Mobilewalla: Apps to help you get organized in 2014

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Many of us can be a bit disorganized sometimes. If one of your resolutions was to get more organized in 2014, the following apps will help you do it.

Apple apps

Cozi Family Organizer (Free)* — Cozi is designed to help keep track of a whole family’s activities and appointments with intuitive, color-coded trackers for each person. (Mobilewalla score: 99/100)

iTranslate Voice ($1.99) — iTranslate provides instant translations of your voice into 42 other languages. You also can use the app to look up words and phrases. (Score: 94/100)

Evernote (Free)* — Like Evernote’s mascot, the elephant, which never forgets, you can use Evernote to help you remember important tasks, meetings and ideas. (Score: 92/100)

Dropbox (Free)* — Dropbox gives you a home in “the cloud” to save and share your data. Up to 2 GB of photos, videos and documents are stored for free. (Score: 90/100)

Hipjot ($1.99) — Hipjot is an app to help you take notes in any situation at high speed. Users agree that its innovative keyboard is the best one available. (Score: 90/100)

Android apps

SwiftKey ($3.99) — More than 260,000 Android users give SwiftKey Keyboard five stars for its incredibly fast, easy-to-use, intuitive keyboard. (Mobilewalla score: 99/100)

Assistant (Free)* — Assistant is a virtual assistant that performs various productivity tasks, like managing your calendar and to-dos, in response to spoken commands. (Score: 97/100)

ColorNote Notepad Notes (Free) — Because Android phones don’t come with a notepad like iPhones, this app is an advanced replacement for that feature. (Score: 93/100)

GO Cleaner & Task Manager (Free) — GO Cleaner helps you monitor battery usage on your phone and also helps you clear your phone’s cache. (Score: 92/100)

ezPDF Reader — Multimedia PDF ($3.99)* — ezPDF Reader allows you to make real use of PDF files on the go, including reading them in a booklike form and signing them. (Score: 91/100)

*Available on Apple and Android.

Mobilewalla is a search and discovery engine using breakthrough technology to score every app to help consumers navigate the mobile application marketplace. Apps are scored using an algorithm that weighs several characteristics, including user ratings, position within category and staff recommendations. For more app intel, go to Anindya Datta is a technologist and founder of Mobilewalla.

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