In this post, We will be taking a look at some Android-specific productivity applications. You must download all these applications/Apps on your phone. These tools will make your life super easy.
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Grow Habit Tracking
So the first on our list is an application called grow habit tracking and
There are so many Android hammer trackers out there, including the likes of her bitter Phi and loop, but grow habit tracking is a very simplified version of these tools.
You can see your progress by tapping into the card on the page, but it’s very subtle. You can see your mini tree grow.
And I quite like the details that you can see behind the card.
It’s not too much but holds enough information for you to keep progressing with your habit. This application holds a 4.0 on the App Store, and it is free at the moment, which is a good opportunity.
So for those who are looking for a very simple Habit tracker, this is quite a nice and visually appealing way to start tracking your habits.
Focus Productivity Timer
So the next application up is an application called focus productivity timer, and there’s plenty of Android timers out there, and this one again is a very super basic one.
This allows you to create timers for specific activities using the Pomodoro method.
You can also track tasks and sync them with your timers inside of mini cards.
Post It Notes
I am pretty impressed with the post-it notes application for Android.
It’s simple to experience where you can take these digital notes.
Anything that you write on post-it notes and be able to upload them, but the cool thing is you can actually organize them into like boards.
Collaborative boards so that you can actually, you know, coordinate a specific group of information.
For example, you could have a shopping list and different errands you do on your day, Or you could use it for brainstorming and other such activities.
Google keep has all the same features as like this.
So the fourth application on our list was your hour, and as you can imagine, phone addiction is a big problem these days.
So basically, you give it access to the applications that you have running on your phone, and it basically tracks like a timeline of your day, but it also sets your limits.
I set a three-hour limit, and it will give you sort of a rundown on how you’re using that time
You can also set challenges, which is quite cool.
So if you want to take yourself off of one hour of the phone won’t let you use that phone.
You only let the user dial abilities, which is pretty cool. So that’s one of the many benefits of using this application.
The goal behind it is to help you reduce your phone use.
But do remember when you’re signing up and naturally getting started with it is taking access to some of the other applications.
They have over a million downloads, but it’s worth checking out their privacy details.
Finally, our final recommendation for Android is standard doubts.
It’s a minimal notetaking application with powerful open source abilities.
It’s got a real focus on privacy, and it allows you to take notes with custom themes and has settings to really enhance your notes now if you’re using it on the free plan.
It is a really basic editing or note-taking experience.
It’s sort of like simple notes in terms of just getting started.
But if you are a premium user, it gives you access to the other applications. They’ve got a range of iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows applications.
And also, they have a Linux one if you need it to, but it’s a great note-taking experience.
And works really well across all devices, but they have loads of different themes inside of premium.
So Comment down your best productivity apps below. Which apps do you use? You know that I have not mentioned Google Keep, Evernote. Google Docs etc. on this list.