For $0.99, Checklist helps people create and use to-do lists. It is a simple and clean app.
7. Grocery Gadget
Grocery Gadget stands out from among the grocery list apps, because it can be used on multiple devices. All of the devices it is loaded onto are automatically synced with the app’s website. A change made on any device or the website will instantly be broadcast to all the devices that are synced together. When someone is out grocery shopping, people at home can update the list without calling or texting.
ITimeSheetLite is among the most downloaded timesheet apps in the iTunes store. This app helps people track the hours they spend on specific projects. In three minutes, an entire day can be recorded. Professionals are using this to accurately bill clients. Anyone that finds the free, lite version helpful may want to consider the full version, which costs $5.99.
Three years ago, in 2008, this app won the Apple Design Award for Best IPhone Productivity Application. It helps users monitor tasks by project, location, person or date.
ReQall is an audio note-taking app. All users need to do is record their notes, and ReQall will convert the notes into text. The app is free, but a more feature-laden version is also sold.
These 10 apps are able to help people organize almost anything. The most commonly used ones help manage to-do lists and contacts, but there are apps that can take notes, track time and enter appointments quickly into a calendar. With a combination of these, people can quickly organize their life.
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