3 Free Android Apps For Evolving Procrastinators

What’s an evolving procrastinator?

Let’s just say it’s a way to mention those who dream of having the good, organized life yet has the desire that’s as massive to sleep all day or toss and turn while scrolling down through endless tweets and Instagram posts.

One day, this person wakes up and realizes how his life has rolled down to a deep hole of waste. “I gotta change, create the new me.” Dum dum dum!

These applications will help you in managing your time and notifying you for particular tasks. They do the things that will keep you from falling into this ecstasy-like bad habit.

1. TimeTune

Have you ever wondered how come some people seem to be able to do plenty of things in a single day while your time slips through your fingers?

Start kicking off your frustrating procrastinating habit by planning your routine with this routine schedule planner app.

I’ve used this application for months and I rated it 5 stars because I personally didn’t find any flaw in this application. It never crashes, easy to use, and the user interface is stunning.You literally can use TimeTune as a daily task reminder, student calendar, timetable planner, routine schedule organizer, productivity habit tool, daily time manager or daily planner. Also, we can enable the homescreen widget for free, by which we can view our next activities directly from the homescreen. Awesome!

It allows you to customize the widget: adjust the opacity, set the background color, anything you like.
Ever since I used this application, I become more organized as I know what activity will come next. Time never stops with this application. It rushes you. “Get up, your breakfast time is over! Next, watch Netflix!”

2. SplenDO

I choose SplenDO because it’s light and simple. It focuses on simplicity and provides great user experience.
It never crashes and allows you to add tasks in a batch mode or add a quick task with the quick task bar and group the tasks, by which you can add multiple tasks in one touch for the same deadline and category. Lots of customizing options are provided.

I use this app to write down my grocery shopping list, too!

Despite the simplicity, SplenDO needs to be able to edit multiple tasks and move them to a selected group, or edit deadline for multiple tasks. I haven’t found that available in this app. Is it possible?

3. Forest

Get off your phone and plant trees! It claims to be the best cure for phone addiction. I think Forest is the best stay-away-from-your-phone app because it produces something as we let go of our baby gadget, a tree. It’s pretty challenging.

Set the duration. How long do you want to stay away from my phone? 20 minutes? Then, for 20 minutes you must not leave the app to let your tree grow. Otherwise, your tree will wither away.
As the description says :

With this interesting mechanism, the sense of achievement and responsibility will drive our users to stay away from their phone with no pain.


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