Whether you want to maintain a list of groceries, manage your income and expenses, or listen to songs, there’s an app for everything.
The question remains, which are the ideal apps? Apps that are without bugs, have a good interface, don’t take up too much space, and so on.
Well, we did the digging for you and here are 7 amazing apps for personal use your phone is incomplete without.
7 Best Apps For Personal Use
From managing finances to grocery lists, Lio App helps you manage all kinds of data with its multiple templates (you can even plan your wedding). Getting started with Lio takes less than a minute and the interface is super easy to understand.
Even if you have never used similar apps before, you won’t have any trouble. It is also available in 10+ languages which means you can use it in your native language. It also has a feature called Teams that allows you to share your files with a group of people in an instant.
You can also choose to share it over WhatsApp or add people to particular sheets using their email or phone number. Providing the cherry on the cake is the fact that Lio is free to use whether on Android, iPhone or desktop
If you are looking for a task management tool (whether for a team or just yourself), nTask is another great choice. It is available on all platforms and comes with a simplified, user-friendly interface.
You can set up one-time tasks or recurring tasks. And they have a great tracking system as well. Yes, thanks to progress reports, timelines, and Gantt Charts, you can easily know how far you or your team members are with each task or project.
You can also set reminders and alerts. While it is free for individuals, you’ll have to pay for adding team or family members.
Most of you would have already heard this name and for good reason. What started as a simple To-Do list app has grown into a powerful tool with a wide range of features and templates to help you get started.
It also has a free version for individuals but to add more people you would have to pay up to $5 per month. This app is also available on all platforms giving you convenience of using it anywhere, anytime.
You can easily share your projects and lists with other people using their emails and even set email and SMS reminders to help you stay on track.
Another great app for task management, what we love most about Any.Do is that it is super easy to use. In fact, you don’t even have to type all your details. That’s because this is one of the few apps that supports voice entries.
You can now create all your lists by simply talking to your phone via your bluetooth earphones eliminating the need to be around your phone and carrying it everywhere. It also allows you to set reminders and deadlines.
Plus, sharing lists with others is hassle-free. Any.do is also available on all platforms with basic features available for free.
Habitica is a one-of-a-kind app that engages users by turning your daily tasks into fun games. So yes, if you love playing games, hate sophisticated to-do apps and want something fun, this is just the app for you.
This twist also keeps people motivated as the tasks you complete helps your character upgrade, personalize them, and unlock exciting rewards like armor. Etc. Failing to complete tasks means your character loses health.
To top it all, it is free and is available on all platforms. So, even if you aren’t a fan of games, it is still worth a try.
Not to be confused with TikTok, TickTick is very similar to the apps we discussed above. It also allows you to create lists, tasks and subtasks, priority levels, and tags.
Its aim is to declutter and help you focus better on the tasks at hand. You can also create recurring and one-time tasks along with reminders and deadlines.
One thing we really like about the app is the feature that allows you to set irritating alerts to complete tasks. On days to feel lazy, it is just the thing you need to stay on track.
This also has a free version and is available on all platforms.
Well, that’s our list of the top apps for personal use that you should download. From helping you manage data to finances, we covered all types of apps.
In case you find a different app useful, let us know about it. We’d also love to hear about your experience with any of these apps.