Being productive with the limited time that we are given to achieve most tasks is what many of us wish for. Sadly, not many are able to to utilize their time to it’s optimum level. Productivity apps range from Note taker apps to calender apps to different range of all in one apps that all promise to give a boost to your productiveness but there’s a catch – you have to use them.
It looks and sounds simple right?, let’s take Evernote for example. You download and install it, you play with it and maybe write a few notes and you close the application. Do you integrate it into your schedule and make active use of it or do you just let it lay with the unused apps on your device.
I for example use Any.Do as my productive tool. I give myself reminders, take notes and make lists with it. There is even a Google Chrome extension for it that lets me manage whatever i created on the Android version of the app. This is all well and good but the problem there is that it is grossly underused.
As a matter of fact i only remember to use it when a post idea pops into my head and i need to take it down quickly but apart from that; zero use – zilch, nada. I used to have a Google created app on my Android Phone called Schemer. With Schemer you can plan schemes that you are going to accomplish with social integration so that you can see what your friends are also up to, but sadly i never used the app to accomplish one thing.
If you make use of any productive app even as rudimentary as a memo, do you make use of it and if you do how is that going for you?
Emmanuel is a video blogger who shares his love of technology with the world. Check out his videos at Geekception.