Time Management Ninja Podcast #13 – Top iPhone Productivity Apps

The Top Apps that Keep Me Productive on the Go


Welcome to the Time Management Ninja Podcast, Episode #13.

Today’s episode is about the Top iPhone Productivity Apps.

Change things up a little in today’s podcast. Instead of tips, I have productivity tools to share. Specifically, productivity apps that I use on my iPhone.

Listen to today’s episode to learn about my 12 most-used productivity apps.

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The Top 12 Productivity Apps I Use on My iPhone

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Here is the list of apps in today’s podcast…

Top 12 Productivity Apps That I Use on My iPhone:

  1. Things
  2. Fantastical
  3. Apple Notes
  4. Contacts
  5. Trello
  6. Spark Email
  7. Slack
  8. Messages
  9. Scanner Pro
  10. Habit List
  11. PCalc
  12. Ulysses



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2 thoughts on “Time Management Ninja Podcast #13 – Top iPhone Productivity Apps

    • Annette,

      Sorry… I do not. Some are available for Android. (Although when I look at *this* list.. most are iOS only.)

      There are comparable solutions for Android… but if you read my website, it is written from the iPhone perspective as that is the platform I use. 🙂