5 apps for focus & productivity

Don’t let distractions or daunting to-do lists get you down: Our favorite productivity apps will keep you on task and on schedule. From the ultimate task list to a planner for the whole family, there’s a tool for everyone.


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HabitHub – Habit tracker & Goal tracker motivation



Why we love this

1 Start new habits and stick to your goals with the help of personalized trackers and reminders

2 Customize your goals with flexible scheduling options like “every weekend” or “twice a week” and rewards you define (e.g., pizza and a movie)

3 Visualize your progress and patterns: See habit-keeping streaks on a calendar, plus personal stats in graphs and charts

Microsoft To Do: List, Task & Reminder


Why we love this
  1. This beautiful to-do list and reminder app makes organization intuitive, so you can focus on getting stuff done
  2. Create “My Day” with tasks from multiple lists (say, Groceries and Work), with the help of smart suggestions
  3. Add notes to tasks, and easily find what you need by searching your tasks, steps (subtasks), and notes

Forest: Stay focused



Why we love this
  1. Stay focused with this endearing, forest-growing take on the Pomodoro Technique (a practice of breaking work down into 25-minute intervals)
  2. Fill your virtual forest with (free) cedars or premium species like banana trees, baobabs, and cacti
  3. “Plant together” with coworkers, family, or friends: Your communal tree will grow only with everyone’s participation

Boosted – Productivity & Time Tracker


Why we love this
  1. Improve your productivity by tracking how you spend your time – from work projects to errands to your favorite form of procrastination
  2. See time spent per activity in a color-coded calendar view, plus reports revealing how many projects you’re tackling in a given time period and more
  3. Review how much time you spend on a given project per day, week, month, and year with detailed breakdowns

Trello: Organize anything with anyone, anywhere!


Why we love this
  1. Plan and manage personal and team projects with a visual representation of your workflow
  2. Cards represent tasks and are wonderfully flexible – fill them with text, files and more; and move them between and within lists
  3. Add “Power-Ups” like a map or calendar view of projects (you get one for free and more with a subscription)

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