photo editing apps, so I thought I’d share the apps I use to keep me focused and on task.
Awesome Note – This is probably the app I would pick if I could only use one productivity app for the rest of my life. I have different folders in AwesomeNote for everything – blog post ideas, photo ideas, to-do lists, shopping lists, wish lists, etc. It keeps all of my thoughts and ideas together, organized, and easily synched between all of my devices (thanks to Evernote).
- Sunrise Calendar – For planning out blog posts, I’ve been using Sunrise Calendar. This app/site is beautifully designed and very innovative – you’re able to import calendars from all of your devices + you can drag-and-drop events onto different days, so switching around blog post topics is super easy.
- Buffer – This is the app I use to schedule most of my tweets each day. It’s really easy to set up and use, and there’s an app and a website so you can use it on your mobile device and computer. There’s also a bookmarklet for your web browser, so you can easily add something cool you find online right to your Buffer schedule to be tweeted out later.
- Swipes – If you’re great at writing a to-do list but terrible at remembering to check it regularly, this app is for you. It let’s you create tasks and tag them based on what they’re for (personal, business, etc), and then you can set up alerts to remind you of each task during the day. I’ve always had a problem remembering to check my to-do lists daily, so this app couldn’t be more perfect.
- Latergram – Sometimes I’ll take a few pictures on my phone that are Instagram-worthy, but I don’t want to post them all at the same time – that’s where Latergram comes in. This is the app I use to schedule photos for Instagram, and it’s such a time saver because you just upload your photo and write a description, and then when it’s time to upload all you have to do is hit “post”. Super easy!
Which apps do you use to stay productive with your blogging?