There are so many Apps! In June of 2014 Apple iTunes and Google both had 1.2 Million Apps according to Tech Crunch.com. That number is just a little overwhelming….. If you are the least bit intimidated by the vast majority of Apps…like me, you will appreciate this list.
This is a list of Professional Organizer Approved Apps. Apps can help us organize and keep track of so many things, such as, mileage, recipes, documents, maps, other people’s business cards, projects, schedules and so much more. Some of my favorites are Evernote, Drop Box, and Card Star.
If you are curious about Apps; I recommend going to iTunes or Google, type in a category in the search bar, and see what is available. Apps are easy to install and uninstall, so no harm done if you don't like it.
Edit, touchup, design and collage for photos.
Free Photo Editing, Drawing and Sharing with a Global Community.
Measure objects with your phone camera
They supply local people to help you move heavy furniture around your home or move into a new home.
Turn your phone into a portable document scanner. Scan docs, receipts, and notes into PDF.
Mileage and Expense Tracker
World’s largest community-based traffic and navigation app
This App tells you how much longer the rain is expected to last. Great for outdoor activities
Organize all of your store reward cards. Take photos of them and store in your phone then you can throw away all those little annoying cards.
The 5 Best Personal Assistant Apps to Help Organize Your Life:
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Siri can read your texts to you. Siri can send you an email or text (to remind you to do something). Siri can schedule appointments in your calendar, make phone calls for you. Help you find your way home or other places, and locate restaurants.
It's a good idea to learn more about the tools we use everyday....and paying a lot of money for. Here are a couple of articles to read Siri tricks and 10 Siri Tricks to make you more Productive.
I have definitely had problems with Siri but the more you use it the better it gets. When Siri pronounces a name wrong you can correct it. There is trial and error and best to practice using it in your home, not while your driving. That could be a prescription for Road Rage.
Technology the more we research our tools the better.