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10 iPhone Organizational Apps

by guestauthor on December 8, 2011

People carry their iPhone’s everywhere they go. Since their iPhone’s are always with them, many people choose to transform the cell phone into a personal assistant, which keeps them organized. Here are 10 organizational apps that can turn an iPhone into a personal secretary.

iPhone Organizational Apps 10 iPhone Organizational Apps

1. Phone Book

Phone Book combines an iPhone’s list of contact information with any phone numbers or email addresses posted on Facebook. With this app, people can store all of their friend’s contact information in one place.

2. NameCatcher

NameCatcher stores all sorts of information about acquaintances. After users enter data about people they know, they can either pull up the details of a specific person or search for a specific person from a single detail. Professionals might find this useful to remember people’s names and details, and parents might want to use it to recall other parents’ names.

3. Lock Box

Lock Box is a security app that can be used to store access codes, such as passwords and PINs. This program protects the data with a password and encryption. There are two versions available. The free one has ads, while the upgraded version does not. The paid-for version, which is priced at $2.99, also features better data encryption.

4. 2Do

Few apps can be personalized as much as 2Do. There are many to-do list apps available, but this one allows users to specify how they are arranged and presented on the iPhone. It is designed to work in tandem with

5. CheckList

For less than a dollar, users can create checklists with this app. It is less developed than 2Do, but the simple interface eliminates distractions.

6. OmniFocus

Back in 2008, OmniFocus won the Apple Design Award for Best IPhone Productivity Application. Today, it is still useful for monitoring tasks. Users can sort projects by their location, the people involved or their date.

7. Organizer: To Do + Calendar + Lists

This is a three-in-one app. Aptly named, it is one of the few apps that have to do lists, generic lists and calendars in a single program. Having all of these organizing tools in a single location is convenient.

8. Grocery IQ

With Grocery IQ, families and roommates can sync mobile devices together, in order to coordinate their grocery shopping. Anyone on the account can edit the shopping list, so it can be kept up to date. If also can be arranged in any order, which makes shopping more efficient.

9. Grocery Gadget

Grocery Gadget is similar to Grocery IQ, and it serves the same purpose. However, Grocery Gadget does not allow users to arrange shopping lists in any order. The advantage of Grocery Gadget is that it is compatible with its corresponding website.

10. ReQall

ReQall is a virtual transcriptionist. As people record notes via audio, it will transcribe the audio into text. People who find the free version useful may want to consider purchasing a fuller version of the app.

From these 10 apps, people can use their iPhone as a virtual administrative assistant. There are programs for almost every organizational need, from the generic list making to the specific audio note converting. Depending upon one’s needs, the most useful apps will vary from person to person, but everyone will find that some of these can help them become more organized.

Author Bio: Wayne S. writes for Oasys Software, a software development company that specializes in Android email filing, and bridge design software.

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Mohd Akbar December 8, 2011 at 3:51 pm

All application are wonderful. But i like Phone Book. Thank you for taking the time to put it all together for us to see.

Thangaraju December 10, 2011 at 9:41 am

I like these two apps from list of 10, one is NameCatcher and 2do. These two help to organize our daily updates.

mohan December 10, 2011 at 9:51 am

From all 10 best apps Organizer: To Do + Calendar + Lists and Phone Book apps are most used.

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