There are so many apps out on the market it can be really hard to choose which are the best for you. Here’s a list of my favorite apps in different categories including productivity and organization, finance, mindset, education, motivation, inspiration, health, fitness and diet. If you’re looking for the best apps to help you make 2019 your most successful year yet, here they are!
Productivity And Organization
Mind Meister (free; iOS, Web, Android): If you tend to get ideas on the go and want to write them down, this app is for you. Whether you’re planning a surprise party or a company outing, Mind Meister can help you gather your thoughts into an organized web map. The app makes it accessible on your phone or mobile device which allows you to customize and update Mind Maps in an easy-to-use fashion. Arguably, one of the app’s best features, is its ability to share maps with other users. This is great because it allows you and your team to collaborate, brainstorm and edit the mind map from your individual devices.
Rescue Time (free; iOS, Android): Rescue Time is an app designed to help you stay organized and on track. It shows you exactly how much time you spend online and divides usage into different categories. For example, it will show you how much time you’re using to handle your emails, engage on social media, or search the web. You can set reminders and alerts to keep you on track and efficient.
Reminders (free; iOS): This is one of the most overlooked apps that is currently downloaded on your phone. The Reminders App is a simple way to set reminders and easily check things off. This app syncs automatically with iCloud and Apple computers making it easy to have a to-do list virtually everywhere and anywhere.
Remember The Milk (free trial and then $39.99 per year; iOS): Remember The Milk is an advanced task management system that syncs across all of your devices. This is especially helpful for people who use devices that don’t automatically sync with each other such an iPhones, Android tablets and PC computers. This app is kind of like a massive to-do list. You can set subtasks within each task and send tasks to other users to get things done more quickly and efficiently. It is great for small businesses or team projects.
A Design Kit (free; iOS): If you’re somebody in the creative space and tend to use social media a lot, it’s time to download this app. A Design Kit allows you to easily add captions to photos with over 30 fonts, lots of colors, brushes and other designs. It’s also the fastest way to create perfect looking Instagram stories by allowing you to cover those carrier names and logos on the top of the screen. It’s extremely convenient and easy to navigate.
Clarity (free; iOS, Web, Android): The Clarity app is perfect for budgeting and seeing where your money is going. It breaks down all of your purchases into categories like dining and drinks, shopping, fees, bills and more. The app allows you to link all of your bank accounts, loans, credit cards, and investments in one place to see what is coming in and what is going out. It is perfect for people who enjoy a visual on their banking activity.