10 Best iPhone Apps to Keep You Organized and On Track

10 Best iPhone Apps to Keep You Organized and On Track

Let’s face it: juggling work goals, family responsibilities, and daily errands can be tough, even without your phone constantly dying in your pocket! What if you could make your iPhone work for you and help you stay organized and on track 24/7?

Turns out you can…at least with the right iPhone apps! So today, let’s look at 10 great apps that can help you stay organized no matter what you need to do throughout the day.

Any.do

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First of all, Any.do: a quality time management application, ideal for people who forget to do daily tasks all the time. “This handy app includes reminders, notes, and even a to-do list feature so you never forget critical daily goals, like getting groceries or picking your kid up from school!” says Lyudmyla Dobrynina, North America Marketing Manager at optimal.

Any.do is also great because it includes a feature that lets you send lists with others or assign tasks to others in a group. This is arguably the best family planning and management app overall because you can include your kids or spouse and share the daily tasks, so everything gets done on time with minimal hassle or of hassle.

“But you can and should also use Any.do for tasks and organization in your workplace,” says Erin Banta, co-founder and CEO of Pepper Home. “It’s not just for daily to-do list tracking. In fact, it’s so effective that I think it deserves a place among the best business organization tools available today.

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Cloze is an ideal iPhone application for managing business relationships. “It can help you stay organized and on track throughout your workday like few other device tools,” says Adam Nadelson, CEO of The IV Doc.

In a nutshell, Cloze connects all your different business contacts in one place. Then it mixes in a messaging command center and social networking aspects to form a one-stop-shop to handle all business relationships, like customer, peer, and supervisor relationships.

However, the most important thing Cloze does is to sync all the contact information of email addresses and social media platforms for those contacts. Therefore, you will never wonder where to find someone’s email address or phone number; Cloze will always have this information ready to use at the push of a button.

Todoist

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Then there’s Todoist, a great to-do list scheduling and management tool. This cross-platform tool is available not only on iOS platforms but also on Android platforms. Either way, it has a streamlined and minimalist interface that makes navigating the app’s functions quick and easy.

“Once you start Todoist for the first time, you’ll see that you can turn written tasks or concepts into recurring or one-time actions: perfect for setting weekly goals or tasks you don’t want to forget,” says John Sarson , CEO of American Academy of Cryptography. You can also color code different jobs or tasks, allowing you to designate different priority levels or importance levels for different things.

Productivity charts, shared projects, and other features make it a favorite of management enthusiasts and a perfect choice if you need something to help organize your personal life.

Otter voice notes

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Otter Voice Notes is an extremely useful transcription app for iPhone devices. As an organizational tool, it allows you to easily transcribe notes by recording your spoken words. Although you still need to speak clearly, it picks up your voice and pitch much better than competing apps on the market. When used correctly, it can save you several hours of transcription time.

“With Otter Voice Notes, you can take all the essential notes you need by voice rather than having to handwrite or type them,” says Isaiah Henry, CEO of Sea breeze management. “Even better, Otter Voice Notes lets you export your transcriptions in text format. Then you can modify them to correct inaccuracies or use them in other applications quickly and easily. It’s one of the simplest and easiest to use organization apps out there and perfect for people who don’t like manual note taking.

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Momento is another great reminder tool for iPhone. In a nutshell, Momento lets you see all tasks or upcoming tasks with a standard or grid layout, depending on your preference.

“The grid layout is particularly aesthetically pleasing, but it’s also great for those who like to keep their everyday life organized when they have a lot of tasks to do,” says Benjamin Meskin, president of Cabrelle.

Although Momento is primarily available as a mobile app, you can also use it as a widget. The “For You” tab breaks down a very quick overview of your most essential tasks from the to-do list or essential reminders. Or you can take advantage of the journal or diary section to write down your thoughts for later use. Note that Momento is only available on iOS devices, not Android devices.

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Toggl is a top choice for iPhone users who want track their time. For example, let’s say you want to find out how productive you really are at work or when working remotely from home. You can use Toggl to keep track of how you spend your time.

With Toggl, you can track your time on your phone, PC, or both platforms with its data sync feature. Once you’ve tracked your time, you can then analyze it and determine your productivity, how to improve your time efficiency, and more.

That’s not all. Toggl also lets you tag, organize, and edit items for review and reporting. With Toggl, you can manage not only your time, but also the time of the employees who work for you, a major benefit for small business owners.

24me

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24me is basically a virtual assistant app. “It can easily double as a personal assistant, whether you’re a secretary, middle manager, or CEO of a growing startup,” says Marcus Hutsen, director of business development at Patriot Coolers.

24me can do many things, including:

This last feature is particularly noteworthy because calendar information can be exported to different calendar applications like Outlook, Google Calendar, etc. 24me also sends various smart notifications, such as reminders for upcoming tasks or events, as well as weather warnings. Use the voice command feature to make appointments quickly and easily.

Overall, 24me makes it easy to manage your hectic day, so it’s one of the best organization apps overall.

Trello

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Who can forget Trello? “Trello is essentially a digital bulletin board,” says Karden Rabin, co-founder of School of Chronic Fatigue. “On this iOS app, you can post and edit items on your to-do list, as well as take notes, assign tasks, and send tasks to other members of your organization or family.”

Trello is overall one of the best organizational apps that lets you create dynamic lists. Trello lists are “containers”, which can then be filled with cards. Cards can hold notes, thoughts, tasks, data, and anything else you might need.

Once a container contains one or more cards, you can move the cards to other lists or containers. Consider it the ultimate note-based project management app, especially since you can share everything on Trello with multiple different users within your organization.

Evernote

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Evernote is a cross-platform note-taking app and is hugely popular – for good reason too! Evernote lets you quickly and easily capture and upload notes, as well as contribute audio, video, and photos to its database. Once Evernote has all the data, it can organize that information into easily shareable notebooks to pass on to different devices.

“Basically, if you have media that needs to be translated into a note, Evernote can help,” says Stephanie Venn-Watson, CEO of Bold15. On top of that, the Evernote app includes other incredibly important and useful features, ranging from formatting options to organizational tools and more. Evernote is arguably the main note-taking app overall and the first choice if that’s what you need more than anything else.

Click up

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Last but not least is ClickUp: a very intuitive and simplistic project management platform. It’s perfect for use on your iOS (and it’s only available on that platform). As an all-in-one project management solution, it features a very easy-to-use interface and can integrate with other third-party apps, such as messaging apps or time tracking apps.

It’s completely free but allows unlimited use of all its features for just $5 per month. “ClickUp lets you set up notifications, set up projects, set up separate spaces for different tasks, and finally send those projects to different people in your company,” says Rym Selmi, founder of MiiRO. “You can even color-code or mark certain tasks as more or less imminent or important so you can prioritize your efforts accordingly.”

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There you have it, 10 fantastic iPhone apps that can help you stay on track and organized throughout the day. Even better, you can combine several of these apps for project management at work, managing your daily errands, and making your notifications a little friendlier. Try each of these apps today and let us know what you think!

The story originally appeared on List Wire

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