Productivity Apps

Best iPhone apps for realtors: Scanner Pro, 1Password, Listings+, and more!

The apps every realtor and broker needs to market better, sell faster, and keep clients happier!

Looking for the best iPhone apps to help you sell more homes? If you're a realtor or a broker, your iPhone in an invaluable tool that can not only help keep you organized, but help you do your job better. Everything from apps that help you track activity on your listed properties to ones that make client management and communication easier than ever are available in the App Store. Sometimes the sheer amount of choices can be overwhelming. So which iPhone apps are the absolute best ones that no realtor should live without?

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Inky Mail for iPhone and iPad review: A unique approach to tackling mail

Inky Mail is a new alternative mail app for both iPhone and iPad that can help you quickly triage and get your inboxes under control. Even though Inky is new to iOS, it's been available on the Mac for quite some time. I even named it one of the best alternative Mac mail apps currently available. The thing that makes Inky so unique is not only how it sorts your mail, but how it can sort what messages are actually relevant and important to you.

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Omnifocus 2 for Mac review

Omnifocus, one of the more complex and serious get things done services available for both iOS and Mac, has just been updated to version 2.0 on the Mac. With it comes a fresh new design, Forecast view, a handy quick open feature, and lots more. Back when I reviewed Omnifocus 2 for iPhone, I found it to be a huge step in the right direction as far as usability was concerned. So is the new Mac version of Omnifocus a step in the right direction as well?

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Best note-taking apps for iPhone and iPad

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Vesper 2.0 brings cloud syncing and backup for your notes, Mac app coming soon

Vesper 2.0 was released today and the staple feature is Vesper Sync which allows you to finally sync all your notes to the cloud. The best part? Vesper Sync is completely free to use. No catch, no joke, it's free. Vesper is also coming soon to a Mac near you.

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Google Docs for iPhone and iPad review: It's just as bad as Google Sheets

Google Docs is one of Google's newest iPhone and iPad apps. Just be sure you don't confuse it with the Google Docs service itself, because the Google Docs app deals only with word processing and text editing. If you want to access your spreadsheets, you'll need to grab the Google Sheets app as well. Some folks may ask why Google decided to split these services into two separate apps that were already accessible with the Google Drive app. Perhaps for extra features or capabilities? I recently reviewed Google Sheets and found that wasn't exactly the case. So is Google Docs any different?

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Up Next helps you logically decide in what order you should complete tasks

Up Next is a new type of task app that not only lets you enter todo items, but helps you decide when it's best to complete them. By using your location and the current time of day, Up Next looks at context to help you save time and complete your day in a more efficient manner.

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Best calendar apps for iPad: Fantastical 2, Sunrise, Calendars 5, and more!

Looking for the best iPad apps to help you get your calendaring done faster and better? Sure, the iPad comes with Apple's own Calendar app and it'll suit some people just fine. If you want something different, however, whether it's a different focus, different interface, or different features, the App Store has a lot of alternative calendar apps available. But which ones are the very best?

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IFTTT 2.0 for iOS brings native iPad support, new channels, and more!

IFTTT, the powerful productivity app that lets you create connections between different internet apps services, has been updated today to version 2.0, bringing a lot of important new features, starting with native iPad support. The update also includes new iOS-only channels, bug fixes, and more.

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Best document editing apps for iPad: Pages, Google Drive, Microsoft Word, and more!

The iPad is a great writing utility and that includes editing and drafting documents, no matter what kind of work you do. From embedding images and charts to writing a term paper for college, there are lots of App Store apps for iPad that specialize in document creation and editing. Not sure which one is right for you? Follow along for a list of my current favorites and who I think they're best suited for!

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