Top Productivity Apps

To manage your day and keep track of things you do generally, you would need a personal assistant, but you don’t need assistance anymore in the era of the internet.

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Here are some of the best apps that will boost your productivity to 10x times.

1.Notion

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Notion is the best-rated software ever for project management and note-taking. It is software designed to help members of a company or organization coordinate deadlines, objectives, and assignments for the sake of efficiency and productivity.

Nowadays notion is very popular among creators, almost every creator and Youtuber uses the notion for tracking things going on. Students can personally use it as a notes app as all the data is stored in the cloud and accessible wherever we login it.

It supports Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, macOS, and the web too.

2. RelaxFrens

RelaxFrens is an app to help you meditate using relaxing sounds. RelaxFrens provides you with a calming environment in which you can start your work/study/meditation journey without any disturbance. The best aspect of RelaxFrens is that it gives you the option to customize different sounds.

To get the shit done we need a calm and peaceful environment which is hard to find these days but we have Relaxfrens which is the best solution for making our own environment using customizable sounds.

As of now, the relaxfrens have a web page that is portable on all devices. Make sure that you visit and bookmark or add to the home screen Relaxfrens.

3. Google Sheets

from google

Google Sheets is a spreadsheet program included as part of the free, web-based Google Docs Editors suite offered by Google. The service also includes Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Drawings, Google Forms, Google Sites, and Google Keep.

Google Sheets allows users to edit, organize, and analyze different types of information. It allows collaborations, multiple users can edit and format files in real-time, and any changes made to the spreadsheet can be tracked by a revision history.

It supports Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, macOS, Blackberry OS, etc.

4. Microsoft Office

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Microsoft Office is the productivity cloud designed to help each of us achieve what matters, in our work and life, with best-in-class Office apps, intelligent cloud services, and advanced security. It contains a word processor (Word), a spreadsheet program (Excel) and a presentation program (PowerPoint), an email client (Outlook), a database management system (Access), and a desktop publishing app (Publisher).

Office is produced in several versions targeted towards different end-users and computing environments. The original, and most widely used version, is the desktop version, available for PCs running the Windows and macOS operating systems. Microsoft also maintains mobile apps for Android and iOS. Office on the web is a version of the software that runs within a web browser.

5. Trello

from trello website

Trello is the visual work management tool that empowers teams to ideate, plan, manage, and celebrate their work together in a collaborative, productive, and organized way. Whether you and your team are starting something new or trying to get more organized with your existing work, Trello adapts to any project.

Trello is an easy-to-use, flexible and fun project management tool. It includes a handy drag and drop feature when working on your boards. This simple interface makes moving projects through a system seamless and easy. Setup is straightforward and only takes a matter of minutes.

It supports Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, macOS, and the web too.

6. Flora — Focus & Block Distraction

from flora website
from flora website

Flora is a new way to stay off your phone, clear to-do lists, and build positive, life-changing habits. Whenever you want to make progress toward your goals, grow trees in Flora!

Flora belongs to a sub-category of Pomodoro tools that have been called “gameodoros.” Behind Flora’s cute shrub icon is a virtual garden full of “focus trees” that you grow by completing designated increments of uninterrupted phoneless focus time, during which Flora blocks use of any other app on your phone. When you complete a focus period, the generic acorn that appears on the app’s homepage will blossom into an oak tree, a blueberry, a rose and other adorable animated flora. If you can’t resist temptation, your plant dies. Each tree in your garden lasts only seven days, as a way to encourage consistent focus habits.

It is available on Android, iOS, and as a Chrome extension.

Forest app is also the best app for focusing and following the pomodoro principle.

7. Todoist

from todoist website

Todoist is a to-do list and task manager for professionals and small businesses. Combining tasks, projects, comments, attachments, notifications, and more, Todoist lets users streamline their personal and team productivity and work more effectively.

It enables ease of task scheduling. Ease to track task and project progress. It’s simple to track and view the status of tasks and projects. I like the ease to create and manage daily to-do and tasks.

It supports Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, macOS, and the web too.

8. Audible

from amazon

Audible is the leading creator and provider of premium audio storytelling, enriching the lives of our millions of listeners every day. With a customer-centric approach to technological innovation and superior programming, Audible has reinvented a media category and is the driving force behind today’s audio entertainment revolution.

Audible’s content includes more than 200,000 audio programs from audiobook publishers, broadcasters, entertainers, magazine and newspaper publishers, and business information providers. Content includes books of all genres, as well as radio shows (classic and current), speeches, interviews, stand-up comedy, and audio versions of periodicals such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

It is widely used by creators, youngsters, professionals, etc. It is available on Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, macOS, and the web too.

So, by this I’ll end my blog and make sure you visit relaxfrens website for meditating with calming sounds.

Writer ~ Mohd Abdul Aleem

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