Smartphones have become the part and parcel of our modern day life and we carry them along no matter where we go. Besides, the LTE connectivity and powerful processors they carry allow them to be our perfect personal assistants to boost productivity. And if you want to be more productive this year, you must want to add some of the best apps to your iPhone so that you’re headed in right direction. Be it the popular note-taking apps or office suites or calendars, you need these apps to make sure that you’re using your iPhone to its full potential. Here are some of the best productivity apps that you must have on your iOS device. Let’s take a look.
It is common for us to forget many of our routine chores and tasks due to busy schedules. However, Any.do app helps you make sure that everything goes as you plan. It gives you access to reminders, to-do lists and notes. The app even allows you to share your lists with others and assign tasks to them. With the ability to sync across devices, Any.do gives you everything you need for improving your overall performance.
Just Press Record
The one-tap versatile recording app to use on iPhone/iPad and even on the Apple Watch, Just Press Record comes with some productive features like its ability to be used as a transcription tool that makes note-taking ever more easier. Pressing long on icon of the app in notification widget or lockscreen allows users to record anything they want. It’s also a cool app that transcribes speech and extends support for quite a few languages. Everything is sorted according to time and date and you can also rename it manually. With transcription features of the app, it is possible for you to search through your recordings with specific terms. All your transcriptions and recordings are synced to iCloud allowing you to share them with different apps as well.
iFile is your complete file manager app for jailbroken iPhone. With iFile iOS 10, for instance, you can have complete access to the files on your iOS device that has already been jailbroken in exactly the same way as you get with Finder on Mac. iFile allows for advanced customization and management of the files you have on your iOS device. The app also makes it a lot quicker for you to navigate through your iPhone’s file system using different tabs. It even allows you to install the .deb software packages as well. Besides, you can also pack/unpack the zip files or any other compressed versions as well.
Tracking and logging the work hours, schedules and shifts is often considered a headache. But Hours is your perfect time-tracking utility featured in the iOS that offers visual timeline, reminders and different tools for logging your working hours without much of a hassle. It is also possible to set notifications and easily start, stop, and change your timers. The app also allows you to set the rounding rules to log time, view the hours that have been tracked on the calendar, and also to track time according to project, task and client. The app also allows you to add different notes to the time log, check detailed reports within the app and even send detailed PDF and CSV reports.
Buffer turns out to be quite a useful app for managing your social media accounts. With its ability to schedule posts and handling several accounts at a time, it makes you more productive and active on social media. Besides, it gives you access to detailed analytics as well. The app extends support for Google+, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and different other social media platforms. If you’re using the app for free, however, you will be limited to only three social media accounts at a time besides the scheduled queue can have just 10 posts for each account as well. These limits can be increased by choosing premium plans, however.