8 Apps to Get You Organized


If you are like me, you have a million tasks to complete everyday between work and personal life. Sometimes it is hard to keep track of all the notes you have to take and figure out a way to keep everything organized. Bizbash created a great list of 8 apps to help get you organized and keep your creative juices flowing.


1. Over: The Apple app for adding text and artwork to your photos. You can edit the photos and add custom fonts and text for the perfect caption. The app also allows users to share the photo via email, text, social media, and as a postcard!

  • a. Cost: $1.99
  • b. Rating: 4.5 Stars


2. Snagit: A screen-capturing system. With one click, users can capture images, Web pages, or articles, and then add effects such as text, arrows, or highlighting. There’s also a blur tool to hide parts of the image. All of the captured images are saved to a library and can be searched by date, Web site, or keyword. Images can be shared via email, Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, and more.


3. Tapose: An Apple app that lets users create journals, collaborate, and share documents. Users can take notes while incorporating pictures, images, audio, video, and free-form drawings. The app is made to look like a journal with two independent screens so users can have an image open on one while taking notes on the other. Collaboration can be done in real time, or users can share journals as PDF files through email, Evernote, and Dropbox.


4. Vobox: An apple app that allows users to share 30 second voice clips. Share your clips via social media or send private messages via text and email. Users can also follow other “voices” to stay up to date with family, friends, and businesses.

  • a. Cost: Free
  • b. Rating: Not yet Rated


5. Skitch: An Apple app that allows users to instantly capture inspiration when it hits. Snap a picture of whatever sparked an idea and use the app to mark notes directly on it.

  • a. Cost: Free
  • b. Rating: 4 Stars


6. iAnnotate: Intended for use with iPads, iAnnotate provides a variety of tools to add notes to images, PDF files, Word documents, and PowerPoint slide shows. Annotation can be added as text or voice notes, and there are tools for highlighting, underlining, and strike-through. Files can be shared through Dropbox, Google Drive, and other cloud-based services.


7. Cycloramic: An Apple app that makes an iPhone spin 360 degrees to take panoramic photos and video. The app operates hands-free with an iPhone5 or in guided mode on other iOS devices. The app also features editing tools, filters, and sharing capabilities

  • a. Cost: $1.99
  • b. Rating: 2.5 Stars


8. SpeakingPhoto: An Apple app that allows users to add as many as 30 seconds of voice notes to a photo. Multiple photos can be compiled into a storyboard and then saved to the camera roll or shared via email, Facebook, or YouTube.

  • a. Cost: Free
  • b. Rating: Not Yet Rated

Source: http://www.bizbash.com/iphone-ipad-app-allows-users-add-artistic-text-artwork/gallery/119691