May 7, 2020 Last updated May 7th, 2020 285 Reads share

The Best Productivity Apps to Use in 2020

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Are you looking for the best productivity apps to use in 2020? But which one to choose? There are literally thousands of options. Don’t worry, you are in the right place.

One-third of our awake time we spend working. And during that time, we strive to outperform ourselves and find better, more productive ways of doing business so we could have more time left to spend with our family and friends. Because of that, our processes become more streamlined and our work more efficient.

This continuous struggle could lead up to a negative effect on our mental and physical health. It could make us question our morale and lose our ambition. It has to be managed well, so we don’t get burned out.

That’s where mobile apps come to the scene. They can help us manage our projects, schedule meetings, filter emails, and even convert, edit or sign documents right from our mobile devices. As we said earlier, there are dozen of apps available on the market and choosing the right ones can be difficult.

To make your life easier, we deseeded to make the list of some of the best productivity apps to use in 2020. Follow along.

PDF Converter Ultimate

One of the best apps to use for document management purposes is PDF Converter Ultimate. It will effortlessly convert PDFs to more than 25 file formats and vice versa. Conversions are done online, so the app won’t burden your processor, nor it will eat up your battery life.

With a built-in document scanner, you can even scan documents and later on edit them right on your mobile device. The app supports integration with most popular cloud services (iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, and more) so you can download and convert your documents directly within the app. The next time you need to make small changes to a PDF file, think of this app.

Price: Free
Available on: Android and iOS

Weekdone

Weekdone is a goal setting and progress tracking app. Most of the task managers focus on the project itself, but with Weekdone, you and your team can work together toward quarterly OKRs (Objectives and Key Results).

You can set quarterly goals for the whole company, team, or a specific employee. As the weeks pass, employees will enter their progress, plans, and problems, which you can then review and give valuable feedback. By using this app, you will know the exact progress of your long term goals as well as what your team is doing.

Price: Free
Available on: Android and iOS

Freshbooks

Freshbooks is one of the best accounting apps available on the market. Many businesses and freelancers use it. The app gathers all your financial information and puts it into one centralized place easily accessible from your device. You can view and categorize your accounting into invoices, clients, projects, and time tracking.

The beautiful dashboard summarizes all your finances into easy to read charts, graphs, and bars. You can also use a built-in payment solution to make sure that all your transactions are recorded. App has some additional features like an option for recurring invoices, auto-generated invoices penalty calculation and reminders.

Price: Free
Available on: Android and iOS

Buffer

This app will do wonders for the ones that work in the marketing niche. Nowadays, social media is a big part of every company, so managing it right is a must. Buffer will do exactly that. It contains a range of features that will help you with social media marketing. Its main feature is post scheduling that will allow you to plan your social media posts.

You can link the app to various platforms like Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook and collaborate with other marketers on social media campaigns. The dashboard is visually pleasing, intuitive, and easy to use.

Price: Free
Available on: Android and iOS

Dropbox

Dropbox is one of the most popular and well-known cloud storage services available on the market. By using Dropbox, you can store all your files in one centralized place that is easily accessible from multiple devices. The app has a search feature that will help you find desired files in a matter of seconds.

Besides that, there is a collaboration feature that will allow you and your colleges to work on the same document from different locations and at different times. Organizing and managing your data becomes really easy with Dropbox.

Price: Free
Available on: Android and iOS

1Password

Remembering all the passwords can sometimes be a real headache and a big waste of time. Especially with an always growing number of accounts we have in different programs, websites, or even credit cards and bank accounts. Therefore, there are applications such as 1Password that will help you store and remember all these passwords safely.

With 1Password you get, as the name says, one master password that you can use for all your accounts. The app can be accessed and managed with that password or even with your fingerprint scan on some mobile devices. The best thing about these programs is that you can use them both on your phone and on your computer.

Price: Free
Available on: Android and iOS

Google Keep

This tool has been designed to help you create quick notes which is ideal for those unexpected moments when ideas arise. It can be also used to write down anything that is important at the moment and you are afraid that you will forget about it later on.

You can write your grocery shopping list and even all your account passwords if you are not using the previously mentioned 1Pasword app. It has a number of advantages such as adding hashtags, dictating notes on the go, sorting notes by color, adding scanned text, and sharing them with other users.

Price: Free
Available on: Android and iOS

Technology is here to help and its ultimate goal is to make our lives productive and more comfortable. By using these apps your life will feel easier and more productive all at once! If we missed some of your favorite apps, please let us know in the comments.

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Sandra Rodgers

Sandra Rodgers

My name is Sandra Rodgers. I run the Cometdocs blog and post on it weekly. I love yoga, travel, photography, cooking, foreign cuisine, traditional meals, and I’m a major tech enthusiast. Feel free to reach out to me on Twitter.

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