How to manage time with these 10 useful apps

There is no argument to the fact that ‘Time is the most valuable resource’. When we’re young we have a lot of time to try things and to fail but as we grow older, this resource becomes more and more deficient because we start chasing other resources like money. With the responsibility of meeting deadlines, paying bills and saving enough for the retirement, we often tend to lose track of time and end up with no time for our families or even ourselves. So in order to tame time to reach most goals and fulfil all dreams, here is a list of apps that will help you manage time.

1. Loop- Habit Tracker

Let’s just agree with the fact that nothing beats a great slice of pizza. No matter how cheesy and delightful that slice may taste and feel, it is unhealthy for our body. With studies backing the ill-effects of junk food consumption, junk food consumption is one of the bad habits that we must avoid to make more time. Loop helps users to form productive rituals to become fit or to keep calm or to eat healthily and a lot more. All one needs to do is set a goal in the app and access dozens of presets called recipes. Following these habits on a routine basis can result in the full adoption of these good habits which would in-turn save you a lot of time.

2. Focus Booster

Focus booster is a great app for people who want to start following the well known Pomodoro Technique. It is a decade’s old technique which is aimed at individuals who procrastinate and feel overwhelmed by tasks. It has a nice and colorful user interface that is fairly easy to set up. It also keeps track of your working habits and intervals to give a timely report of how we perform. It is a great app for people who get anxiety from work pressure and also for people who procrastinate a lot.

3. LastPass Password Manager-

Here’s the deal:

With growing concern of digital data protection due to some recent data breach and leak scandals, it is important to have a secure and safe password. LastPass is one of the many password protection apps which can be a great tool to store and manage all your passwords. I personally recommend LastPass because I use it as my go-to password manager and services that they beat the competition in many aspects. It easily lets users add and manage passwords from various websites. It is also encrypted which ensures that hackers won’t come anywhere close to your passwords. It also helps in generating secure and safe passwords to add an extra layer of protection. It is a great tool to save time on the fly and can save a lot of time for people who cannot easily remember passwords.

4. Pocket-

Pocket is a great app to save articles and web pages for later consumption. It stores articles, web pages, news stories and a lot more. It can save you a lot of time by giving you an option to read a particular news story or article later. It can be a great tool for people who consume all sorts of content on their phone or tablet. The best part about pocket is that it can also be used without an internet connection which ensures you have some content to read even if you’re stranded on an island. 

5. Google Drive-

Google Drive can be a great backup drive for your photos, videos, documents and all things multimedia. Every user gets a free 15Gb on their google account and if you want more, you can subscribe to more storage. With cloud computing becoming more and more mainstream it is a great tool to backup all your phone data on your google drive and with an option to subscribe upto 30TB, google drive is the place to go to store all your precious memories and multimedia files. It can be a great tool for people who are always looking for files and photos and are unable to find it at one place.

6.Daylio-

Daylio is one of the apps that has completely changed the way I work. Daylio is a life-tracking app that is used to keep a record of moods, feelings, and activities. It’s free and is available across all operating systems. It allows me to add my day in the form of a mood (awesome, good, average, meh, awful etc). It also lets users add activities and moods to make it more personal. Everything in the app is colour coded so, it becomes easier to keep a track of everything. I personally use the app to keep a track of my feelings and moods as it saves me a lot of time in situations where I am not able to decide why I have a particular mood or feeling.

7. Todoist-

Todoist is a task manager app that lets users assign to-do items, add due dates and tag them with different labels. It works across devices and is available on almost every operating system. Users get karma points when they complete a task and are consistent with their task completion. It is a great app to manage tasks with optimum utilization of all resources including time. There is no doubt in the fact that all the features and services that Todoist offers, makes it the ultimate digital-to-do list.

8. Forest App-

It is a unique timer app which grows a virtual tree of users while they work during the timer duration. It lets users focus more on productivity and helps them save time and if they don’t comply, the app kills their virtual tree. The app can also be used with a group where team members would collaborate to work together and build a dense virtual forest by working hard during their timers and saving their trees as a team. The app is also available across the operating system globe and integrates well with all versions. It can be a great tool for people who lose focus quite easily.

9. Kiwake App-

Here’s the deal:

We all share a love and hate relationship with alarms. Some people love it for the fact that it makes a tedious task of waking up a lot easier. Some people hate it because they value sleep over everything. Hate it or love it, alarms have completely changed the way we’ve used the clock and Kiwake adds to it in a unique way. Kiwake is an alarm clock app with a twist. The twist is that it adds a little more meaning to daily alarms and removes the temptation to snooze the alarm. Users are given particular tasks that they need to complete in order to dismiss the alarm. The tasks could be simple like waking up to a bit complex like finishing a brain puzzle. Whatever the case might be, Kiwake is a great app which will save a lot of your time by irritating you a little bit.

10. Evernote-

Evernote is my go-to app for note-taking and managing my notes. The user interface is simple and I love the fact that it provides a lot for absolutely free. I use it’s basic version because it suits my usage perfectly but with premium and office subscription plan of Evernote, you can get a lot more from the app. It is a great tool to add and manage all your notes and tasks on the fly. It will save you a lot of time if you integrate it properly in your workflow.

So, this was our list of 10 great apps that will save you a lot of time. You can use this saved time on yourself, or spend it with your family or friends. If you have any comments drop them down below and after using any of the above-mentioned apps, do tell us your opinion regarding the same.

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