Best Apps for Productivity

Productivity | Apps | 07th February 2022 | Virtual Wire


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Are you trying to focus on your work or homework but can't concentrate? Do you end up scrolling through Instagram reels or watching YouTube?

If you can relate to these questions, you are not alone. Most of us suffer from continuous distractions that hinder our work. While they might seem enjoyable at once, they turn out to be frustrating later. Thus, I bring forward the five best apps for productivity that can help you focus more.


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One of the most famous ones on this list, Todoist is a very functional app. It allows you to organize your work in the simplest of ways. This app is free to use and is available on iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, Chrome, and Safari. You can edit and customize tasks, set specific deadlines, and even check your progress to see how far you've come. It also has the feature of prioritizing your work so that you complete the important ones first.


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Another popular productivity app, Evernote helps you to organize your work. You can make notes of what you have to do and insert pictures, PDFs, and more. These notes can be easily searched later on. Another feature of this app is that it allows you to sync your work on your other devices. It is a free app available on Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android.


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Wunderlist provides you with the feature to make to-do lists for setting tasks, reminders, and much more. A distinctive feature of this app is that you can set deadlines and reminders for individuals as well as for a team. Thus, it is an ideal app if you're working with a team snd want to track your data. It is free to use, or you can purchase its premium version costing around $4.99. It is available on Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Chrome, and Safari.


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If you are the type of person who needs to be told countless times to complete a task, this app is built for you. It has persistent notifications that won't stop until you get up and do your work. It serves as a reminder app that can be synced via devices. The only drawback with Due is that it isn't free to use (costs around $6.99) and is only available on macOS and iOS.


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Trello is a simple to use app that divides your work under the headings 'to-do, ongoing, and completed.' It is useful when it comes to organizing work in teams. It is free to use, but you can also buy its business version possessing more features and costs around $9.99/month. It is available on iOS, Android, Windows, macOS, and the web. Other honourable mentions include Slack, Toggl, Be Focused, Freedom, and Forest. However, these apps are useless until you want to do something worthwhile. Whatever you do shouldn't only help you today but, in the future, too. Stay motivated, and go show the world that you can do anything!

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