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Productivity Apps for iPhone

Since I’m a productivity coach, people often ask which iPhone apps I use most often. I guess they’re curious which productivity apps for iPhone can be used to increase productivity. I believe strongly it’s the habits not the technology that makes a difference. Following are my screens (with a Picasso backdrop) so you can see which tools help me to produce more & more easily.

Home Screen

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This home screen includes: Audible, Music, Podcasts, Feedly (a super blog reader), Simply Being (guided meditations), Mindfulness (silent or guided meditations), Sugar Sync (mobile access to all my files) Mail, Maps, Google Maps (sometimes I prefer their interface over maps), Google, Safari, Evernote (movies to watch, gifts to buy, things to pack, & more stored here), AnyList (grocery list), Reminders, & Goodreads (books to read)

Page 2

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Page 2 includes: HomeAway (where I look for vacation home rentals), SeatGuru (where I research the better seats on planes), Tripit (where I send all my confirmation emails so it builds itineraries for all my trips), Weather! (Yahoo!s beautiful weather app–when it works), American & United (for my mobile boarding passes), Chicago Art Institute Tours (to gain entry & to follow tours), Morton Arboretum (to gain entry & not get lost), Best Parking (for researching paid parking deals–great for determining airport parking costs versus cab fair), Parknav (for finding free parking in Chicago & San Fran), Compass, GasBuddy (to survey gas prices), Yelp & Urbanspoon (to find great food no matter where I am), Easy Tip Calculator (to easily divide a check & calculate tips), ShopSavvy (a barcode scanner)

Page 3

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Page 3 includes: Camera, Photos, Voice Memos, Passbook, Dragon Dictation (for dictating session notes), Genius Scan, Naperville Public Library, TakeMyCard (which is my business card & may no longer be available for purchase), Clock, Calculator, App Store, a folder of inactive apps, Sony SongPal, Onkyo Remote2, Roku, & TiVo (used for home entertainment systems)

I’ve shared my secrets. Now please share yours. What apps are your favorites?[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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