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With so many apps designed to help with productivity, forming habits, and organization, there are almost too many to choose from. However, some entrepreneurs credit their success to their favorite productivity apps. Here are the productivity apps these successful CEOs and execs can't live without.
Things 3, from the Germany-based software startup Cultured Code, is a 2017 Apple Design award-winning app for organizing your life that's both simple and robust. Here's what it's like to use, and why you should consider buying it.
The Apple Design Awards ceremony wrapped up the first day of Apple's 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference, where executives show developers what they can expect from Apple's software engineers in the coming months.
Tasks is Google's new to-do list app that works with Gmail and Google Calendar.
For the past couple of decades, there have been two heavy hitters in terms of presentation software: Microsoft's PowerPoint and Apple's Keynote.
Things 3 is may be an expensive way to get organized, but its clean design and easy-to-use interface makes it worth the money.
Previously, these apps cost up to $19.99.
Microsoft Teams, the company's counterattack on $3.8 billion Slack, launches today.
Slack launches threaded conversations as it works to get better for enterprise customers.
$5 billion Atlassian is paying $425 million for Trello, a beloved productivity app with 19 million users
Atlassian is buying Trello for $425 million.