10 Productivity Apps to Sync with Your iPhone
Wunderlist is reminder app in which you can set deadlines for certain tasks. You can also take notes and add detail to each task that you have set yourself to complete. Earlier this month Mac Genius posted a full review of Wunderlist which you can view by following the link. With cloud sync built into this great task manager you can also share your lists with friends and family. Boost your productivity and make sure you don’t forget any important tasks you have to carry out.
Pulp is a great newsreader, or RSS reader, that lets you turn all of your favourite websites and journals into “your own personal newspaper” making the articles you read, free from the clutter that many websites have surrounding the important content, and allowing multiple articles to be available on the screen at once. It is a very effective way of browsing through your favourite news stories, pictures and headlines, in one, all inclusive application.
Day One is a diary for your Mac and iPhone/iPad. It lets you note down your day to day activities acting as the diary for the digital age. It has a great interface with really well designed graphics which makes using it a joy. There is a quick entry feature via the menubar so that when you want to, the task to start jotting down your ideas or feelings is a really simple one. With support for Dropbox and a really simple synchronization process with the iPhone, Day One is a great text logging application for Mac.
Todo is essentially a to-do application which allows you to sync with the cloud. With a great number of features, such as tagging, full checklists, drag and drop scheduling as well as good search features, Todo will make recording and remembering items a whole lot easier for you once you start to use it.
Evernote “helps millions worldwide remember anything and everything that happens in their lives”. It is essentially a jotter for every little bit and piece you need to remember. Snippets from the web, parts of emails, and even scanned in hand-written notes can be fully searched and the content you are looking for found easily. Read the full review of Spotify that has been posted, in which more details about Spotify and its features are revealed.
Things brads itself as the easy to use, not over complicated, but powerful to-do application. We absolutely agree with this statement. The fact is, that Things has a wide range of features and an great looking interface that makes it fit for almost any level of task management. This makes it simple enough to use for the most-basic to-do lists, but also powerful enough to handle a full blown GTD workflow.
The logical workflow that is presented in Billings, makes quoting, invoicing, and time tracking really really simple to do. Billings combines the nitty gritty parts of financing and bills with great looking templates to make the task of invoicing that little less daunting. You can also accept payments whilst not at your Mac with the mobile version of Billings which means you can even tract
Mind maps are an “old school” method of revision and note taking. But many people still use this same technique today because of its effectiveness. MindNode Pro will help you digitise your mind maps so you are no longer restricted to the size of a piece of paper, but have all the virtual space you could want. You can use MindNode for brainstorming, holiday planning, research, writing, project management – and in many different environments – school, meetings, and a workspace or a workflow document. MindNode Pro will take your mind mapping to the next level.