Ever wanted to use an application that increases your productivity as well as gives you ease of access? Here’s a list of the best productivity apps you can try.
1. Google Now (www.google.com/landing/now)
This is one of Google’s innovations. It is an application that serves as a personal assistant and can be downloaded and installed on mobile devices with iOS and Android operating systems. It is also compatible to download and install on personal computers using the Google Chrome browser.
2. 24me (www.twentyfour.me)
With this application on your device, you can manage your calendar, notes, and to-do lists in one place. Other than a scheduling app, 24me allows you to monitor your service providers, banks, utilities, your social networks, and much more.
3. Assistant.ai (www.assistant.ai)
Using Assistant.ai will help you track and customize your experiences because the application tries to capture your favorite places as well as your most used services in order to come up with the best suggestions for you. It will offer functions according to data it collects to fit your location and schedule preferences.
4. Indigo (www.play.google.com/store/)
You can download Indigo from Google Play Store to your Android mobile device. You’ll be surprised to learn that you can talk to her like you are talking to an actual human being.
5. Vlingo (www.vlingo.com)
This is an intelligent personal assistant for your Android device. It is acclaimed as one of the best voice-to-text application.
6. Wunderlist (www.wunderlist.com)
Wunderlist is best used for personal and professional tasks. The app allows you to see what you’ve completed and what you have not yet completed. You can use it when planning a holiday or when you’re making a shopping list. Your lists can easily be shared with a partner using this app.
7. Quip (www.play.google.com/store)
Perfect app for teams to work and collaborate. Quip allows you to create living documents. It also has a chat feature that allows you to communicate with your teammates. It allows you to share documents, task lists, or spreadsheets.
8. Wut Wut (www.wutwut.com)
Need an app that can send mass messages to friends? Try WUT, a new social app with an “anonymish, ephemeral” text messaging function that you can use to send messages to your Facebook friends.
9. Anomo (www.play.google.com/store)
Anomo is an instant messaging app that allows you to have fun, interactive conversations with people.
10. Kindly (www.itunes.apple.com)
Available for iOS devices. This “kind” app aims to connect people with problems to strangers who can help them by talking to them about their troubles for 15 minutes.
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