Tech Talk-Organization Apps

By Dan Reynolds, |

Published 01/20 2014 03:59PM

Updated 02/16 2014 06:42PM

        The personal organizer receiving all the buzz these days is Springpad. It's a free, glitzy little productivity tool for the iPhone and Android platforms. It's motto is "Everyday life, done better." It's a task manager, project organizer and a very user friendly way to use your tablet or smartphone. You can juggle a bunch of different projects and ideas by setting up notebooks to keep track of everything. You can also use a web clipper to save websites and online information directly to Springpad.
        For Mac users, one of the better to-do list and task managers is called Things. Things offers a free trial version, but after that, it's big bucks. The full app costs 10 dollars for the iPhone, 20 for the iPad and 50 for a computer. Pricey, but it synchronizes all files and entries automatically.
        For more power and for Android and Apple products, its very hard to beat Evernote. This is the oldest and most in-depth organizer and productivity tool. Evernote is an app that works on all your devices. It collects and store the notes, web pages and photos you want and need. Links and lists too. It may be old, but it just received a big boost from Google. The app will be on it's soon-to-be-released Google Glass device.



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