Here at iCloud Login, we do love to be organised, and have recently been playing around with various apps to help organise our workload. If your “to do” list is off the charts and sending you into a nail biting, sleep deprived mess, this article is for you.
Here are our top 5 apps to help you achieve as much as possible without frazzling your brain:
We all know the Germans have a reputation for efficiency, and this Berlin based company have created one of the best organisational apps on the market. With a 4.5 out of 5 star rating on the App Store, Wunderlist enables all sorts of benefits including the
syncing across all of your devices letting you keep on top of things regardless of where you are. It enables you to set reminders and deadlines for all tasks, and check the task off the list when done. You can easily share lists with friends and colleagues, it’s easy to use, and the basic app is free, but if you need more control, you can upgrade to a paying version.
If, like us, you are often sharing documents with colleagues who are not necessarily in the same office as you at all times, Dropbox is a fantastic way to share content, and ensure you are using the most up to date version.
Utilising the cloud, you can share a myriad of file types from any device, including PCs and Macs, iPads, iPhones and laptops.
Asana works both as a simple task manager, and a detailed project management tool. As with Wunderlist, it enables you to manage tasks and subtasks, and assign tasks to other users. One of the benefits with Asana is that you can categorise projects, mark milestones and overview project progress. You can get support for up to 5 users on a free account – which is a nice bonus!
The best thing about Evernote, as with Wunderlist, is its ability to sync across all your devices keeping your task manager up to date. The app is free (our favourite), has great search capabilities, and strong organisational design.
This timetabling schedule was designed for students, but let’s face it…in this day & age, with such busy schedules, who doesn’t need a succinct app to help keep on top of our hectic schedules?! It will remind you of exams (or deadlines), and remind you of unfinished homework (or work you have taken home). It is colour coded, and you can choose which colours are allocated to which subject. Everything is chosen freely by you, the user, so basically you can put anything you like into the timetable, and choose how often it is repeated (i.e daily/weekly/bi-weekly etc). Again, the basic app is free, but you can upgrade to unlock additional features.