Writing by Timothy Buck

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Productivity Apps: A Mini Series

Productivity Apps: A Mini Series

Most of us use productivity apps every day. They are a key part of every smart phone. Mail, calendar, and to-do apps come pre-installed on each system (no matter the OS).

Over the years I have tried dozens of different apps to replace Apple’s built-in versions, but for the last year or so, I have been using Omnifocus, Peek & Mailbox. I've loved all three of these apps, and in the near future, I will be writing a review of each.

Because I am no longer in school and my productivity workflow has changed dramatically, I have decided to try out another set of apps. For the next few weeks I will be testing Any.Do, Cal & CloudMagic. I’m not sold on these three yet. (I’ve only been using them for a day.) But once I’ve used them long enough to make a decision, I will write a review of these three as well.

If you have a productivity app that you particularly like, please let me know. I'm always open to trying new apps.

Header image from Cal press kit

Reviewing Peek: the Quick Glance Calendar App

Reviewing Peek: the Quick Glance Calendar App

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