If you have to choose your five favourite apps on your mobile phone, which should it be?
I have both an Android phone and an iPhone, but for work-stuff I usually use the iPhone. The Android I usually have for testing and because I like it. And after upgrading the iPhone to iOS 8 and my MacBook Pro to OS X 10.10, I like the iPhone even more. I like how the computer and phone has started to work together in a new and better way. There are apps that I use a lot more than the five I’m about to list here, but I think this five are my favourites after all.
Trello is really helping me to organise everything I’m working on. You simply create boards with cards on it. On the cards you can add stuff like checklists, text, photos, videos, PDF’s and a lot more. If you are working in a team, you can work together on the cards and delegate to different persons. This makes it really easy to see what you need to focus on, and who is working on what. I found a really good instruction on the net for how I should organise my boards and cards. I will write a bit about it in a later post, as soon as I find the source again.
It’s also syncing really sweet between the phone and computer. Sweet!
Did I tell you that Trello is free? It is. Go check it out!
This is my feel-good-every-day-app. This app helps me to put my goals into action. Every day it gives me an inspiring quote, and if I forget to train a day, it reminds me.
You simply choose which goals you have, and how often you want to do it. It reminds you if you forget, and it counts when you are checking in on your goals. Everyone really should have this app installed.
I do a lot of my mobile app designs in Sketch. This app makes it so simple to try the design right on the phone. If you are working serious in Sketch, this app is a must.
I believe that Evernote is the best note taking app out there. Both on the mobile phone and on the computer. You can write stuff down, you can save links, pages, and take pictures. I believe you can save everything in this app, seriously everything you can think on. Overtime I’m getting a great idea for an app or a new project, I jot it down in Evernote. And I can reach it from every device I have. I’m an expert on getting great ideas on strange places, so this app really suits me.
Dropbox is one of my favourites, that I use all the time without thinking about it. I have sat it up for backing my stuff from all my devices. Without it, I sure would loose a lot of important stuff. You can use Dropbox for lot of different stuff.
That was my five favourite apps I have on my mobile phones. What’s yours?