5 Apps to Help You Stay Organized

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Laptops, smartphones and tablets all make it easier to get more stuff done throughout the day. But, technology and the productivity that comes with it can often make it easy for people to take on too much or become overwhelmed. Apps that improve your organization can help make your daily tasks a little less overwhelming. From time management to organizational lists, there is an app out there that will help save you a little time throughout the day. Here’s a list of five apps guaranteed to keep you organized.

1. Things

Designed to help you tackle your sometimes overwhelming to-do list, this Apple program is built to help you get stuff done. “It breaks down even the most daunting tasks into achievable, bite-size chunks and brings list-making into the Internet era. To use the program on your iPhone, iPad or computer, just type in everything you need to do, whether a single chore, like clearing out a closet, or such weekly projects as taking out the recycling,” writes Mark Harris, a Next Avenue contributor. Users can put a time limit on when tasks need to be done and are presented with a checklist everyday to make sure nothing is forgotten. Things is available for $50 on a Mac, $20 on an iPad and $10 on an iPhone.

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2. EasilyDo

Have you been hoping for a personal assistant to help keep you on track? Look no further than EasilyDo. Rather than having several apps that help you keep track of appointments, deadlines and to-do items, this free app stores all of your information in one place. Here’s what it can help with: it’ll check for traffic, file receipts, track packages and alert you to birthdays, writes Austin Woman Magazine. So rather than use multiple apps or computer tabs, you can connect EasilyDo to a number of online services and never stress about missing out on something again.

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