Is your work/office/life in a constant state of disarray? Fear no more - Startacus’ Top 5 organiser apps for your smartphone/tablet will help you stay on top of things..
Back in 2012 we created this fab list of our top 5 organiser Apps and bingo as they all remain favourites of ours, check out this list below for a little App inspiration...
Remember the Milk (Free) - This is the daddy of organiser applications. Add your to-dos into the application and you’ll be able to manage them from multiple devices. A massive advantage to this title is its’ ability to remind you things via email and Twitter and it seamlessly links your Google calendar. Remember the Milk also can send you SMS reminders too, although check availability in your country. Available on iOS, Android and Blackberry.
Google Tasks (Free) - If you’re a Googler (Google Calendar, Gmail, Google Drive and the like), this is a no brainer. Works perfectly alongside Google Calendar for obvious reasons, it’s really straightforward and basic. It can seem somewhat ‘too’ basic though, lacking some of the ‘killer features’ of the aforementioned ‘Remember the Milk’. This is available across all platforms as an online tool, however a LOT of calendar/email applications that sync with GMail have this feature built in.
Jorte Calendar (Free) - An Android exclusive, this is the most used organiser in the Startacus office. It synchronises with Google calendar seamlessly, including the Google tasks function. The feature that we love though is the on screen ‘at a glance’ feature. To best explain this, look at your current calendar. You see the little marks on the dates telling you that you’ve got something that day? Well Jorte replaces those dots with actual words, telling you what you have on that day without you needing to tap on it. Sounds silly, but it becomes invaluable after you’ve used it.
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