In nature, good things happen by accident all the time. But when it comes to business or work, that’s rarely the case. Whether you’re building a house, coding an app or writing the next Great American Novel, you need a definitive plan. And while computers can help, there comes a time in any project when your to-do list can get overwhelming.
That’s where a visual planning app like xTiles can be a lifesaver.
Productivity apps can definitely help you stay on top of the dizzying array of tasks in the modern world. But when you use a different app for every endeavor, you end up wasting precious time.
All-in-one productivity app Lunatask bundles a to-do list, a notebook, a habit tracker, a Pomodoro timer and a journaling app into one neat hub to keep you focused. And for a limited time, you can get a lifetime subscription for only $49 (regularly $180).
A subscription service might not sound like a great way to get your apps, but don’t sell it short. Many folks find subscribing to Setapp is an easy and worthwhile way to get more than 200 apps that help with a variety of tasks — and that someone else has already curated.
After all, the main alternative is diving into the vast app ocean of the App Store. Good luck finding just what you need in there before you drown.
In honor of World Productivity Day — that’s right, at least try to look busy on June 20 — we take a look at some of Setapp’s great tools.
Want more out of your Mac? These six suggestions for solid software are presented by our friends at SaaSGenius.
Though many of us associate the wide world of apps with our iPhones and iPads, they’re crucial for making the most of your MacBook or iMac, too. The best Mac apps can help you expand on your Mac’s capabilities in fun and interesting ways.
Macs are famously easy to use, but great apps make them even easier. And the right apps can jack up your productivity, too. Sometimes the only trouble is finding the best ones.
The list below covers some of our favorite apps to install on a new Mac. Some are free in the App Store (available in your Mac’s Dock or under the Apple menu at top left of your screen). Others you can download from developers’ websites.
The right planner can change your life, or at least organize it. When you can keep your to-do list, calendar, notes and productivity helpers all in one place, it starts to feel like there’s nothing you can’t do.
Lunatask is an all-in-one planner that can give you the control and structure you need to get more out of the day. For a limited time, a lifetime subscription to Lunatask Premium is on sale for $49 (regularly $180).
Rize helps you improve your productivity by identifying distractions, improving focus, and keeping you moving at a healthy pace. If you could use a boost in those areas, don’t hesitate to score a deal on this productivity app for Mac and Windows.
With a new year comes new possibilities and the chance to achieve an exciting new set of goals. Whether yours are personal or professional, we could all use a way to maximize the time we have — and productivity apps are the best way to do that.
It’s time to get more done, in less time — and enjoy more free time as a result.
Apple updated its iWork suite of productivity apps — Keynote, Pages and Numbers — with new features Tuesday that enable users to make presentations in new ways and help them work better with documents on the go.
Whether you’re a student plowing through tons of online material for school, or just constantly have massive amounts of reading for work, don’t let important information slip past you and affect your performance. Become your most productive self with this lifetime subscription to Markup iOS Pro Lite, a tool for reading and annotating web pages and PDF documents.