It is not easy to stay on top of all your to-do lists, errands and the many files you need to look for. Luckily, in the world of tech we are in now, we can say there’s an app for that. If you are looking at ways to stay organized or get a hold of your busy life, you’ve come to the right place. From prioritizing projects and scheduling to storing all your lightbulb moments, we have found the best apps that can make managing your day-to-day much easier. Say goodbye to all the scrap paper or little post-its you stick on your wall which eventually falls and get overlooked. Make life sail smoothly by downloading these helpful and productive apps ahead.

1. Evernote

Do you ever have have that lightbulb moment, that moment when you have an amazing idea but you didn’t have the right app for that right time? With Evernote, fret not, you will not have to worry anymore. It lets you capture screenshots, texts, pictures, spreadsheets, lins. This app lets you store it for you to check later. If you are wondering what makes it different from your ‘Notes’ on your phone, well, this one is in fact, searchable and taggable. I use Evernote before, and I like that you can use it on my phone and on my web’s browser and all is saved in the cloud. Simply add tags on it so when you ever need to check the app, you just simply search for it. It’s like having a notebook in class and you stick bookmarks or stickers on it. That’s how I see it anyway.

2. GoogleCalendar

Want to give Google Calendar a try? Open calendar.google.com. This one is great for you when you need some organization in your life and a way to keep track of your own personal goals. See your calendar in different ways, by the day or in a three-day view. Add a goal and Google will prompt and remind you about it. When you add events, you can share your calendar with others. You can make it completely public, and it is great for work and also for studies. An example that I personally like, is that when I book a flight, it goes to my Gmail, and from that, it automatically goes to my Google Calendar.

3. Wunderlist

Wunderlist helps you organize and schedule all your to-dos from one device to another. Do you have deadlines and tasks? Let this app remind you about the due dates. Checking your lists only takes a swipe away. You can even share your tasks with your colleagues to collaborate and even save articles and links to view later. Wunderlist allows you to attach files, comments and notes so you won’t miss out on anything anymore. For personal use, planning a holiday, your itineraries, sharing a shopping list with your spouse, or managing a dinner party. Remain up to date on your tasks and avoid delays.

4. Simplemind

Have you ever scribbled ideas on a piece of paper and drawn lines between related thoughts? I usually do this when I brainstorm and try to cultivate ideas. Traditionally, you write on a blank piece of paper and start drawing lines to branch out all your thoughts. With Simplemind, you get to do just that, with a little twist. You can drag, arrange, and edit all the information you have easily. You can insert images for a presentation that you have to give. Save your document so you can edit, or save it in PDF, text or PNG formats.

5. Dropbox

Dropbox is easily one of the best cloud storage out there. On your computer, this app runs in the background and automatically keeps your file in sync. If your computer crashes, you will always have your files backed up online. It is pretty much just like having the same folder on all your computers and mobile phone at the same time. On your computer, you don’t have to manually upload or download files in your Dropbox folder anymore. Picture yourself in an important meeting but you don’t have your flash drive with you. The horror! You’ll be relieved that you can just access your Dropbox for it.