Best Apps that Help Organize Your Life

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More often than not, life gets hectic and difficult to manage. Luckily, there’s an app (or eighty) for that. We’ve put together a list of the ones we think are most helpful with organizing our day to day lives.

Mint: The App that Manages Money

From Intuit, the makers of TurboTax and QuickBooks: The free Mint app helps you spend smarter and save more just by entering your credit card and banking information. It acts like a digital finaScreen Shot 2016-07-15 at 11.13.29 AMncial planner and helps ensure you stay within the budget you create for yourself. You can also set goals for vacations and get updates on your credit score.

Any.Do: The App that is the Ultimate To-Do List

Any.Do keeps your lists from all your devices into one places, creating a manageable To-Do List. Winner of Apple’s Intuitive Touch Award and Android’s Best App of 2012, is known for its clean, easy-to-use design and innovative features. It allows people to stay on top of their busy lives.

iGroceryPal: The App that makes Grocery Shopping a Breeze

iGroceryPal is the perfect app for grocery shopping. It allows you to digitally create a grocery list and will organize the list based on food and aisle. It even syncs up to local grocery stores to find the best deals and prices for your needs.

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LastPass: The App that Remembers Your Passwords for You

LastPass keeps your passwords secure, sign in to your sites with TouchID or generate new, strong passwords. With LastPass, you only remember one password – your LastPass master password. Keep your passwords secret, and use LastPass to automatically fill out your logins, wherever you go. Never worry about forgetting a password again.

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FlipBoard: The App that Personalizes the News for You

Flipboard serves as your personal magazine, at your desk, in your back pocket or on your wrist. Filled with stories, photos and videos on any interest, it’s a single place to keep up with your world. Read what stories interest and filter out the ones that don’t. It makes reading the news simple and fun.

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The best part about these apps? They’re all free and compatible with both the iPhone and the Android.

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