Let your smartphone help you get organized

This guest article is written and submitted by Matt.

If you’re the kind of person whose to-do list is longer than most lines at amusement parks, it’s easy to overlook a task every now and then. But modern technology makes it easy to stay organized. At home or on the go, smartphone apps can help you stay on-top of everything that’s going on in your life, leaving you more time to relax and eliminating that nagging feeling that you’re forgetting something.

Let your smartphone help you get organized

1.Digital Locker
Have you ever dashed out in search of a replacement part or accessory for something in your home, only to realize you have no idea what you’re looking for? If so, Digital Locker may be the app you need. You can store photos of every item in your home, so when you’re standing at that store trying to remember how many light bulbs you need for your ceiling fan, you can check your Digital Locker for a photo that tells you what you need to know.

More importantly, if you should ever lose items to theft, fire or other disaster, you’ll have all the information you need to file a police report or claim on your insurance.

2.HomeRoutines
Want a clean home, but don’t have the extra money to hire a maid? The HomeRoutines app can help you organize chores into “focus zones” to help you keep up with cleaning tasks without becoming overwhelmed by a major cleaning project. HomeRoutines helps you allocate time to certain tasks and delegate chores to others. You’ll be able to review how much you’ve accomplished, so you can see that to-do list shrinking.

3.reQall
Untie those strings from your fingers, because you’ll likely never forget another important date or to-do list item again with the new reQall app. This free app does more than just help you create lists. With reQall, you can be consistently reminded about timely items on your list. You can also use reQall to transcribe important phone conversations, so you can conveniently access important details later in a text format. The app’s sharing interface will also keep friends, family and colleagues on-task by sending simple reminders about meetings or other important appointments.

If you’re looking for a way to be more organized, smartphone apps can be almost as helpful as having a personal assistant – for a fraction of the cost, of course. Organizational apps not only help in enabling you to be more efficient, but can motivate your friends, family and associates to be more organized, too.


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