free productive apps
No matter what type of app you are searching for yet there are ample available always. So, here is a curated compilation of a few Best Free Productive Apps you should be looking up to in 2018.
So, let’s have a look at the list of some great Productive Apps that can help you keep your life more productive and more organized.

 

Pocket

 

According to Pocket’s website, they have 10 million registered users, which is a huge number. As an offline reading app Pocket offers bookmarklets, and integrates with most of the reading apps to save any webpage for offline reading.

While working on the Internet, if you discover a great article, save it to read later, when you have time. This is not limited to text content but is also useful for videos, slides and other types of media.

While browsing, you might have stumbled upon a website, product or article that you would like to write about on your blog.  With Pocket app’s bookmarklet, you can save it for later use. Think about how you usually save new articles and ideas that come to you while browsing.

If you have never used it before, or if you are not using it optimally, I highly recommend that you to start doing so right away.

F.lux

 

 

If you’re reading this late in the day, pause to consider your eyes. Can you feel that familiar sting that comes from looking at a glaring LCD for too many hours?

That’s only the most noticeable symptom of what happens to our bodies when we spend hours staring into what’s essentially a big, bright, lamp. F.lux is a simple and free app that helps fix this.

Turning down your monitor’s brightness may help, but brightness isn’t really the main issue: Color temperature is, and that can be trickier to adjust. Most computer screens emit bluish light that looks good in the daytime, but becomes uncomfortable to look at in a dark room. It can also affect your sleep: Research suggests that reading on a tablet for two hours before bedtime can delay your sleep by about an hour.

F.lux was a very good app to begin with, and this release only makes it better. If you’re not using it yet, but do use your computer at night, you really should try it out today.

LastPass

Using secure, complicated passwords is incredibly inconvenient, as the most secure passwords are the ones you can’t remember. And as high profile security breaches become commonplace, many people are looking for solutions to securely manage their passwords. Like LastPass.

Besides saving you the trouble of remembering all your logins and passwords, password managers are an increasingly necessary part of any sane person’s setup

Trello

 

It is one of a variety of collaborative work management tools that have grown in popularity in recent years. Others include Asana, Workfront, Smartsheet, Planview and Projectplace; Microsoft has also launched a Trello rival, Planner

A board will typically focus on a specific project such as launching a new website, or more process-based tasks such as onboarding an employee. Each board contains lists which may, for example, indicate the progress of a project. Lastly, cards within the lists hold information on a specific task and can be moved from list to list when completed.

There are a variety of options to collaborate with team members, with capabilities to discuss projects from within cards and to upload relevant files.

Another key feature is integration with other applications – what the company calls “power-ups.” These API integrations allow users to access features such as Google Drive, Slack and Salesforce directly from Trello.

It is not only a business task management tool, of course. Trello is widely used for personal itineraries, including anything from planning holidays to weddings; that versatility has been a major part of its appeal.

TeamViewer

 

 

The TeamViewer software application allows for remote control, desktop sharing and file transfer between computers. TeamViewer is compatible with multiple platforms, including Windows, macOS X, Linux, iOS, and Android. TeamViewer allows a user to access another computer remotely using a web browser.

Flipboard

 

 

Flipboard is an app that aggregates news and other content and presents it in a personalized magazine-like format. It is available for iPad, iPhone, Android and Kindle Fire. You can visit flipboard.com for more information on the features and functionality of the Flipboard app.

The app is alive and doing well. It has even released new updates that have made it even more compelling to use.

The feature makes it easier for reader-friendly websites to gain more prominence on Flipboard, meaning far better quality of content formatting and appearance.

Office Lens

 

 

Office Lens for Android, a scanning app that lets you shoot photos of written materials like notepads, printed documents, and whiteboards, converting printed words in the image to editable text through OCR. Other apps like Evernote have performed similar functions, but Microsoft has added some impressive tricks to the genre.

OneNote

 

 

OneNote pages are built to be a free-form canvas. You can highlight, draw, enter text, and pinch and zoom just like on your smartphone. If you’d rather keep things sparse, OneNote can be a home for quick lists or keeping track of to-do items you need to finish.

It can become a depository for articles that you need for research. There’s also a collaborative element, as you can share notebooks with a team.

Swiftkey

 

 

The Google Play store and now Apple’s App Store are home to thousands of different apps, but there is one that stands out from the pack and ranks among the very best.

SwiftKey, a popular third-party keyboard, is arguably the best custom keyboard available today. While Google and Apple has made strides to improve the stock Android and iOS keyboards, SwiftKey’s customization features and prediction engine are unmatched.

SwiftKey is constantly updating its app and pushing out new features, such as support for more languages, improved predictions, and added capabilities. You have nothing to lose because the app is now free. Trust me, SwiftKey will help you improve your typing on your Android and now even your iOS device.

Feedly

 

 

You don’t have to keep checking back to any particular site to see if it’s been updated – all you need to do is subscribe to the RSS feed (short for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary, RSS feeds streamlines the way we search for content to read online), much like you would subscribe to a newspaper, and then read the updates from the site, delivered via RSS feeds, in what’s called a “feed reader.”

Feedly also has a mobile app so you can read your content anywhere you go. Feeds and reading habits are synchronized across devices, so if you read something on your desktop, it will be marked as read on your mobile app as well.

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