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January 12, 2020 2 min to read

Become more productive with these 7 apps for Android

Category : Career, Lifestyle

Everyone could use a little extra time in their schedules. But, keeping track of everything in your professional and personal life, along with whatever else comes your way, can seem almost impossible sometimes.

That’s why this list of 7 essential apps is here to make your days more productive. These apps will help you cut down on wasted minutes, improve your organization, and give you some precious extra moments of peace.

You’ll wonder how you survived without them!

1. Track Your Finances: Mint

If you’re reading this, you probably never had to balance a checkbook. But everyone knows the struggles of trying to make sense of bank and credit card statements. Not to mention receipts, bills, and the myriad other financial documents.

Mint makes managing your money so much easier. It takes all your finances and puts them in one place. You can track everything from your app dashboard.

Be it spending and income trends or debt and even plan long term saving goals. It also helps you budget better by helping you create spending categories.

Mint also sends you notifications to let you know how you’re doing. So you always keep your spending and savings where they should be.

2. Expert Travel: TripIt

Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, you have to keep track of all your travel information. You don’t want to lose your hotel reservation or miss a flight, do you?

TripIt makes all things travel easy. All you do is forward all trip-related information to the TripIt app. From here, it creates an organized itinerary for you.

TripIt also sends you emails and notifications to make sure your trip stays on the right track.

It’s especially handy for business travelers looking to organize expenses or recall the name of a great restaurant they took a client to.

The free version has most of these great features. But it’s worth it to upgrade to pro so you can use the reward point tracking and group travel options.

3. Type Better: SwiftKey

Can you even count how many messages, emails, social media posts, and other things you write on your phone each day? And you know the frustration of misspelling words, bad autocorrect, and other headaches caused by your phone keyboard.

This is where SwiftKey comes in. SwiftKey is a smart keyboard that learns as you use it. Over time, it creates a customized map based on your texting pattern to help prevent errors from happening.

It also has smarter autocorrect that’s also based on your typing history. Not to mention multi-language support and…
 
Continue reading the article and discover more productivity apps on James Watt’s blog.
 
 

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