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Five apps to organise your life

01 September 2015

Organise your daily life with this selection of apps designed to keep you on top of everything, whether its your diary, clothes or even your stocks.

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Start your day off firmly on the right foot with these beautifully designed apps

Day One

This is for anyone who used to keep a diary but has fallen out of the habit. Day One is an elegant journal application that is completely searchable. Writing on this is a breeze. Take photos, log your location and send entries to  contacts all from within the app. £2.99, iOS


Start your day off firmly on the right foot with this beautifully designed app and its simple yet effective tools. Info on weather, reminders, news and calendar appointments. Avid amateur traders can also check their stock portfolio if the wish. £1.99, iOS


Evernote is an app to store and organize everything so that you never forget anything. You can sync anything that you store in Evernote across all of your devices. Collect text, photos, web addresses and other information you want to refer to later. Free, iOS, Android


With the Cloth app you simply snap a photo of what you're wearing and organize it into a dress category such as evening or wedding. Then, when you are trying to find something to wear you can go through your digital closet to recall what to wear and when. Free, iOS, Android

Idea Organizer

Had a brilliant idea? The Idea Organizer app lets you jot down ideas that you have and then organize them so you can return to them at a later date. The app also features Dropbox backup and password protection along with a voice memo recording feature. £1.49, iOS

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