There is an amazing selection of free or low cost applications out there that I use everyday to make my day productive and finish my tasks more efficiently.
Someone asked me via email earlier in the week what productivity tools and apps I use everyday. So, I thought today to talk about 5 tools that I found helpful.
I hope that they help others who might be looking for some help in this area and would love to hear what you’re using below in comments!
Pocket offers mobile apps and browser extensions to bookmark anything you want to read or watch later. The thing I love about pocket is, the articles will be saved offline. So, you don’t need to be online to read those articles that you found interesting.
Pocket website here.
Good Time App
Actually it’s nothing but a well-designed and easy to use Pomodoro Timer. If you don’t know what is Pomodoro. Here’s a quick introduction, Pomodoro is a technique for time management discovered by Francesco Cirillo. For more information on Pomodoro go here.
You can download this app on play store here.
It’s a hassle free To-do list app offers both web and mobile apps for all platforms. Most of the powerful features are free here when you compare it with other apps in this space.
Though the app is primarily created for to create To-do lists, I use it more like a reminder.
Wunder list website here.
All of my favorite websites on one single place here on feedly. I read variety of best sites on different topics using this one app.
I also wrote a detailed tutorial about how upsc aspirants can use feedly to read Hindu for current affairs preparation online.
Although pocket app replaced Evernote for most my web archiving activity. Still, I use Evernote for many reasons each day.
From taking quick notes to saving pictures. Because Evernote offers easy to interface and rich categorize options that most of the apps miss.
Read my previous where I teach about taking notes for upsc preparation using Evernote.
I’am using more than these 5 tools. But these are the tools I use every day for my day to day activities.
I also love to hear what tools you’re using and how you’re using them in comments below?
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