So, what if there was a selection of apps that you could download on to your iPhone that could potentially improve your productivity? Well, there is and here they are a mix of 5 iPhone Apps To Improve Productivity, no matter what your occupation you sure to find one that can help you on your may to a more productive life.
Working in intervals is a popular form of time management, the principle of Pomodoro+ however is relatively straight forward. You simply work for a solid 25 minutes which is a relatively short space of time, after 25 minutes you take a 5 minute rest giving you a chance to relax and take a breather before beginning to work again.
If you can structure your work through this technique then Pomodoro+ has all kinds of features. It’s simple and neat to use and it also has a coffee shop environment noise installed which has been proven to make you more efficient. The coffee shop noise mixes calm and commotion which is said to make you more creative.
Pomodoro is generally geared towards professional users looking to track their working day. The benefit of using this app is that you can tailor your time according to the material you’re working on you can then break down the time spent on each task. For 69p it’s worth a go!
At £2.99, this is a best selling app, Fantastical 2 has now been redesigned for iOS 7 and it’s better than ever. The calendar app is extremely easy to use and supports the installed calendar app as well as Google calendar and iCloud.
Fantastical 2 is one of the easiest and fastest ways of recording events and adding reminders. The app allows you to see your events and reminders in the main list, or you can add reminders to the Reminders list or new Events screen, just flip between the two. You can set dates, times and geofences.
The new DayTicker function can hide days that you don’t have any appointments on so you only see what you need to and what is important to you. The parser feature allows you to use familiar sentences as reminders, (to do, task, email, remind me to etc…)
Velocity Speed Reader
For £1.99 you can now read faster than ever before with the Velocity Speed Reader, this app allows you to read articles from across the web one word at a time.
The superhuman speed reader app, simplifies down rich text so you can concentrate on the articles word for word. There are many features for iOS 7 such as multiple text sizes, automatic background updating and AirDrop.
You can literally read anything with Velocity Speed Reader, browse and save web pages from Safari with Velocity speed reader bookmark you can also read text from word documents and mail and also from other supported apps. There is also a specialised typeface designed for dyslexic readers.
Omnifocus 2 for iPhone
Okay so at £13.99 you’re going to have high expectations. Omnifocus 2 is a task management app, you can literally do anything from store important information, organise your workload or even write your shopping list.
Whether your using Omnifocus for at home or for work purposes it doesn't matter, the aim of the app is to help you work towards and ultimately achieve your goals. Organising your tasks as goals can be done in the projects section, working towards particular goals can be done by grouping tasks using contexts.
It sounds complicated however it is actually really easy to use. OmniFocus 2 allows you to sync all other copies of OmniFocus together, you can create new tasks anywhere in the app and also send tasks from other apps such as Safari, Twittelator or Riposte.
Swizzle - Inbox Organizer
If you over run by emails everyday like most, you could do with a helping hand when it comes to organising all those emails right?
Swizzle is a tool that organises your inbox for you. It can separate your promotions that you haven’t got round to unsubscribing from or any newsletters that you haven’t yet had time to read and filters them into a Swizzle digest leaving space for only your important emails and saving you a lot of time.