What are the best personal organizers for iPhone?

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    Dropbox is a cloud-based file hosting service for personal or business use, available on computers and mobile devices. Easily store all your data in a safe and secure location that sync across all your devices or can be shared with friends or co-workers for collaborative work.


    Windows, Mac, Android, iOS

    Varies by plan

    David Peters
    Written on November 7, 2017
    "too much to read. i wouldn't remember any of it by the time i got to use it."
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    Evernote is an app that allows users to create all kinds of notes and keep all their ideas organized and collected in the same spot. The app also offers a lot of tools to share ideas and even create agendas for their teammates.   


    Web, Android, iOS, Mac, Windows

    Free- Varies by plan

    Angela Wells
    Written on November 4, 2017
    "Evernote has allowed me to get rid of my to-do sticky notes, paper calendars and checklists. I can consolidate all these items, plus tables and audio recordings to make my work flow more easily and provide information to members of my team with just a click of this app. I definitely am a more efficient leader and am able to stay ahead of deadlines and follow through with tasks."
  3. 11



    Thinkfield is an app for iOS devices that allows you to create ideas and take as many notes as you want. This app lets you insert text, images and websites links, drag & drop external information, preview pictures and websites, and more.




    Sebastian Hermes
    Written on March 5, 2018
    "The great things about thinkfield are its infinite canvas, the abstraction of information when zooming out, the integration of various data types and the possibility to work with multiple users on one project. Currently it is just a basic version, I am looking forward to what is coming next.."
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    #4Google Keep

    Google Keep

    Google Keep is a note-taking app for iOS, Android, and Android Wear watches that enables users to take notes, create checklists, record voices, attach photos. All of which can be synced to the cloud and be accessed across devices.


    Android, iOS, Chrome


    Katherine Gardner
    Written on November 8, 2017
    "Google Keep is a handy way to stay organized in today's world. I hate pulling out the old pen and paper to make a note. People will disrespect you these days because it's so old-fashioned."
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    Box.net provides Cloud Content Management for over 4 million users and companies ranging from small businesses to Fortune. This website features easy desktop access to cloud files, as well as security for ECM.


    Web, Android, iOS

    Free- Varies by plan

    Ofelia Cázares
    Written on October 29, 2017
    "I love this app, finally a great personal organizer! No wonder businesses use it, it is seamless for me to interact with my own personal tasks and then cross over to my home business tasks. It is expensive, but well worth it, the designers put a lot of thought and creativity into the app, in order to make it so easy to use."
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    Documents is an app for editing spreadsheet and rich text. It has compatibility with Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive. You can use it wherever you want, it works online and offline.




    Hannah Wood
    Written on November 29, 2017
    "Easy to use to keep things organized. Convient and always avaiable since it is mobile."
  4. 5

    #7Google Drive

    Google Drive

    Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service created by Google. It allows you to have all your files within reach from any smartphone, tablet, computer, and other devices.


    Web, Android, iOS, Mac, Windows, Chrome


    Julia Stewart
    Written on November 1, 2017
    "Never thought to use Google Drive to organize my iPhone files, but once it was suggested to me and I tried it, I can say that it does the trick. I'm already a big Drive user, so the learning curve was negligible for me. But even for those who just start with Drive, the learning curve is pretty painless. And the power of the tool is truly magnificent. I'm now duly using it with my phone as well, and happy about it. Somehow it works just as well that way, in the very intuitive fashion that I've found in pretty much all Google tools. Very useful!"
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    Spendee is a free app for Android and iOS devices that helps you to manage your budget, your monthly spending and, your whole finances, in a nutshell. It features computer graphics, currency converter and more.

    iOS, Android

    Free- with in-app purchases

    María Luisa Zárate
    Written on November 21, 2017
    "You can set recurring income and expenses! You can set transactions to repeat every week, 2 weeks, 4 weeks, month, more! I spent all day installing and uninstalling budget apps that don't have this feature! My bank only shares its balances with QuickBooks (expensive) and Quicken (super bad reviews) so this is the only way I can keep my paychecks and bills synced up without entering it by hand every single month! Subscription rate is a pretty good deal compared to competitors."


Best What are the best personal organizers for iPhone
1DropboxApps 17 Free
2EvernoteApps 12 Free
3ThinkfieldApps 11 Free
4Google KeepApps 9 Free
5BoxApps 7 Free
6DocumentsApps 6 Free
7Google DriveApps 5 Free
8SpendeeApps 1 Free

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