iPhone: Checkmark, our favorite app for location-based reminders on iOS was updated today with a few handy new features, including the ability to snooze reminders, add recurring reminders, and more.
iPhone: Work-life balance is an important part of healthy living, but it’s difficult sometimes to know exactly how much time you’re spending at work. Balance uses data from Moves to visualize where you’re spending your time.
Stay on task and streamline your workflow with these browser tools.
Washington – Dan Ariely, a behavioural economist at Duke University who wrote the popular book Predictably Irrational, has a portfolio of applications he helped create for the iPhone.
Most of us use Gmail as our main email service, but it’s so much more. Gmail can act as your to-do list, your notes board, your reminders, your list maker, and all the other things you need to be productive.
Google on Monday released presentation app Slides alongside updates to existing iOS apps Docs and Sheets, offering a free Web-connected alternative to similar productivity suites from Microsoft and Apple.
Mac: Pomodoro timers are easy enough to find, but if you’re looking for something that’s incredibly simple and free, Pomodoro One does the job.
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It always amazes me how many people donât know how to use the one device that they carry with them everywhere they go. I am talking about your phone.Â It is the one itemÂ that you never leave home w…
We reviewed Do.com, an app that provides users with a seamless meeting management solution.
This guide to PowerPoint shortcuts and efficiency tools is sure to save you tons of time.
iOS: Gamifying workouts is nothing new, but Superhero Workout, a new game from the developers of Zombies, Run!, changes things up a bit by adding an actual story to your workout.
We’ve known for a while that your smartphone is a better PC than your PC ever was. It can’t replace everything your computer does, but there are some things that are actually better to do on your phone, rather than your computer.
Timeful for iOS is an innovative app for managing your time, tasks lists, and habits in one place. Where most apps tackle one of the three or provide a
iOS: Remember Win is a good-looking app with a single purpose: to make you feel good about yourself. You can track all your wins, small or big, and then be reminded about them for some inspiration.
Chrome to Mobile is an easy way to take whatever you’re working on with you when you leave the office.The extension lets you take live webpages and work on the go by replicating your desktop browser experience on your smartphone.It works offline too, in case you need to get stuff done in a dead zone.
Windows/Mac/Linux: You have a billion options for different notes apps, but if you’re looking for something that resembles Wikipedia more than a notepad, Scribbleton does the trick.
Previously mentioned Groupiful makes it easy to collaborate with a small group of others on projects like school projects, home renovations or family reunions, but the service just updated with a sharp new interface, Dropbox integration, and more features to make organizing your to-dos or everyone’s to-dos easier.
Mailbox, the popular iOS and Android email app, has started sending out invitations for its public beta for the Mac app. You’ll need a beta key to check it out, but you can request one from the Mailbox site. You can find more info on the Mailbox blog.
Sam from Easy Offices provides several tools and best practices to automate processes and make you, as a small business owner, more efficient and streamlined
Our phones have become the center of our lives in many respects. And we can do things from the palm of our hand, with the tap of a button, that were never possible before. How does your phone make …
Pushbullet is an amazing app that pushes information and notifications to and from your electronic devices so you can always stay on top of things.
iPhone: We’re fans of CARROT, the to-do app that makes you work for your success by adding a bit of hostility to your to-dos. Today, it adds some new features, including a new speech synthesizer, a new story chapter, and more.
Chrome: If you want the buzz of a coffee shop or the sounds of the ocean while working, but don’t have bandwidth to spare, Elmnts is a minimalistic Chrome extension that does it all offline.