Evernote is great, but it’s not exactly the most minimal, easy to use app on iOS. That said, you can use Drafts, another app in the App Store, to do a lot more with Evernote. Evernote Essentials author Brett Kelley shows off a bunch of tricks for integrating the two apps together for a better […]
iPhone: You have a ton of options for calendar apps in the iTunes App Store, but Shifts does things a little differently by catering more toward people who don’t have the typical nine to five schedule.
Mac: Any.do, our favorite to-do app on the iPhone, is now available as a native Mac app. It comes packed with Notification Center integration, badges, and more.
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iOS: To-do lists can help you focus, but they’re primarily an individual activity. Complete is a to-do list that harnesses the power of others to keep you accountable and motivated.
iOS: Taking a picture of a document or a business card is pretty easy with the Camera app. However, it takes time to focus, and it is tedious to photograph a bunch of documents.. Evernote’s new Scannable quickly takes pictures of anything it sees and lets use the results anywhere on your iPhone–not just Evernote.
If you’re using Evernote the right way, you probably have a lot of content to sift through. Evernote’s Table of Contents feature helps you find your notes quickly when they’re piling up.
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iOS: We all have things we’d like to improve in our lives. Way of Life tracks any goal for you and gives you reminders and real-time statistics.
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Android: Our favorite calendar app for Android just got a whole lot better. Business Calendar 2 adds a slick new interface, a task list for managing your to-do list, new widgets, better tablet support, and a lot more.
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Sometimes we lose sight of a goal because it’s not in the forefront of our minds, like making an impulse purchase when we planned to save. Create reminders that keep your goals fresh in your mind, and then automate them so you don’t even have to try to remember.
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