Are your organizational skills lacking? Or could you just use a little assistance to make them better? If you answered “yes” to one or both of these questions, consider one of the many mobile apps that help you get and stay organized. There are many free apps to choose from. Check out a few that I like and recommend.
EasilyDo is the app that is said to “tell you what you need to do, before you even know you need to do it.” This app is capable of doing everything, from reminding you to buy flowers for your anniversary to making dinner reservations and much more.
One of the coolest things about this app is the ability to multi-task. Instead of having to keep track of several applications at the same time, EasilyDo keeps all of your crucial information in one place.
Other features include the ability to check traffic, track packages, issue a reminder about appointments and deadlines… just to name a few. EasilyDo seamlessly connects to many online services. It is free to use.
If you’re the type of person who likes to take notes in an effort to stay more organized, then Evernote is for you. In addition to writing notes which won’t get lost in the shuffle, you can also record notes and email notes to several devices simultaneously.
Better yet, you can organize all of your notes by placing them in “notebooks” or attaching tags to whichever ones you choose.
The Truebill personal finance app does an excellent job of keeping your finances organized at the touch of a button. You can easily keep track of your spending habits, receive notifications about upcoming charges, etc.
Truebill will keep track of all charges you’re receiving every month from paid subscriptions like Netflix and gym memberships, to recurring bills and utilities like Comcast or AT&T. They cancel unwanted subscriptions and services and also notify you if there are changes to your bills.
All of your personal information is protected by a password protected and it integrates with the Acorn app if you want to start investing your money.
If you’re a “to-do” list junkie, Any.do is the app for you. It syncs seamlessly between mobile, tablet and even a computer. The app allows you to work with others on shared lists and assigned tasks. You can follow up with tasks after a meeting. You can even get location-specific reminders.
If you’ve been using a calendar app that you’re not overly fond of, Any.do instead? If you’re involved in several projects at once, the app might just turn out to be your new best friend. It’s available for both Android and iPhone users.
If you’ve always wanted to be more organized, there’s more hope for you than ever before. One of the best things about using an app (especially a free one) is that if it doesn’t work for you, simply try another one until you find the perfect fit. Why not take a few minutes to check out a few of these apps today? Your organizational skills will thank you for it.