Heading into the New Year means new resolutions — but can you really keep them all? We’ve found some great apps to help you organize and manage your life. These apps might just help you keep those resolutions after all. And if not, at least they’ll help you get organized.
Google Keep is a simple, organizing app that is based on color coding. You can even insert your own photos that will remind and inspire you. Capture what’s on your mind and add it to your to-do list for a later time. Add notes, lists, photos and even share ideas and activities with your friends and family. You can try it out on the web. It’s available on the web, on Android, and in Chrome.
Organizing Junkie is an app for iPhone or other devices. This app has been designed as a tool to help you simplify and organize your daily task list without making things more complicated than they need to be. This little tool helps you organize your life and turn chaos into order. You can focus on your top 3 priorities for the day to make sure you accomplish them in a timely manner.
Simple Note is a basic app for list-making and organizing. Life is hectic and sometimes you just need to write things down to feel and be more organized. The nice thing about Simple Note is that these notes can be automatically synchronized back to your computer, helping you stay organized, remember and follow through. Sometimes simple is best.
Simple ToDo is similar to Simple Note but with a few more bells and whistles. It helps you create and manage multiple lists and to-do lists, and it and even generates wallpapers from to-do lists. You can delete items when completed, reorder based on priority, and add items any time. The cute little app icon displays a badge with the number of pending tasks so you don’t forget anything.
What apps are you using to get organized in the coming year?