|Name of App
|Asana (iPhone) (Android)
||Though Asana was made for businesses, it’s a great way to foster personal organization
and management skills. You can create multiple projects, assign tasks, and set deadlines.
The notification function keeps you abreast of important project phases, while the
app also lets you comment on tasks and send notes to others involved in a project.
||Do you get overwhelmed with all the things you have to do that are… well, due? This
sleek app allows you to set reminders so nothing falls through the cracks. It will
keep pestering you until you mark off a task as completed or delete it. Customize
alerts with a library of about 60 sounds. Another neat feature is that it automatically
changes time zones for you and doesn’t require an internet connection.
|Priority Matrix (iPhone) (Android)
||Get your priorities straight with Priority Matrix. This app will help you boost organization
and prioritization skills. Users can work as a team to get on the same page about
setting and accomplishing goals, or simply undertaking a project. Useful reminders
and real-time task updates help keep you on track, and reports give you insight into
how you’re managing your time.
||Most people get distracted by social media or computer time — this app helps you rescue
your time and prioritize what you’re doing so you don’t lose an afternoon to social
media or other interruptions. In addition to tracking offline activities, RescueTime
allows you to track time spent on mobile apps and voice calls. Set goals for your
digital life and view your habits to see how they change over time.
|Brain Focus (Android)
||Start and stop work or project sessions, get a better feel for your daily productivity,
and find out ways to best manage your time with Brain Focus. You can reward yourself
with breaks during the session or at the end. This app features a simple, clean interface,
plus reports that can help you focus on the tasks at hand.
|Any.do (iPhone) (Android)
||This application is perfect for students who need to create a to-do list. It also
synchronize all tasks with other devices so that the list can be accessed from anywhere.
Add new entries to the list with the help of touch-based interface, or use your voice
to create tasks. You can change the priority of your entry, mark a task as completed,
or even shake your device to remove all completed tasks from it.
||How often do you forget about the date and time of your test? Do you always know the
deadline of your homework, the time of your next lecture, and the subject of your
next class? Thanks to Studious, this problem will be solved once and forever. All
you need to do is to enter all information about your class, time, professor, location,
etc., and this cool application will remind you about it just in time!
||SelfControl is a free and open-source application for macOS that lets you block your
own access to distracting websites, your mail servers, or anything else on the Internet.
Just set a period of time to block for, add sites to your blacklist, and click "Start."
Until that timer expires, you will be unable to access those sites—even if you restart
your computer or delete the application.
||Jumpcut is an application that provides "clipboard buffering" — that is, access to
text that you've cut or copied, even if you've subsequently cut or copied something
else. The goal of Jumpcut's interface is to provide quick, natural, intuitive access
to your clipboard's history.