Best productivity apps for 2021

We all have equal 24 hours each day, but without a good organization, we may not be able to achieve our full potential in the different tasks we have to perform in our day-to-day life. However, we can solve this issue by finding simple way to increase our productivity.

No matter if you are on android, iOS, ipad, or any other platform, here is a list of different apps in the market to help us solve this issue. Let us see which are the best ones among them.

Trello Review

If you want to plan your own tasks in advance, or are running a small team of freelancers, Trello could be a very good choice for your tasks. It has a good user-friendly interface which is easy to learn and use. Signing up is also pretty easy, you can sign up with just your email and start using it instantly.

The interface is designed in a card format, and you can separate the tasks in the form of cards. You can give your cards a label as well as a due date. A reminder is configurable, so you can remind yourself when it’ll matter the most to you. There is also free plan through which you can create up to 10 boards and unlimited cards. If you need more, or need advanced synchronisation across multiple accounts, then you can choose their business class plan or enterprise plan.

Todoist Review

Todoist is more suitable for individual usage and it’s interface is more similar to Gmail. You can add and schedule your tasks with just few steps. You can give priorities to your tasks and as well as create sub-tasks and sections.

You can also save your tasks as projects and share it with someone else. Progress in completion of tasks is saved, and you can review it in the form of charts. Todoist also allows integrating with many other popular apps such as Dropbox, Zapier and more. This helps in keeping all your activity and progress in a single platform for review.

Toggl Review

Toggl is another time tracking software used by more than 5 Million users. It is free to use for up to 5 users. The User-interface is very intuitive where you can plan your projects both in a calendar format as well as by creating boards. You can create tasks and checklists for your work. You can also change status based on the completion status of your work.

Through in-task comment feature you can also communicate with your team on your work progress. You can also use the drag and drop feature to move around the created boards. This app is best suitable for teams and helps you make a good plan.

Monday Review

Monday is an enterprise level productivity app that helps in collaboration, organizing and improve your work efficiency. According to their website they have more than 100,000 teams. Valuable brands like CocaCola, Adobe, Universal use this software to plan their work.

The interface accommodates many features keeping simplicity in mind. You can use all the features within a single dashboard. You can also integrate with many popular apps like linkedin, slack, github and more. You can also automate repetitive work and visualize the work progress in the form of charts.

The customer support is also pretty good and it is 24/7. You can use their free 14 day trial to check out the features.

Any.do Review

Any.do is another popular productivity app used by millions of users around the world. It is a simple to use app through which ypu can organize your tasks in the form of lists and reminders. You can also use this app in a calendar format to track your work progress. 

You can use this app across all type of devices such as mobile, laptop, desktop, tablet and watch. Tasks get automatically synced across all your devices.

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