6 Productivity Apps to Achieve Success in Business

There are many factors that lead to achieving success in business. In today’s world, with all of the wonderful technology available at our fingertips, certain apps built for productivity help us achieve meaningful, lasting success. Today, we will take a look at our favorite productivity apps.

By incorporating these productivity apps into your workflow, you’ll be able to boost productivity while building a stable, effective system for success.


Todoist is a useful, powerful and effective task management system. If you have a difficult time managing daily tasks, this program will help right the ship and get you back on course. We like this application because it was designed with excellence in mind. But it is also very minimalist. This simple program makes it easy to create color-coded task lists, email tasks, delegate assignments, and much more. Quite frankly, it’s one of the best productivity applications that you’ve probably never heard of.


Clockspot is an online productivity app that offers a wide range of effective features. It grants company employees the ability to “clock in” and “clock out” from anywhere, as long as they have access to the Internet and an approved phone or web browser. Other great features include: tracking employees in real time; generating detailed payroll, overtime, and time off reports; review/approve timesheets online, view real-time online task feed, and much more. This application is so much more than a simple time tracking program. Time tracking is definitely one of its best functions, but it also helps manage payroll, delegate tasks, manage projects, and much more all in one simple to access location.


Casual.PM is an amazing business tool that makes project management easier than ever. It provides a visual and collaborative way to work together as a team. It’s often difficult to get a new project up and running in the beginning, but Casual helps to visually connect everyone involved while making it easy for the entire team to know what’s going on at any time.


Sunrise, next on this list of productivity apps, was specifically designed to make your calendar look much brighter on every one of your favorite devices. The app takes your calendar and then beautifies it. Not only that, it can also effectively sync with other devices in real time while making interaction a breeze. It’s perfectly suited to Android devices, iPhones, and the web.


Evernote is of our favorite productivity apps. It truly is the greatest tool available for storing and sharing documents, files, information, images, notes and so much more. It’s the perfect place to store information that you may need to reference while on the go. It even has many wonderful search features that make it easy to pull up precisely what you’re looking for at any time. In truth, this app has helped revolutionize many businesses. And if you use it to its fullest potential, it can also help revolutionize yours too.


Wakie makes it easy to begin waking up each day with a dedicated purpose. This exciting app creates the greatest way you’d ever imagine to wake up! When it’s time to finally get out of bed and begin your day, you will hear an alarm on your phone. You then have to pick up your phone, and somebody located anywhere in the world will be on the other end waking you up via a telephone call. The person calling has one minute to get your lazy butt out of bed. Once the minute is up, the conversation will shut off. It’s really cool because you have fun and interesting people waking you up in the morning from anywhere and everywhere around the world!

Being more productive and managing business related responsibilities is a cinch now that you have the tools to tackle the toughest tasks. Begin incorporating all six of our favorite productivity apps into your daily routine. Your life and business will forever change for the better!

Wendy Dressler

Wendy is a super-connector who helps businesses find their audience online through outreach, partnerships, and networking. She frequently writes about the latest advancements in digital marketing and focuses her efforts on developing customized marketing plans depending on the industry and competition.

  • Jörg Brode

    Thanks for the hints. I’m using Todoist since a while and it’s really a great tool for tracking tasks.
    Just wanted to look into Sunrise and recognised they will shut down the service end of August as they have been bought by Microsoft. You might need to update your list though :-|

    • Kari Ann Beaulieu

      Jorg makes a good point!

      Sunrise will no longer be available as of 8/31 :/ there are lots of potential Sunrise replacements out there – I’d love to suggest Priority Matrix as one. It’s a lightweight project management solution that includes a calendar tool – the calendar integrates with all major calendars, similar to Sunrise! You can learn more at https://appfluence.com/project-calendar/

  • Chikta

    God and informative article. I’m into evernote and i love it a lot. I will have to start using Wakie. thanks for sharing

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  • Megan Wale

    Thank you for this great list. I’m using Todoist and completely satisfied. Its great for task management.

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