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.
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)
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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)
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.