Top Best Should Have iOS Productivity Apps

Top Best Should Have iOS Productivity Apps
Since 2016 was a marvelous time to be alive for both app developers and users, we decided to make a list for you with the top 10 iOS productivity apps for iPhone and iPad!

Some of these apps were developed just last year and we had a chance to witness their boom, especially on the iPhone market. So, let's just go ahead and dive into the list of Top 10 iOS Productivity apps for iPhone and iPad devices!

1. Flow Tasks

Flow Tasks is an extremely useful app when it comes down to team coordination and working on group projects. This app allows instant communication while also having multiple inputs from your colleagues. This app is very easy to use, it also reminds its users of Facebook due to its relaxing blue colors and fancy design! Make sure you try it out on your next group project!

2. JPG to PDF

JPG to PDF is a mobile app that is used primarily to convert your images to PDF. Its excellent conversion quality, as well as speed and reliability, make it one of the best image converters out there.

This app will convert any image you have to a more secure PDF format and optimize it for viewing and sharing.

3. Milanote

Milanote is a tool for organizing your creative projects into beautiful visual boards. Created to replicate the feeling of working on a wall in a creative studio - visual, tactile and sometimes a bit messy - Milanote is a great fit for freelancers in both the marketing and design spaces. Milanote has heaps of built-in templates to help you get started with a variety of different projects, from creating a moodboard to set out the visual direction for a project, to writing that perfect creative brief. Its sharing features make it a great option for those who regularly provide work to clients for feedback.

Milanote's basic plan is available for free with no time-limit.

4. OmniFocus 2

OmniFocus is perhaps the most robust and well-equipped productivity app on the market. This app helps you assign contexts based on location, people as well as plan your daily chores and duties. Another thing that helps run the app faster is having your own servers, which OmniFocus 2 definitely does. However, this app is very expensive, standing at $40 USD as of lately…

5. Any.Do

Any.Do helps you stay updated by multitasking - managing your tasks, pinpointing important dates in the app’s calendar and letting you know when an approaching task is close to its due time. The downside of this app is that the apps is over 110 Mb in size, making it a bit heavy for old phones and those with lots of apps on their hard drive. However, we strongly recommend this app as many other reputable sources have spoke of it nicely!

6. Agenda

“What is the meeting agenda for today's meeting?” - that is a question you will never have to ask yourself age with this app! Agenda helps its users with day - to - day issues such as making your meetings on time, remembering important dates and similar small tasks. Agenda can be synced with your Apple Watch (if you have one) and it will give you an even better taste for this app as the Watch will display a map for your future events.

7. Droplr

Droplr is a great app for your iOS device simply because this app is very user friendly and easy to use. It will help you host photos, songs, videos, screenshots, documents, and other types of files. If you are having any security concerns regarding your file safety, you can password protect any link you share for maximum security.

8. 1Password

Are you one of those people that have trouble remembering their passwords? Are you too lazy to write your passwords and login information on a piece of paper? 1Password is the perfect app if this is your case as this app is one of most trustworthy password manager apps!

9. Trello

As we move onto organization and communication apps, we can’t afford to mention Trello. We can’t afford to skip it is because Trello is free to use. Trello allows you to attach files, upload images and communicate with your team. Trello is also localized for several languages, so even if your English is not perfect, you can simply change it to one of many localized versions.

10. FileApp

FileApp is most definitely, a file management and document reading app. You could have guessed so much just by looking at the app name. However, this app is a great example of what a file manager should look like, and one of the indicators of that it is a step forward in the file transferring technology. FileApp has a mention-worthy wireless transferring system from your mobile device to the computer. Also, it is very well integrated, giving you the option to choose from several different apps to open and edit your files.

11. myMail

We are rounding up this list with a great mailing app that was updated just a few weeks ago. What is your favorite email provider? Gmail? Yahoo? Hotmail? Well, all of them are available within myMail, along with 5 other providers. myMail also supports any IMAP and POP-3 providers so in 99% of cases this app will have you covered, no matter what.

Let Your Voice Be Heard

You have seen our list of the best 10 iOS productivity apps today. As it is with every other list; there’s hardly a one that’s completely flawless. We welcome your suggestions and recommendations with regards to iOS productivity apps and other iOS tips in the comment section below.
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