8 Ways To Be Productive Using Your iPhone!
In this day and age, we are always looking for ways to manage time.
We check our iPhones several times a day, every single day.
Since we check our iPhones constantly, we might as well make it productive and use it to our full advantage.
Functional Apps Keep Us Organized!
We use our iPhones for making phone calls, emailing, and texting, but how can we use our phone to be more productive?
There are several apps that keep us productive, check out these 8:
iCalendar focuses on productivity and allows you to enter events quickly and helps keep track of your schedule.
The Kindle App is an excellent e-reader app and is convenient if you want to read a book on the go. No bulky books to lug around and it highlights and bookmarks.
Apple Notes is a great platform for storing thoughts, tasks, documents, and lists.
Day One journal and note-taking app allows you to easily add your thoughts, and images, with built-in templates or you can build your own.
Podcasts are episodes of a program with original audio or video recordings, and can also be recorded broadcasts of a television or radio program.
The Amazon shopping app enables you to easily shop from anywhere.
The clock app has a stop watch, an alarm and best of all a clock.
- Calorie Counter
MyFitnessPal is the best calorie counting app due to its large food database and a great tool to use along with a weight loss program.
Best of all, the apps sync with other devices, so you can pick up where you left off.
Using apps that keep us productive is a great way to practice self-care.
Get into the habit of coming up with simpler ways to make life easier!
What’s your favorite iPhone productivity app?
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