Nowadays half of the work done on laptop is done on our smartphones. They are actually getting smarter day by day. There are so many apps available on play store, which would boost your productivity and assist with the same. Be it the calendar, to-do lists or Microsoft Office Suite, there is something in each of them, which would help you in your day-to-day tasks. Here are few must-have productivity apps that one should have:

  1. Any.Do
    This is an app, which would help you assist in your daily to-do list, reminders, and notes. The best thing about this app is that it lets you sync your phone to your desktop and thus would keep your lists updated. You can also integrate your calendar with the same. They also have a feature of voice-entry which would let you update your tasks and reminders by speaking. This is a very useful app for those who have busy schedules.
  2. CloudMagic Email
    This is a great app if you want to keep all your emails in one place. CloudMagic supports quite a lot of email accounts and hence you can log-in in all your email accounts from one place. CloudMagic users would need a profile from which they can get instant access to all their email accounts instead of logging in into all of them. Additionally, it also provides various sync settings, calendar support and much more.
  3. IF by IFTTT
    This app is like an If, Then game. This app allows you make recipes which would involve what you want a certain app to do and then do it automatically. E.g.: save a photo you upload on Facebook to your Dropbox account. Thus every time you would upload a photo on Facebook, this app would save it to your Dropbox. This way you can assign your tedious tasks to this app. The initial making of recipes may take time, but it would be worth it.
  4. Pushbullet
    Pushbullet allows you to link your devices together like your phone and your desktop. It basically allows you to share files, images or documents from one linked device to another. You can link a number of devices through Pushbullet. Also, mirroring your phone’s notifications on your desktop can be enabled so that you don’t have to check your phone every time you get a notification. You can also reply to messages and all via Pushbullet.
  5. Pocket
    It often happens that you sometimes don’t have enough time to read an interesting article wholly. You may bookmark it but it is quickly forgotten. Pocket is very useful in such times. It saves full articles so that you can read them later whenever you have time. You can read them even when you are offline.
  6. RunKeeper
    RunKeeper has been one of the top fitness apps since long. It is very useful for tracking your runs and also would help in keeping your running schedule up-to-date. Once you provide health goal to the app, it would help you by giving guidance if needed. You can also sync your smart watch to this app and thus help you achieve your health goals.
  7. DashClock Widget
    DashClock makes a very interesting widget and it would hold a number of important information like appointments, unread messages, missed calls and so on. It would also allow you to add extensions like short cuts, battery life, and other stuff you may need. It would make everything personalized.

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