What are your favourite productivity apps for mobile and how do you use them?

Martina Hackbartt
17 replies
Hi Hunters! Hope you are having a good Monday so far. I use many apps on my computer that allow me to be more productive: text editors, note-taking apps, task trackers, etc. However, most of them don´t work so well on mobile. Are there any productivity apps you have used that have a friendly interface on mobile? What are they for? Thanks for sharing :) (p.s: My team and I created a Linkedin Group where we share all kinds of information and tips on habits and productivity; here's the link: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/...)


Olivia Bridges
Canva: for designing and editing Filmora: For video editing Ms office: For office work Adobe Acrobat: For pdf reading
Martina Hackbartt
@olivia_bridges Hi Olivia! Thanks a lot for sharing; I also use Canva for mobile a lot! But will try all others :)
Alina Ihnatiuk
Todoist Google Docs - Collaborating on documents Trello - teamwork Canvas - creative assistant
Ira GI
Wats up, canvas, trello, telegram, inshot
Zeynep Bozkurt
Hi Martina! For your time tracking efforts you can simply use BeforeSunset, which is a simple and easy-to-use time tracking software: https://usebeforesunset.com/
Braian Miranda
TickTick and Notion
Ashit Vora
I do not do much activity on Mobile but these two I use very often. 1. Notion (it's my brain dump) 2. Asana (if it's not on Asana, it will never get done)
Martina Hackbartt
@ashitvora Hi Ashit! Thanks for sharing :) I looove notion on desktop but the mobile version... I just find it so uncomfortable. I find Asana great, though!
Wiktoria Jaszcza
Minimal - super simple app for to dos
Bastien Cochet
Restyaboard is the most underrated productivity app that I use every day to help me get my work done!
Martina Hackbartt
@bastien_cochet Hi Bastien! Thanks a lot for sharing. What is Restyabord about?
Bastien Cochet
@martina_hackbartt Restyaboard is a Trello like tool. It helps teams work collaboratively using Kanban Board for effective management of tasks, to-do list, chats, and get more work done. Check out: https://restya.com/board
The Off Button - turns the phone off and suddenly I become productive....
At work, I use two apps to be focused and productive - TMetric for time tracking and JIRA for keeping my project and tasks. And, I have a mobile version of TMetric to log time when I have meetings.