Productivity Suite – These 7 Apps Can Improve your Productivity to the Next Level

Today we bring top 6 apps that can improve your productivity to the next level. We recently published some interesting articles related to productivity like Top 10 Chrome Extensions to Boost your Productivity, Top 25 Must Have Chrome Extensions of 2016, etc.
As a continuation, today we are here to list 7 best apps that will help you to increase your productivity. Here we go with the best of the best.

1. Evernote

A note taking app that can really change your digital life. Evernote helps you to save web pages, images, documents in a single place and it will available on your all devices. It is a powerful cross-platform app that helps you to search in Office docs & PDFs, Annotate attached PDFs, Scan and digitize business cards, Present notes with one click along with add text, images or documents.

Simply Evernote is your online notebook for everything. Technically Evernote is free to use but pays for their premium feature gives you more features and space.

2. LastPass

LastPass is one of the best password manager for Windows and Mac helps to save your mind from remembering tons of passwords. You only remember one master password, and keep the rest locked up and easy-to-find in the LastPass password manager.

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LastPass lets you Save & fill passwords, add secure notes, generate passwords, etc. Get started on any device, free. Your LastPass vault is backed up and synced automatically where you need it. You can also send encrypted passwords to others, easily sync changes & remove access when they’re done.

3. Google Drive

When the matter comes to cloud storage and collaboration, I choose Google Drive over any other similar services including Dropbox. Google Drive comes with a 15 GB of space can keep photos, stories, designs, drawings, recordings, videos, etc. You can quickly invite others to view, download, and collaborate on all the files you want. Note that your Gmail attachments will count towards against your Google Drive storage.

I’m a heavy user of Google Docs and Sheets that integrates with Google Drive. So sharing Google Docs and Sheets within Google Drive is really easy for me.

4. Slack

Slack is a great way for keeping in touch with your team at work. It is not just a chat service, but perfectly designed for teams of people to get together and talk about work. Slack comes with native apps for iOS, Android, Mac and Windows Desktop. You can integrate Asana, Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote with Slack to boost your workflow.

5. Wunderlist

Wunderlist takes your to-do lists to the next level. Whether you’re planning a holiday, sharing a shopping list with a partner or managing multiple work projects, Wunderlist is there to help you tick off all your personal and professional to-dos.

You can set Due Dates and Reminders and you will never miss a deadline.Wunderlist is the only shared todo list app that gives maximum features for free.

6. Pocket

Pocket is the only Offline reader you ever need. Pocket is the best option for those interested in saving video, images, text and other content, all in one place for Offline reading.


IFTTT is one of the more interesting productivity app available if you learn how to use it. IFTTT is a free web-based service that allows users to create chains of simple conditional statements, called “recipes”, which are triggered based on changes to other web services such as Gmail, Instagram, Evernote, Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, etc.

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