Best Productivity Apps for AndroidWhat’s good?
Can bring together notes, pictures and articles; Syncs across all of your devices; Lets you create collaborative workspacesWhat’s bad?
Can be a little sluggish to load up
The fact that many of us still make notes with a pen and paper says everything about how technology can fail us in even the most basic of ways. Evernote, which lets you compile short and long lists, complete with photos and files, syncs everything across all of your devices, meaning you’ll have access to them wherever you are.
You can also create collaborative workspaces and tick tasks off as you make your way through them. Wunderlist and Any.do are very popular alternatives. Price: