Top 5 Apps to Keep You Organized

Feb 9, 2016 | Time Management | 0 comments


5 Game Changing Organization Apps for 2016

Getting more done in the day often requires leverage. Technology has given us many new means of leverage, and apps are chief among them. Since we carry our smart phones around with us everywhere we go, apps are a great way to keep organized at home, in the office, and on the go.

Evernote and IFTTT are the go-to organizational apps, but we’ve found a few more that can help you get everything on track in 2016 and make your ONE Thing a reality this year.


Trello – The All-Around Organizer

After more than 52,000 reviews Trello has garnered a nearly perfect rating. Why? It’s a solid all-around life organizer that blends tools for both work and home. The company describes the app as a “whiteboard with superpowers”, and it’s just as easy to use. The best part is that this powerful app is free to use.

What it can do:

  • Create dynamic checklists with “to-do” cards
  • Create boards to organize projects
  • Share and collaborate with co-workers, friends, or family
  • Assign tasks to anyone on a project
  • Attach files or media like photos and videos
  • Syncs with the cloud to update all devices automatically

Devices it works on: iOS and Android


Snupps– Keeping Your Items and Inventory Organized

If you have a lot of stuff at home or the office the Snupps app is an easy way to keep a record of everything and organize your inventory. Whether it’s your closet or a massive warehouse, all you have to do is take a photo with your phone to make a record of an item.

What it can do:

  • Add items to “virtual shelves” with a snap
  • Follow other users that have stuff you love
  • Get product recommendations from other users
  • Share organization tips
  • Share your “shelves” with other users
  • Keep track of inventory
  • Makes moving a breeze by helping note what is in every box
  • Keep track of donated items for your taxes
  • Record gifts received for birthdays, graduations and showers to send out thank you notes

Devices it works on: iOS and Android


BrightNest – Putting Your Domestic Tasks on Autopilot

Now the honey do list is easy and automated. The BrightNest app is made specifically for getting organized at home and keeping it in the best shape possible.

What it can do:

  • Get reminders on what needs to get done and when
  • Find practical, custom tips for house cleaning, maintenance and more
  • Access local offers from vendors
  • Set the app up to include kids and pets in the house
  • Track home maintenance so everything stays on schedule
  • Create schedules for regular home maintenance

Devices it works on: iOS and Android


30/30 – Organize Your Daily Time Blocking

Earlier this month we discussed how breaking your schedule down into 1-hour blocks can help increase productivity. The 30/30 app takes it one step further by helping you create daily calendars that are broken into 30-minute increments.

What it can do:

  • Create tasks in 30-minute blocks or set your own time for tasks from one minute to an hour
  • Get notifications so that tasks don’t go undone
  • Fully customizable task lists

Device it works on: iOS


Week Menu – Organize Your Diet

The majority of people list eating healthy as their number one resolution at the start of the year. Easier said than done – unless you have the Week Menu app. This app will make it easy to plan out your meals for the entire week.

What it can do:

  • Create a weekly menu
  • Create your own recipe book
  • Add notes to recipes for future reference
  • Make grocery lists based off your menus
  • Add ideas and recipes that you find on the web
  • Get suggestions based on ingredients

Device it works on: iOS (if you use Android try the Food Planner app)



Have you found an organizational or productivity app you can’t live without? Share it with us on Facebook or in the comments section.