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6 iPhone Apps to Plan Your Workday

Day Planner: Schedule Planner (Free)

Schedule Planner puts the focus squarely on the minutiae of your daily tasks, and then provides the tools you need to see if you’re spending your time wisely. It features an easy-to-use interface to help you quickly plan out your day in the morning, and lets you place items in color-coded categories, such as Work and Free Time. The app then generates charts to help you see, at a glance, where your time is going — a key feature for small business owners who make their own schedules. Like other day-planner apps, Schedule Planner allows users to set custom alerts, repeat tasks and move items around with easy cut-and-paste functionality.

To-Do List: Todoist (Free)

Todoist can help you burn through tasks by adding tons of extra functionality to the traditional to-do list format. In addition to the ability to set up simple checklists, the app lets you set due dates and even rank tasks by priority to help you identify your next action item. It also includes project management features, including the ability to assign individual tasks to a larger project, and designate tasks to a specific team member. And Todoist integrates Google Calendar and Evernote, which makes it easy to collaborate with team members who don’t have the app.

Productivity: Microsoft Word (Free)

You can get real world work done from your iPhone with Microsoft Word. You can view, edit and create documents from anywhere. Your Office documents keep all the correct formatting as on your desktop. And you can share documents by emailing an attachment or a hyperlink. But it does requires an Office 365 subscription.

PDFs: Adobe Reader (Free)

Need to fill out a form on your phone and PDF if back? No problem with Adobe Acrobat Reader. Just as you can on your desktop, the mobile version lets you view, annotate and review documents. You can use your phone’s camera to snap a photo and save it as a PDF. You can fill out forms and sign documents with your finger.

Read It Later: Pocket (Free)

With Pocket, when you find an article or video you want to read, but don’t have time to at the moment, you can save it to pocket. It syncs that content across phones, tablets and computers, and you can access it offline. It offers unlimited storage and you can tag things for searching later. You can even recommend content to others.

Accounting: FreshBooks (Free)

You shouldn’t be tied to your desktop just to handle accounting issues. You can create invoices, receive payments, capture expenses and track billable hours through Freshbooks. It can also create and send estimates to clients, and it backs up your data and syncs it with its desktop version.