8 extremely useful apps for forgetful people
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1. TickTick: Things & Tasks To Do
TickTick is a reminder application that comes with some powerful tools in the free package. Its most prominent feature is reminder planning. You can set reminders with specific times and even set priorities or repeat. If you postpone a reminder, you can set the snooze in minutes, hours or days. Users also have the option to view different tasks in the calendar and synchronize with other applications.
2. Remember The Milk
If you want an application to remind you to prioritize to complete your to-do list, Remember The Milk is the app you need. It has a number of features such as the ability to receive reminders through many different ways, not simply through notifications. You can receive reminders via instant messages, Twitter, email and other platforms. However, you need to set up some features through the Remember The Milk website. Users can specify task priority, expiration date and a number of repetitions.
3. Todoist: To-Do List & Tasks
As a comprehensive to-do list application, Todoist allows you to create reminders, goals, habits, projects, etc. The application mainly focuses on tracking and checking the tasks you perform daily. If you forget the task expiration date, you can reschedule with the app's smart scheduling feature. The project allows you to group tasks together for specific purposes.
IFTTT is an automation application that works with other applications to perform certain tasks. It can even communicate with your smart home devices to set specific routines and event sequences. It is full of pre-set tasks such as posting Instagram photos to Twitter. However, you can also set your own actions. Some of the pre-set tasks are especially useful for the forgetful. You can use IFTTT to make sure Google sends birthday messages in your contacts, other reminders such as scheduled reminders and location-based reminders.
5. Google Keep
Google Keep is a useful note-taking application that allows you to save general notes, images, screenshots, checklists, etc. Some of its most useful features include the ability to annotate colors, classify and share them with contacts. You can also collaborate on notes with others, which is appropriate when planning events, trips. Google Keep even supports file and audio attachments. Google Keep also has a reminder feature for notes.
Evernote is a popular option to store notes and memos. Like Google Keep, Evernote lets you save to-do lists, photos, images, web pages and audio as notes. These notes can be easily searched and synced on your devices. You can also use your phone camera to capture items such as receipts.
7. Google Calendar
Google Calendar is a great application to remember important dates and events. Combined with proper customization, you can be sure not to miss any important event. Google Calendar announces upcoming events via email, notifications and home screen widget. The application is easy to integrate with other Google services such as Google Assistant and Gmail.
LastPass is a useful tool for those who want to keep their account safe but have trouble remembering their password. The service allows you to store all your passwords in a secure repository, with a strong master password protecting all your accounts. The application will automatically enter passwords for website accounts and payment gateways, so you won't need to remember them.
By: Jonath Martin