With the abundance of productivity apps available, smartphones have essentially become our personal assistants. However, the surplus of apps has made it difficult for us to determine which ones are worth our phone’s storage. To help you narrow it down, here are a few of our favorite apps to improve daily workflow.
For those who struggle with organizing their daily tasks, meetings and reminders, try Evernote. This app makes taking notes, making to-do lists and collecting your thoughts quick and easy. A unique feature of Evernote is the ability to scan and save documents with your camera as picture or document files. Evernote will even help organize everything so you don’t have to.
LinkedIn is a great tool for making connections, applying for jobs and professionally branding your company or yourself. The mobile LinkedIn app makes it easier to perform the same web features on the go. Networking, engaging and messaging is now as simple as clicking a button. Stay up to date with the latest business and industry news, while networking with like-minded professionals.
If you are looking to improve your analytical and communication skills at work, try downloading Elevate. Getting started is simple with a two to four minute quiz to create your personalized training program. With over 40 games developed by educational experts, you can track and analyze your performance. Each game is intended to test and improve your listening, reading, writing and speaking skills.
VSCO is a photo-sharing app that has a more artistic-feel than Instagram. The app gives you features where you can edit or use filters, save them and choose which pictures to post. Unlike Instagram, the VSCO app does not have the ability to like,comment or see who is following you, giving you more freedom to post without judgement.
If you are struggling with collaborating efficiently and effectivity with coworkers, friends or classmates, download the Trello app. Trello makes it simple to organize projects, delegate tasks, and create deadlines. Create productive discussions with your team through attachments and constructive comments. Trello is a great tool not only in the office, but at home!
Whether you plan on installing the apps listed above or other apps, we recommend looking at ratings and reviews to ensure it’s worth downloading. Looking to take your business productivity to the next level? Consider adding a CRM system.