Top 5 Productivity Apps

We've gathered a list of free apps that will help you stay organized, simply your life, and keep you productive. 

1. Wunderlist
This app allows you to create lists and collaborate with others. I use this to track my grocery lists, projects and even bills. 

2. PushBullet
This app makes it easy to share files across all your devices simultaneously. If you're on an Android phone and use Google Chrome, it also allows you to receive text messages on your desktop. 

3. Venmo
If you're ever out at a restaurant with friends and need to split the bill, Venmo allows you to easily send money to each other. (You need to link the app to your bank account though).  

4. Storage (Drive, OneDrive, iCloud, Box)
Free up space on your mobile or tablet device by using a "cloud" storage device. Free apps include Google Drive, OneDrive, iCloud and Box, to name a few. 

5. IFTTT (If This Than That)
Easily automate your actions with If This Than That. Simply set up recipes for your social channels, your workout routines, your photos and more. 

Hopefully, you find these apps helpful. 

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