I'm looking to add a few of these apps to add to my routine. It could be anything from meditation, to language-learning, to memory improvement and more... If possible, submit apps that stuck with you over time
- 17PomoDone has become a crucial piece in my productivity routine. I've tested many Pomodoro Timers, but this one is by far the best, that I've encounter. My favourite feature — the ability to log all tasks into my calendar on mac. This is a gamechanger for me. Besides, the interface is really neat — clean, simple, easy to navigate. Waiting for OmniFocus integration) This would be the killer feature for me.Alex Mauzon made this productIt helps me apply Pomodoro Technique on top of my current workflow environment (Trello, Todoist and Evernote), and receive a measurable reports anytime (+ via email). Skyrocketed productivity FTWAs a constant learner and user group speaker I use PomoDoneApp every time I learn new things and prepare for talks. Pomodoro Technique helps me to stay focus on topic and don't get tired and PomoDoneApp helps me to jump across platforms and devices whenever I need and keeps me on track with Pomodoro Technique - perfect mix of Technology and Technique!
- Chess.com. It's , has a lot of daily exercises and lessons, free games vs opponents of your level, and possibility to unlock more content daily for a ridiculously small fee. I've been enjoying playing chess for the past 6 months on a daily basis. Improved a lot at the game and it's great to "develop your brain"
- This is a brilliant app. Separate out habits you're building from the tasks on your to-do list, and let this simple app remind and encourage you to make positive behaviors happen. Takes the load of remembering to call mom every week, or meditate each day, or drink extra water off of my distracted, unreliable memory AND my cluttered, overwhelming to-do lists relieves psychological pressure and self-criticism when, inevitably, I forget. Simple and satisfying to use!
- 2This to do list app motivates me to get more done. Tasks can be scheduled for the day, the week, or the month. At the start of the month, I put all my tasks into weeks. At the start of each week, I move them into days. Each night, I say what time I'm going to do everything on tomorrow's list. Making a plan to get everything done, and knowing that I really should get X done now if I'm going to stay on track for that plan keeps me from procrastinating.
- This is an awesome tool to practice gratitude and mindfulness. It really shouldn't take you more than 2.5 minutes in the morning and 2.5 minutes in the afternoon to answer a set of questions that prime you for the day and let you reflect on how it unfolded.
- Zerin Pekin-Kocakgol made this productThis platform is a different approach to your standard to-do list. It uses the Eisenhower Matrix to automatically prioritise your tasks into four quadrants: Do first, Do later, Delegate and Eliminate. It helps you to realise how much time you're spending on time-wasting activites, or activities that don't contribute to your goals (the tasks that fall into the Eliminate quadrant). It's a great way to work more meaningfully and be productive instead of just busy.
- Afarin Pirzadeh made this productTry the Inome app @gflandre, if you would like to make reflection a daily habit and increase your awareness. Inome was designed based on several years research on reflection and self-awareness. It guides you through a daily process of reflection to develop self-awareness, discover who you are, and form new habits to design your life. We would love to know your thoughts if you start using it!