iSchool is a study organizer and Timetable Schedule Planner (for schools and universities). Very minimalistic but has everything you need. Study schedule, notes are attached to classes, homework with notifications, grades, grades analytic. Take a pictures or use voice recording as a note. Very simple. Very useful.
cPMR is very simple and convenient Personal Medical Record organizer for iPhone, which includes: Convention child diary, personal medical record, Electronics medical assistant, Height/weight tracking and Many more.
To be productive you need a detailed action plan. Or even a strategy of your own. However difficult it is to organize yourself, you should take it seriously. Otherwise, it can’t be helped …
First of all, you need to arm yourself with a notebook and a pen or even better with several notebooks and a lot of pens. Besides, don’t forget about sticky notes to jot down all up-n-coming ideas, thoughts and impressions. Then take a timer clock to set for all your tasks, then a calendar to write all important things and to-dos, then give up all distractions and time wasters like Internet surfing, YouTube, video games, Instant Manager and stuff like that, then…
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Today there is a great variety of productivity apps on the App Store that can help you to organize and manage your daily tasks, get things done, manage multiple accounts, save and store passwords, track your schedules and, as a result, take your productivity to a higher level. Perhaps it would be more convenient if they were divided into subcategories. Wouldn’t you like to find, for instance, to-do apps with two clicks without browsing through the general category? By the way, Apple mentioned that they might be working on it…
Frankly speaking, we wouldn’t like to list the best or worst productivity apps or make another top 10 rate here. Let us just group them according to their main functions into several subcategories:
1. Organization apps including task/lists/notes managers, time trackers, account and password managers… To be more precise, apps that enable users to organize everything: from managing notes and shopping lists to tracking schedules and events.
2. Communication apps intended, on the one hand, for communication through text or voice messages and, on the other hand, for social networking and file sharing. With these apps you will always keep in touch and be on the go by sharing files, photos and videos through popular social communities like Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, YouTube etc.
3. One more group is Tools that can be extremely important for making text and voice notes, creating virtual business cards, copying and transferring files, reading (both online and offline) etc.
4. There are also productivity apps combining several functions. Let’s call them Multitaskers, as they not only organize everything that is of importance to you, but also let users make notes, capture pictures, share files, and provide an easy search and browsing.
One more thing to mention… When choosing a productivity app, please don’t forget that you also should go by your needs, preferences and comfort with technology. Besides, you should consider such general points as, for instance, well-designed and easy-to-use interface, appropriate size of the program and, of course, stylish graphics.