April 13,2016

3 Best Time Management Apps for Your Smartphone

Time Management Apps for Smartphone
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Whether you work for yourself or have an employer, striving for personal and career growth is essential to your overall happiness. Over the years, I’ve discovered the true value in time management apps for my smartphone, which in turn gives me more control over my daily schedule. And it’s because of this enhanced control that I’ve been able to achieve goals I never thought possible. Here’s a quick look at three apps I’ve found to be the most useful.

1. Focus Booster

focus-booster1When my ability to focus is scattered in the wind, the Focus Booster time management app based on the pomodoro techniques, which basically means you are using a timer to break down your work into easy manageable chunks. No matter how busy your day, this app lets you split up the schedule based on your preferences and needs and you helps you achieve that work/life balance.

Once the timer alerts you that a specific segment of your schedule has come to end, you move along to the next or you can rearrange the timers to help you work around any issues that come up. You can also use Focus Booster app dashboard to determine which segments you’re spending the most time on. Taking a look at this daily has helped me create a schedule that really works for my busy lifestyle. Who would not want to finish their work more quickly even with breaks because it will keep you fresh and the reports will measure progress and productivity to help you find areas for improvement. 

2. Evernote

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(my favorite time management app)

The design and accessibility of Evernote is one of the most popular time management and productivity apps on the market!  It can be installed on both Android and iOS smartphones, making it the perfect app if you have devices with different operating systems, for example, if you have a PC computer but a iPhone this makes it super simple. Evernote is great for time management skills by remembering anything and everything you want it to. 

I use Evernote for:

  • Making grocery lists
  • Keeping track of my daily to-dos
  • Storing photos/videos/audio
  • Sharing moments with my friends, family, and colleagues

I truly believe if you are going to use any time management app, this one is the best! Oh and of course it utilizes cloud storage so it will not take up any more room on your computer or phone!

3. Emptybox for Gmail Time Management Apps

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In today’s technologically crazy world of business, Gmail has become by far the most popular platform for email communication, my staff and I love it. But if you’re anything like me, you understand the aggravation accompanied with sorting through numerous emails on a daily basis. And what about all those emails you never went back to read or reply to because you’ve forgotten about them? These overlooked emails can lead to missed opportunities and connections with people who are interested in networking.

Is there a solution? Yes, and you can utilize it by downloading the Emptybox app for Gmail. Instead of viewing a long list of emails, the email content displays in the form of index cards. Each card shows the email content in a condensed form, allowing you to quickly pinpoint which ones should be deleted, replied to, or moved to a different folder. And the quicker you can sort through your emails, the more time you’ll have to devote toward other pertinent activities.

No matter the industry you work in, your ability to focus is key to achieving your career and personal goals. When your mind operates like a scattered mess, your goals become out of focus and time slips by with no value to your growth. If you’re ready to make a change in your life by managing your time more efficiently and effectively, try out any of the apps mentioned above.


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