5 apps that help you save time

5 apps that help you save time

Technological advancements have made so many tasks automated and easy. Yet we are always rushing from one destination to another.

More than half of American workers feel overworked.

Time always seems to be slipping from our hands, the day over before we even know it.

Tools and apps can really help you manage your hours. Here’s how you can successfully do so with these 5 apps.


  1. Evernote

Do you miss the traditional journal note taking? Evernote brings it back to you in an even better way – on your mobile phone. Make your grocery list, your itinerary, or add reminders. With Evernote, never be behind on any task.

Take notes on the go and animate them by adding pictures and illustrations. Search any note even by the text on the images.

The app is free to download for both iOS and Android.



  1. Udely

After a grueling day at the office, daily life chores become impossible to perform because of a lack of time and energy. Download this on-demand delivery app to get round the clock delivery service.  This is a delivery app for anything and everything you can think of:

Food delivery service? Check.

Grocery delivery service? Check.

Flower delivery app? Check.

Gas delivery app? Check.

Alcohol delivery app? You bet!

This is an all in one package delivery app you don’t want to miss out on.

The app is free to download and available for iOS and Android.

  1. Circa

The world is moving at an insanely fast pace. As we become more interconnected, news updates and flashes seem to pop up every hour. No one has time to sift through the volumes of unnecessary updates.

With this app, keep up to date on what really matters. Get only the most relevant stories by following your interests and let the app do the rest for you.

Circa is available to download for both iOS and Android.

  1. Momentum

With so many things offering short-term rewards it can become tough to stick to your long-term goals. Momentum aims at instilling self-discipline in its users by building strong habits. Set your daily or weekly goals and get reminded to do the task every day. Track your progress and build a momentum that lasts you a lifetime.

  1. Pocket

The internet is a rabbit hole full of interesting content that can make even the best of us lose track of time. Once you find an interesting article, it can be hard to put down the phone and focus on the task at hand. If you find it easy to get sidetracked, Pocket may be the solution for you.

Save any interesting content you find on the internet, and quite literally pocket it for later. What’s great is the app downloads all types of content so that you can view it later in your leisure time.

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