April 8

My Top Productivity Apps

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Samantha Pointer Foxx, CASP™

Samantha Pointer Foxx is a Certified Automation Service Provider™ & owner of Samantha Pointer Enterprises. She helps small business owners who don’t have the time, patience, or tech “know-how” to automate their marketing & sales online.

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    • Thank you for your contribution Janet! I will have to check that one out. I haven’t heard of it. That’s why I wanted to make a list that can be added to by everyone and we can share our top helpful apps.

  • I’m an iPad user and at work sometimes I use Evernote but during meetings, I prefer Beesy, for me it’s the best productivity app for iPad: http://www.beesapps.com/market-usage/beesy-in-top-10-of-productivity-apps/. It’s a great tool for my everyday life at work, help to sort out and don’t forget a thing on my differents projects. Very useful also in meeting with I can import, annotation and share my files with people. Take note and send minutes at the end of the meeting by mail very quickly and easily.

    I discovered this tool on Trunk Evernote, so I think it’s can be interesting.


  • I’m in search of an app that converts what I speak to text on the page. I got Evernote to do it once, but can’t figure out how I did it. Do you know of one.

    • Nicole,
      there is an app called Dragon Speaking Naturally and it is free. That converts speech to text. I haven’t used it in a long time because in Evernote once you make a new note you will see at the top a photo icon, a camera icon and a mic icon. If you touch the mic you can speak into it and record sound. If you have Siri on your iPad it will convert text to speech. On my android phone the mic is automactically offered through Google to convert your speech to text. But try the Dragon Speaking Naturally plug in. They also have one that is called Dragon to Go.

  • Great post! I love Evernote, although I’m not using it to its full potential yet and I also use Freshbooks. I’ll have to check out some of the others when I get a chance. Thanks for sharing.

  • What a cool way to present a list! Since I will be taking my time browsing through it, and checking back for more additions, I am also saving this page in Evernote (my FAV app :)). Thanks for the inspiration!

  • Samantha thank you for this list! I think you should also check out SmartTM app and maybe you’ll liek it the way I did – for me this one is the best productivity tool now.

    Best regards,

  • Hi there! I welcome your list. Productivity activities become the daily job in our working schedule. I am regular user of these kind of apps and always search for more new and trendy. No doubt in 2013, evernote was a great productivity app but now in 2014, I would like to share with another amazing note-taking app named as “Notionnote”. It is a great app for me. You can download it from https://itunes.apple.com/ie/app/notionnote/id811114900?mt=8

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