I always find myself scrolling through new apps and trying them out, especially when they’re about productivity. So I came across a few that have pretty great features but haven’t seen anyone talk about before, partly because they’re new and partly because they were only found after scrolling further for some time.
This app is perfect for families or partners because it supports shared calendars and lets you have multiple calendars in the same place. You can also create groups and have each of their own calendars. There is a chat function for every schedule, you can change the colours of the calendars, choose which ones to display, save memos and even add tasks or events that you don’t have a deadline or specific date for yet. You can access your account on Timetree web, too.
This one is just very appealing to the eye, in my opinion. This app turns your reminders into a stack of cards that you swipe up once you’re done or swipe down to put them on snooze. Which is a very unique attempts and who knows, maybe it works for the few of you? I think it has potential because everyone could probably feel incredibly satisfied not having any cards left by the end of the day, knowing that you got everything done.
Bring your notes into structure with this app with a really pretty interface. If you’re very keen on organisation and colour-coding, this could be the app for you. You can share your notes and also export the data if you want to.
This is a cute app for all your to-dos with subtasks with reminders and a smart overview, tags and planning ahead.
Such a pretty app. It’s got colour-coded folders and you can basically change up the background photos of your notes. It’s fun and quite organised, even comes with a to-do feature and a calendar. You could easily use it to write a journal, too. A synch with Evernote is possible, too.
This is a productivity dashboard in a tab that works offline just fine. You can put your own background picture, you’ve got the weather, the time display, but also a to-do section in a list or in matrix format which I find really useful to keep an overview of your prioritised tasks. If you use Todoist for your tasks, you can synch it with this extension as well!
You can also block sites in the settings, set a productivity timer and track your sites so you can have an overview of where you procrastinate the most. Even the font can be changed. I really really like this one and thought I’d let you know about it, even though it’s not an app in itself
What are your favourite productivity apps?