We love apps, especially free productivity apps. Today, we’d like to help you sort through the app clutter to recommend the best apps to help manage your time more efficiently.
Wunderlist. This simple, easy-to-use to-do list application works how you work. It’s available for iOS, Android, Windows and Mac. Best of all, it syncs to the Wunderlist servers and it’s free. Feel free to move around, jot your next to-do and move to your next device. Your to-do’s can follow you.
Evernote. Meeting notes, conference agendas, research work and random ideas all need a home. Evernote provides an easy solution that synchronizes your information across all your devices. It’s secure and free to get rid of all those random pieces of paper and scribbled notes on napkins.
TripIt. If you need a central place to manage all your reservations, itineraries and frequent flyer information, TripIt has a universally compatible solution. It’s free and can keep the busiest jetsetter streamlined.
DropBox. Working on multiple desktops in different environments is just part of a travelling entrepreneur’s life. DropBox provides a central location where all of your files can be stored and synced automatically.
Instapaper. We find articles online all the time that look enticing, but we just don’t have the time to read at the moment. With Instapaper, one quick bookmarklet saves the entire webpage in a reader-friendly version for later reading. It can push the pages to your Kindle, iOS device or even just make it printer friendly.