Apps to plan your workday
Luckily for you, we sifted through some of the most popular Android apps on the market to bring you our 10 favorite planning apps for 2018.
Remember the Milk
This handy app also syncs with Outlook, allows you to break tasks into steps and share your to-do list with other users, and color-code your lists, so you can keep work tasks and personal tasks separate
Trello also has a collaborative element wherein users can do things like share boards, comment on other people's boards, assign tasks, and even attach files (from Dropbox or Drive). Another major benefit of Trello is the ability to work offline. While you miss comments uploaded during offline time, when you have service again, the app automatically resyncs.
Not only can you access Evernote from any type of device, you can use it as a collaborative tool, a project management tool, a place for checklists, and a repository for notes and media. Evernote also makes it easy to store your business and personal information in one place, making it ideal for entrepreneurial multitaskers.
Rather than linking with specific calendar dates, TimeTune is focused on developing routines, which can be daily, weekly or for a set number of days you predetermine. This type of app is fantastic for people who want to streamline their daily life as well as for those who have irregular schedules or work shifts that change seasonally. TimeTune also offers insights into how you spend your time and allows you to create custom reminders and widgets.
Sectograph uses your mobile device's clock widget to project a visual circular chart of everything you have to do, in order, and synced with the time of day. It's great for a quick at-a-glance overview of what you should be doing, how long you'll be doing it, and what you have coming up next.
Day by Day Organizer
This organizer makes it possible to plan your schedule and maintain to-do lists (with or without due dates) and then view them in different formats across all your devices. There's also a configurable widget layout for the home screen, and optional paid add-ons are available.
While it's not a replacement for full-featured project planning software, it's a great tool for regular workweek planning.
This app recommends departure times for destinations, provides updates on road conditions and even helps you find an open parking space. INRIX stays informed by gathering crowdsourced data from more than 275 million devices to get the most accurate and up-to-date information possible.
RescueTime takes note of how much time you spend on specific applications and websites, and you can log your offline work as well. The reports are clean and easy to understand, and the insight this tool gives you may help you find better ways to schedule your workweek. There is a free and a paid version of this app, and it is available across all types of devices, including laptops and desktops.
As a bonus, it automatically provides you with information on fun things to do nearby, such as tourist destinations, restaurants and shopping, so if you have downtime or need to entertain clients, you don't have to do any additional research.