The 10 best productivity apps for Android, iOS
A Distimo study from May measured the number of downloads necessary to reach the top 25 paid or free apps in various categories from Apple's App Store. A mobile developer need only reach 130 paid downloads per day or 2,300 free downloads to reach the top 25 productivity apps list.
Perhaps this is why many of the biggest names in productivity apps still operate independently. Mobile bookmarking service Pocket boasts a team of eight members, for instance.
There are some larger, more widely known tools--cloud-based note organizing tool Evernote (and its recently acquired visual bookmarker Skitch and handwriting app Penultimate) or Android-based typing prediction app SwiftKey--however highlighting these ignores many other great, smaller operations in this space.
What are some of the best productivity apps, both in terms on innovation and simplifying the life of the user? FierceMobileContent has highlighted some of the best productivity apps for a variety of common tasks. Read on to find out which apps are doing it right and how they could change your life: