13 Oct Must Have Productivity Apps for Easy Breezy Work
Smartphones and tablets has dominated (for the most part) the workplace. These handy little gadgets are meant for more than just Facebook, tweets and posting selfies on Instagram. They keep you more productive at work — and make your life a little easier. With the pace we’re moving forward, you’ve already anticipated this kind of change for the better. With some tweaking, you’re on your way to superhuman productivity — in a way.
So we listed the top 5 apps that everyone can use to help manage daily tasks and boost productivity at work. Check it out and try what suites you:
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If you get bombarded by dozens of emails off your company’s account, then this app is just right for you. Cloudmagic is one of those apps that helps you do three things while working on those emails. It has a minimalist interface that lets you work through with ease, meaning no complicated buttons. This email management system gives users the capacity to work with EverNote, OneNote, Trello, and SalesForce. It also has the capacity to work with popular email providers such as Microsoft Office 365, Outlook, Gmail, Yahoomail and Exchange.
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Ever had those moments where you had to give half of your time resetting an account because you forgot your password? It’s frustrating to keep resetting and create (and remember!) passwords all over again. If you have multiple accounts, having Keeper to store your passwords saves time and gets you to your accounts faster.
This program works great for those having to log-in to various tools, accounts and programs. Keeper’s program also has a group option that lets you separate all your log-ins in a specific category such as tools, programs, accounts, emails and so on. If someone tries to break into your Keeper’s account, a single ‘master’ password clears away all your passwords.
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If you want to manage tasks, objectives and teams in one app, then Highrise is a tool that may come in handy. This CRM tool syncs with email accounts, calendars and also track proposals. Whether you’re in the office or out of the country, there’s no need for you to constantly pile up your desk with post-its and notes on your computer. All you need is Highrise that stores a whole wealth of information all in one app.
This is a fun app that has ‘personality’ written over it. This app will surely motivate you to keep your list clean — or else. It’s a fun app as Carrot pushes you to do your list with incentives and even punishments (if you don’t get to do them). If it’s happy, Carrot gives virtual rewards for tasks you’ve accomplished. Here’s the big dilemma: it’s only available for iPhone users. Sorry Android.
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This is another free application that has the capacity to reproduce files, create visual presentations and even do your accounting while you’re on the go. Cloudon carries Microsoft Office, Powerpoint as well as MS Excel to help you with all your presentations and documents on-the-go. From here, you can also access files off Box, Dropbox, Skydrive and Gdrive. With this powerful app, you can go places without being stuck in the office!
The apps found in this list is fairly easy to use. These are intended to make your life easier and take a more proactive approach to taking on daily tasks and finishing them on time. Of course, this is not a one-size fits all type of app. As there are a thousand more that does the same thing (and even better), do some research and find the ones that will work best for you.