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Most people use their iPads and other mobile devices to call, send SMS, take photos, play games, and get social network updates. Actually, these devices can also serve as organizers to keep items arranged and sorted out. There are many applications that are developed to help students, businessmen, housewives, or even ordinary people to keep track of their daily schedules and activities. Below are some of the best iPad applications for keeping things organized. # 1 – Things Price: $9.99 For: iPad, iPhone, iPod touch This application comes with a simple and basic interface that makes it easy for users to navigate through the menus. It has a to-do list that can be checked off once the task is done. It also automatically displays the task based on its time and date so users will never miss any scheduled activities or work for the day. Things has tag and filter options for quick task viewing. # 2 – reQall Price: Free For: iPad, iPhone, iPod touch There is no more reason for users to forget their daily tasks with the use of this application. It can store to-do items and save ideas using text or voice recording. It organizes saved tasks and activities based on time, date, and location. Users also have the option to create their own categories and tags. This application notifies users of the things they need to do in a particular place at a certain time. # 3 – Evernote Price: Free For: iPad, iPhone, iPod touch The application makes it possible for users to sync their notes from various devices and computers. It is also capable of recording notes and tasks. Notes and reminders can be organized through tags and notebooks, and shared via email, Twitter, and Facebook. This app has been recognized by the New York Times as one of the must-have applications. # 4 – CardMunch – Business Card Reader by LinkedIn Price: Free For: iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (4th generation), iPad 2 Wi-Fi, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad (3rd generation), iPad Wi-Fi + 4G Business owners and entrepreneurs can definitely benefit a lot from this application. It is capable of organizing business cards by converting them to the user’s stored contacts. Users can view LinkedIn profiles, work background, common connections, and other important details. Developers have now improved its ability to capture business cards easily and quickly. It uses a sleek interface and has good visual appeal.
Matt is a technology enthusiast, particularly surrounding smartphones and Apple products. Living in the UK, Matt passionately follows all of the latest news on Apple from across the globe.