They also help us to work smarter, not harder with great apps to help us be efficient, manage our time and cut (necessary) corners.
So what are the best apps you should download to help you get through your work-day? We’ve got you covered.
Formerly known as ‘Read it later’, Pocket is the only place you should be saving links you need to refer to in the future. Pocket makes it possible to save, manage and read articles, websites, links across the world wide web and access later across your smart devices or computer. No more copy pasting links into email drafts, screenshots, or filling up your favourites tab.
Toby claims it’s ‘Better than bookmarks’ and well, it is. Toby is how you should be organising your browser tabs, so that you can access key resources in one click instead of seven. Toby allows you to save the tabs you constantly refer to, you know the ones you open up every single morning, into collections depending on what you’re focusing on at that time. It’s a visual library for your browsing.
Shift is the ultimate productivity hub. If you’re a Gmail user, you’ll understand the frustration of not having a Gmail app, or if you are the kind of person who manages multiple email accounts and calendars, and hate having to switch between profiles. Shift allows you to dock them all in one space, where you can access, see notifications and flick between accounts in one centralised app.