Best iPhone Apps to Boost Productivity in 2018 


Living a life mired in a pile of unfinished projects and missed deadlines? This is a clear indication that you’ve developed a habit of frittering away your days and overestimating your time. Put simply, you’re unproductive for the most and that’s horrible, because you’re making these pending tasks permanence in your life. Remember that productivity isn’t about doing everything. It’s about managing your time to complete your prioritized tasks without leaving you any stressed. Productivity is a learned skill, and you need some intervention, some right tools to acquire it.  


If you’re reading this, you’re hard-pressed to turn your days into a productive timeline, and going all ways to hold procrastination in check. Relax; we’ve listed 6 best iPhone apps, which can help you boost your productivity. Take a look.



Managing an entire trail of shifts and schedules can be a big inconvenience. Use Hours – a very intuitive time-tracking app, and perhaps the best way to check where all your time really goes. There’s a visual timeline, along with detailed reports and easy reminders to help you track your working hours with zero fuss. You can easily start, stop and pause the timers, maintain a track record by client, project and task, and save/view tracked hours on a calendar. Since you’re alerted every time you begin and end a project, and get a report of how much time you’ve taken to complete the tasks, you try being better than your previous records and grow productive.  


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Buffer comes in really hand when it’s about managing all your social media accounts in one place. You aren’t required to log in your social media accounts in separate tabs. Simply add content to Buffer, and choose when and where it’ll be posted. You can manage Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, LinkedIn and Google+ all within Buffer and can also get simple, easy-to-read analysis for the updates you share. On the free tier of the app, you can connect up to 3 account and post 10 times from each profile. The premium version lets you post more, manage more accounts and enjoy features like link shortening and content creation tools.  


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Trello creates boards for every task you’ve been working on, and thereby, keeps you well organized. You can setup to-do lists, notes, tasks and more, in the form of cards, which are pretty interesting to look at. Use them solo, or share them with coworkers, friends and family to simplify the workflow and ensure that nothing important falls out of the loop. These cards are easy to manage; you can drag and drop and manage them to other lists. Also, if you’ve made any changes in the offline mode, the cards will automatically sync when reconnected.  


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iMessage for iOS is a smarter medium to connect, and pretty amazing to use. Besides texting your friends either in individual chats or groups, you can also send fun stickers, share your location, and receive messages even when you’re offline. There’s an app-drawer with a lot of new feel to it, making it way more intuitive to quick-access the app with iMessages. You’re also able to send cash with the integrated Apple Pay service, and thereby, making it really convenient to manage your funds with your friends, colleagues and family. Business Chat integration has been also announced, aiming to connect businesses and individuals together and forging intimate relationships. ? 


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OfficeTime is an easy way to track your billable hours and provide reports for your timer activities. The app has a very neat and self-explanatory interface, allowing to easily track what you do the entire day. It’s very useful for anybody who do freelancing and looking for a right tool to keep a note of billable hours and generate invoices. And the fact, that you can operate it offline without being in need of Wi-Fi or internet connection, makes it a must-have app for better productivity and knowing where all your time goes.  


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With Asana, the trouble of looking into multiple email threads is well-addressed. You can have this app to manage all your email accounts in one place, and stay well-organized in your daily workflow. You can create projects, assign tasks to team members, make comments, set deadlines and a lot more – all within one unified platform. This way, you can always stay ahead of the competition and get more productive at work. On the free tier of the app, you can create tasks with teams up to 15 people. If you’re opting for premium service, the team limit increases and you avail the benefits of many organizational tools for better workflow.  


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Time Doctor

Time Doctor is an amazing time management and productivity app for individuals as well as teams. Time tracking, screenshots recording, apps/websites tracking are some of its great features. It can also detect idle time and alerts the user if he/she gets distracted by non-productive apps or sites. Time Doctor also makes invoicing easier by recording exact number of work hours. It can also integrate with top apps for better project management.

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This is our list of best iOS productivity apps in 2018. Do you know any more? Tell us in the comments section below.